Edits & Columns

Unequal progress

Ireland may have legalised gay marriage, but continues to fail its women on abortion rights

Unequal progress

Column: The billion-subscribers club

India’s telecom revolution is largely predicated on the sector’s independent regulator

Column: The billion-subscribers club

Column: Infrastructure – Asia’s new battleground

China-Japan competition over infrastructure in Asia symbolises a strategic conflict among world-powers

Column: Infrastructure – Asia’s new battleground

Infratweets: Villages to get smart, too

According to the Central Electricity Authority, combined stocks of thermal coal at 100 power plants reached a new record of 29.8 million metric tonnes.

Infratweets: Villages to get smart, too

Sitting on a gold mine

While socio-cultural elements largely determine whether Indians use gold for savings or investment, the new monetisation scheme has potential

Sitting on a gold mine

Why Delhi must remain a UT

The demand for full statehood portends a policy and politics of unending chaos and anarchy

Why Delhi must remain a UT

Editorial: Tackling tax terror

Good idea to link promotions to tax collectability

Editorial: Tackling tax terror

Editorial: Making mining attractive

Keep the imposts down to the minimum

Editorial: Making mining attractive

Nash’s Equilibrium

John Nash’s legacy lives on as much in his works on partial differential equations as in game theory

Nash’s Equilibrium

Column: Engines revving, but yet to take off

The first year of the Modi govt was disappointing for Indian aviation, but hopes remain high

Column: Engines revving, but yet to take off

Letters to the editor

Pay heed to rising farm distress

Letters to the editor

Who really governs Delhi?

While the LG is right to use his authority once he discovers that his orders are being wilfully defied, his duty is to serve the people through the CM

Who really governs Delhi?

Section 66A judgment: A victory for intermediaries

The judgment brings intermediary liability in India in line with the international position, and should encourage e-commerce start-ups

Section 66A judgment: A victory for intermediaries

Getting a fix on India’s real growth rate

In late January and early February, when the Central Statistical Office (CSO) announced revised figures of India’s real GDP growth rate...

Getting a fix on India’s real growth rate

Column: From Plate to Plough – Modi’s 5 hits, and one big miss!

The govt should carry out immediate reforms in agriculture, or the sector will become its Achilles heel

Column: From Plate to Plough – Modi’s 5 hits, and one big miss!

Editorial: Walking on hot coals

Government just has to free up electricity pricing

Editorial: Walking on hot coals

Column: Empowering women through cash transfers

Unconditional cash transfers could transform the lives of women and make them more assertive

Column: Empowering women through cash transfers

Editorial: On and off FDI rules

Delhi High Court will force govt to clarify its policy

Editorial: On and off FDI rules

Letters to the editor

Allow active euthanasia

Letters to the editor

Avoid panic on pulses

The government should let the private trade take initiative to import, process and distribute pulses

Opinion News

Graft Craft

Making doing business in India easier can curb corporate graft

Graft Craft

Evaluating the risk factors of FY16

We are on the precipice of a recovery, especially in investment and industry, and stable extraneous conditions are necessary

Evaluating the risk factors of FY16

P Chidambaram: How long can hot air keep balloon afloat?

In the elections held in 2014, the Congress lost and Mr Narendra Modi won, and I say that advisedly. No one remembers the promises made in the BJP’s manifesto or what the party’s then tall leaders

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Inside track

O Panneerselvam is set to be rewarded for being the perfect replacement chief minister in Tamil Nadu, unlike some other proxies like Jitan Manjhi in Bihar.

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Rickie Fowler: The king of cool

Tiger Woods made golf ‘cool’ and now Rickie Fowler—with his street style, loud colours and flat-billed baseball cap—is breaking down the last of golf’s fuddy duddy connotations. And he’s g

Rickie Fowler News

Editorial: Arun Jaitley sets the tone

Investors now need to see action on govt plans

Editorial: Arun Jaitley sets the tone
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