2014 was a watershed year for Indian polity when people voted for dramatic change. Will 2015 redefine Indian society?
The recent mass murder of innocent children in Peshawar is the result of Pakistan’s own policy of driving wedges between various sects of Islam. And there are lessons in it for India, too
Recent events have caught policy makers napping at a time when e-commerce is being touted as the next big revolution in the Indian marketplace. Voters have accepted technology. Can governments afford to fall way behind?
Hate utterances by senior party members may be a strategic tool for BJP’s electoral ambitions. But, there is a need to reign them in as they threaten to overshadow Modi’s development focus
The HRD Ministry’s rush to replace German with Sanskrit in central schools shows the government’s ham-handedness in dealing with the sensitive issue of languages that impacts children