- There's no sign of challenge to Xi: China scholar Manoranjan Mohanty
- Why people are choosing state-run schools over private ones in UK
- 'Not possible for all to get government jobs', says Shivraj Singh Chouhan
- BJP doesn't practise what it preaches: MP Minister Ramkrishna Kusmaria
- I always try to communicate beyond what is 'visual', says Sabeena Karnik
- Radio will continue to morph and adapt via mobile platforms: Arvind Singhal
- Federal front can become a reality, Congress should help: Akhilesh Yadav
- Create off-farm jobs to reduce agri stress: Bharat Krishak Samaj chairman
- Our party will lay out people's vision, says Congress MP Rajeev Gowda
- What exactly are geographical indications and who can apply for GI status?
March 16, 2019, Saturday
There is a clear sign that China wishes to raise the relations with India to a higher level, says Mohanty
March 03, 2019, Sunday
The state schools are now very good and have improved massively in the last decade, says UK-based educationist Stevens
February 23, 2019, Saturday
There was no such thing like farmer dissatisfaction during our regime because if this had existed we would not have won a seat ...
February 16, 2019, Saturday
If the BJP had ruled for 15 years, why did they not deal with the Naxals in such a long time, asks Madhya Pradesh cabinet ...
January 28, 2019, Monday
In a Q&A, the noted paper quilling artist, whose works include an Independence Day Google Doodle and a miniature Mysore Palace ...
January 20, 2019, Sunday
Singhal, one of the main researchers behind popular edutainment show Main Kuch Bhi Kar Sakti Hoon, tells Shubhomoy Sikdar that ...
January 19, 2019, Saturday
Yadav at his Lucknow office and spoke about the prospects of this gathbandhan and whether the Congress could be a part of it in ...
December 22, 2018, Saturday
How climate change will affect Indian farming in the future and the solutions the government should think about, on the ground
December 15, 2018, Saturday
The Congress governments in the three states will have to focus on welfare measures for those who have suffered the brunt of ...
December 09, 2018, Sunday
Latha Nair, partner at K&S Partners, examines what constitutes a GI tag and what the gaps in the Indian GI law are
December 02, 2018, Sunday
Movements like #MeToo should develop in conceptual directions that actually challenge the status quo rather than reinforce the ...
November 24, 2018, Saturday
BJP has set a target of 200 seats and I am sure that we will win more than that, says Chouhan
November 18, 2018, Sunday
The biggest problem in India is the marginalisation that comes with our caste system
November 10, 2018, Saturday
Unfortunately, it is quite often the lack of capacity of states that has come in the way of panchayats raising their own revenues
October 28, 2018, Sunday
'When Q&A became Slumdog Millionaire and won the Oscars, the very first thing I received was a letter from Pranab Mukherjee, ...
October 14, 2018, Sunday
'We have to prove that we are capable of retaining our governments and we are returning to power after the Lok Sabha polls,' said ...
October 12, 2018, Friday
Sarah Lyall speaks to Haruki Murakami on the writing life, his fantastical new novel and the joys of the mundane
September 29, 2018, Saturday
Right now, there is so much Islamophobia and fear of 'the other', because we do not know about the traditions, customs and ...
September 22, 2018, Saturday
Support to a candidate for a constitutional position, or to some key decisions in national interest does not imply that the BJD ...
August 16, 2018, Thursday
Simple non-legislative changes in the way government schools function can help improve learning outcomes