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
Ten years on, it is possible to see how flawed reactions to the financial crisis caused problems we are still living with
If only Tharoor had said "we might become a Hindu Israel" instead, he would have run into no such trouble
The most worrying aspect of the fecklessness is the consistent mishandling of Kashmir
It appears that Dow Jones has dropped the storied conglomerate GE - which has had a very disappointing few years and in fact decades - from its "industrial average" index the world's most widely watch
A digital revolution in MSMEs' access to credit might accelerate growth and prosperity - if policymakers focus on simplicity, access, and human capital
Any attempt to put the Hindutva genie back in its bottle will require at the very least sustained and determined opposition to it
An alliance, or even a tacit agreement that is to appear principled must work to develop a common vision
DNF is short for "did not finish". There is no more potent criticism of a book, of course, than to admit that you did not finish it
The government has missed a golden opportunity to reduce the impact of high oil prices on India's political economy - and may now pay a price
There are essentially two real reasons why the Karnataka result will actually be revealing in terms of that big question, whether Modi's BJP is yet beatable.
Death is never final in the comic-book universe. But those who died in Harry Potter - an equally fantastical world, surely! - are definitely not coming back
One thing's become clear during the SC hearings: the government has over-reached massively, and deceived the people of India