2016: The Supreme Court’s report card

Suhrith Parthasarthy The Supreme Court finds itself at a curious juncture. It has spent much of the year lodged in a widely broadcast battle with the Union government over... Read more »

The world caught in Net, enabled for learning!

Sanjay Kaul It’s only a matter of a few years when on-line education becomes the most sought-after mode in the world. Age will no longer be a barrier and... Read more »

Trump’s nuke rhetoric: New proliferation threat

Manan Dwivedi With US President-Elect Donald Trump attempting to expand the ambit of the nuclear capability of Washington and Russia intending to build up forces, the possibility of the... Read more »

Govt tough on separatists

Fed up with the ongoing Kashmir valley unrest, the state government decided to tighten the noose around the separatists and in this regard police department taken the coalition partners... Read more »

No closure to Nirbhaya’s agony

Shreya Kedia Justice in the shocking case remains half-done, four years down the line. Such delays lead to erosion of people’s faith in the efficacy of the judiciary. This... Read more »

A revival from below

Adnan Farooqui The Congress party’s performance in the 2014 general election was by far its worst-ever, both in terms of seat and vote shares. Since 1989 at least, the... Read more »

Tel Aviv on tenterhooks

Vijay Prashad On December 23, the United States Ambassador to the UN abstained on UN Security Council resolution 2334, which condemned Israel’s settlement activity in the occupied territory of... Read more »

Militants escapes from encounter site

Fleeing of two Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militants from the cordon area is a matter of grave concern as already they injured two army men during a gun battle between them... Read more »