Opinion: The 2 Big Political Implications Of The Ayodhya Verdict

Opinion: The 2 Big Political Implications Of The Ayodhya Verdict

Swati Chaturvedi | Saturday November 09, 2019

The Modi government, with a little help from the Supreme Court, has now delivered on two promises on its agenda - ending special status to Jammu and Kashmir and a Ram temple.

Opinion: We Need Action, Not Meditation In Foreign Lands - By Yashwant Sinha

Opinion: We Need Action, Not Meditation In Foreign Lands - By Yashwant Sinha

Yashwant Sinha | Wednesday November 06, 2019

We urgently need a young leader who is prepared to go out there and fight the forces of evil.

Opinion: Yes Bank, Cut The Loose Talk And Close This Rescue

Opinion: Yes Bank, Cut The Loose Talk And Close This Rescue

Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Tuesday November 05, 2019

In early September, CEO Ravneet Gill told Reuters that Yes was in "fairly advanced level of talks" with a top global technology company for a stake sale.

Blog: Why Arvind Kejriwal's Odd-Even Plan Is Completely Fake

Blog: Why Arvind Kejriwal's Odd-Even Plan Is Completely Fake

IP Bajpai | Monday November 04, 2019

It's petty politics and not fighting pollution. That is why Delhi NCR and much of north India is struggling to breathe. And all the players are equally to blame as they try, cleverly (or so they think), and pass the buck. Add to the cauldron a Delhi election around the corner and you can be sure it isn't concern for your health that is driving the politics of fighting...

Opinion: Delhi's 'Pink Ticket' Scheme Is More Than Just A Free Bus Ride

Opinion: Delhi's 'Pink Ticket' Scheme Is More Than Just A Free Bus Ride

Atishi | Sunday November 03, 2019

Last week, the Delhi Government rolled out a travel scheme that offers free rides to women in over 5,500 state-run buses in the national capital. This decision by the AAP government has the potential to transform the socio-economic status of women in our society, with increased access to public spaces and improved participation in the workforce, Atishi writes.

Blog: In Delhi's Air Pollution Emergency, What Changed And What Didn't

Blog: In Delhi's Air Pollution Emergency, What Changed And What Didn't

Chetan Bhattacharji | Friday November 01, 2019

Declaring a "public health emergency" in Delhi and its neighbouring area is unprecedented. However, doctors like Dr Arvind Kumar of Lung Care Foundation, have been demanding this for some time now.

Opinion: Opinion: A Bold Decision In Bangkok Trade Talks Will Shore Up Brand Modi

Opinion: Opinion: A Bold Decision In Bangkok Trade Talks Will Shore Up Brand Modi

The Editors, Bloomberg | Wednesday October 30, 2019

At this stage in its development, India needs more trade, not less. As country after country in East Asia has demonstrated.

Opinion: If India Story Isn't Dead, It's Certainly On Life Support

Opinion: If India Story Isn't Dead, It's Certainly On Life Support

Mihir Sharma, Bloomberg | Tuesday October 29, 2019

The Indian economy is facing a perfect storm, beset by a combination of cyclical and structural factors that makes recovery doubly difficult.

Opinion: Opinion: The Modi Appeal Is Intact; The Chief Ministers Should Worry BJP

Opinion: Opinion: The Modi Appeal Is Intact; The Chief Ministers Should Worry BJP

Dr R. Balashankar | Saturday October 26, 2019

The BJP can console itself with the thought that after a full five-year term, people have reposed their faith in the party and it has retained power. This is, however, only a part of the story.

Opinion: Survival Tips For India's Opposition In The Modi Era

Opinion: Survival Tips For India's Opposition In The Modi Era

Mihir Swarup Sharma | Friday October 25, 2019

Remember: the Opposition did not win these elections. So it should not celebrate. It has a long, hard road back to relevance. But these elections show that if it thinks small, acts locally, and is responsive to those of its workers who have remained loyal, it may yet survive the Modi era.