Opinion | ABCD Of Coalition Government: Where Do We Go From Here?

Opinion | ABCD Of Coalition Government: Where Do We Go From Here?

Nishtha Gautam | Thursday June 13, 2024

First things first: coalition governments are the norm not an anomaly for India. The history dates back to the pre-independence years.

Opinion | IITs And Women: It's Not A Question Of Merit, But Access

Opinion | IITs And Women: It's Not A Question Of Merit, But Access

Bharti Mishra Nath | Thursday June 13, 2024

The number of female enrolments in IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) more than tripled from just 995 in 2017 to 3,411 in 2023.

Opinion | Will Coalition Rule Affect India's 'Independent' Foreign Policy?

Opinion | Will Coalition Rule Affect India's 'Independent' Foreign Policy?

Syed Zubair Ahmed | Wednesday June 12, 2024

It is possible we may see a more assertive foreign policy in Modi's third term, in which India's stance on big global issues will be better articulated. But to expect India to mediate between warring parties may still be a step too far.

Opinion | How Much Impact Did CAA Have On West Bengal Results? A Closer Look

Opinion | How Much Impact Did CAA Have On West Bengal Results? A Closer Look

Jayanta Bhattacharya | Wednesday June 12, 2024

It is too early to dismiss the political implications of the CAA. The verdict, however, indicates that the CAA had a marginal impact on the outcome in West Bengal.

Opinion | Modi 3.0 Should Be Committed To Bold Reforms

Opinion | Modi 3.0 Should Be Committed To Bold Reforms

Bibek Debroy, Aditya Sinha | Wednesday June 12, 2024

The BJP government should be committed to bold reforms and process improvements, ensuring that the inefficiencies of past coalition politics are not repeated.

Opinion | Hindu Consolidation, LDF Rout: How The Lotus Bloomed In Kerala

Opinion | Hindu Consolidation, LDF Rout: How The Lotus Bloomed In Kerala

Anand Kochukudy | Tuesday June 11, 2024

The BJP managed to raise its vote share in all the constituencies it contested in 2024, except Pathanamthitta (Malappuram saw a fractional dip).

Book Review | <i>The Dirty Dozen</i>: The Story Of India's 12 Biggest Corporate Defaulters

Book Review | The Dirty Dozen: The Story Of India's 12 Biggest Corporate Defaulters

Sudipto Dey | Tuesday June 11, 2024

N. Sundaresha Subramanian chronicles the travails of the IBC in each of the 'Big Twelve' cases in finding the resolution. In some instances, the journey becomes more important than the destination.

Opinion | Restless In Richmond: Will Rishi Sunak Lose The 'Safest' Seat In UK?

Opinion | Restless In Richmond: Will Rishi Sunak Lose The 'Safest' Seat In UK?

Syed Zubair Ahmed | Tuesday June 11, 2024

Local newspapers have carried out snap interviews with many Tory voters in Richmond and Northallerton. Their yearning for change may not be good news for Sunak.

Opinion | The Three Big Takeaways From Modi 3.0

Opinion | The Three Big Takeaways From Modi 3.0

Amitabh Tiwari | Tuesday June 11, 2024

The mandate rewards the BJP and Modi for the development carried out during the last 10 years, but also places checks and balances.

Opinion | Modi 3.0: What China, Pakistan And Maldives Can Expect

Opinion | Modi 3.0: What China, Pakistan And Maldives Can Expect

Harsh V. Pant | Monday June 10, 2024

A new government in India is taking shape. With a growing economy and a vibrant democracy, New Delhi under a revitalised Modi 3.0 is going to be a critical player on the global stage.

Opinion | Let's Savour The <i>Maidaan</i> Moments Of 2024 Lok Sabha Verdict

Opinion | Let's Savour The Maidaan Moments Of 2024 Lok Sabha Verdict

Mayank Mishra and Vasudha Venugopal | Monday June 10, 2024

The message from voters to politicians, as is evident from upsets and surprises, has been very clear: to use a slightly altered version of the inimitable Steve Jobs' words: stay humble and stay foolish.

Opinion | Verdict 2024 Shows Politics Is Now Deeply Personal For Indians

Opinion | Verdict 2024 Shows Politics Is Now Deeply Personal For Indians

Sanjay Pugalia | Monday June 10, 2024

Going back to the era of coalitions yet again after a 10-year break is a reminder to politicians that they must deliver on their promises in letter and spirit; if not, they will be punished.

Opinion | Modi 3.0: Continuity At The Top Will Add Heft To India's Foreign Policy

Opinion | Modi 3.0: Continuity At The Top Will Add Heft To India's Foreign Policy

Kanwal Sibal | Sunday June 09, 2024

The world has to deal with leaders in power. Whether India will have a stable government and therefore stable policies is of greater importance.

Opinion: For Chandrababu Naidu, An Opportunity To Build A Lasting Legacy

Opinion: For Chandrababu Naidu, An Opportunity To Build A Lasting Legacy

KV Prasad | Sunday June 09, 2024

Nara Chandrababu Naidu is all set to become the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh for the fourth time in three decades. When he assumes office, he will be required to draw upon his vast political and administrative experience.

Blog | Understanding Jailed Leader Engineer Rashid's Win In Kashmir

Blog | Understanding Jailed Leader Engineer Rashid's Win In Kashmir

Nazir Masoodi | Sunday June 09, 2024

Jailed leader Engineer Rashid registered a stunning victory here as an Independent, defeating former chief minister Omar Abdullah by over 2 lakh votes

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