Govt seeks to put re-election above RBI independence, another instance of its failure to manage India's economy properly
In India, we have been somewhat quiet about a war in which a million of our soldiers fought, and 75,000 died
Patriotic Indians feel only one small disappointment: The new leadership of the CBI has so far failed to issue any clean chits
For India, what are the implications of Pakistan having to turn to the IMF again?
In the end the very power of the stories that we are being told must take precedence
What William Nordhaus and Paul Romer's Nobel-winning work means for a growth-hungry India
India may well be a religious country, but that is precisely why we need to avoid criminalising blasphemy, writes Mihir S Sharma
No Lokpal, weakened institutions and stonewalled RTI make it harder to evaluate the govt's actions
Even when faced with a banking crisis, the government has not even attempted to address the root cause of decades of bad loans
Why precisely does this most improbable of creatures, a giant scaly flying fire-breathing beast, have such universal appeal?
Regardless of its relentless propaganda, the fact remains that the government has wasted a great opportunity to boost GDP growth
How should history judge Atal Bihari Vajpayee?
Bangladeshi 'infiltration' is a common bugbear among right-wing politicians in what the Northeast refers to as the 'mainland'
What does it say about Indian law and jurisprudence that a company would prefer to fight a branding battle in the courts rather than through a marketing campaign?
If every book you took with you while travelling was enjoyable, you might accidentally read through them all - and be, once again, faced with the horrifying prospect of actually talking to your family