- Borrowings by states drop 3% in April-August FY19 to Rs 1.32 trillion
- In relief for FPIs, Sebi issues revised KYC norms, eligibility process
- Reliance Jio, Star sign deal for India cricket telecast on JioTV, Hotstar
- India calls off talks with Pak, says 'true face of PM Imran Khan revealed'
- Fitch raises India's GDP forecast to 7.8% from 7.4% for FY19
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September 20, 2018, Thursday | Current Affairs
The bench asked the Maharashtra police to file their case diary pertaining to the ongoing investigation in the case by September 24
September 12, 2018, Wednesday | Current Affairs
The court adjourned the hearing after it was submitted that senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who is representing the petitioners, was busy in another court
August 31, 2016, Wednesday | Beyond Business
The authors of the three essays that constitute this book do not make any bones about why they came together at this juncture. They think the notion of nationalism has been contorted under the National Democratic Alliance to serve a political ...
March 20, 2016, Sunday | Current Affairs
The title of the series will be 'Azadi: Different Meanings of Freedom' and it will begin on March 21
December 09, 2015, Wednesday | Beyond Business
The real essence of a public intellectual: Someone who acts to create a public in which her role will become redundant and unnecessary
November 27, 2015, Friday | Current Affairs
The Indian Express reported from govt sources as saying that Sudershan was unhappy over the denial of an honorarium of Rs 1.5 lakh a month
October 29, 2015, Thursday | Current Affairs
Romila Thapar is among the 53 historians who came out strongly against Modi for not making any reassuring statement following security concerns
September 12, 2015, Saturday | Current Affairs
Scholars and historians fear that the central government's plan to 'revamp' Nehru Memorial Museum and Library would dilute its academic character
September 04, 2015, Friday | Opinion
In this awful 'Age of Arnab', when the airwaves are dominated by one tawdry saga after another, I have mostly been able to escape television by going out to dinner
November 03, 2014, Monday | Opinion
This refers to the excerpts from the Third Nikhil Chakravartty Memorial Lecture delivered by Romila Thapar "The narrowing of the liberal space is upon us again" (Opinion, November 2). The following sentence in Thapar's lecture needs to be discussed ...
November 01, 2014, Saturday | Opinion
The neo-liberal culture and economy cannot be easily changed but its ill-effects can be reduced, provided we are clear that society must be rooted in the rights of the citizen to resources, to welfare
October 13, 2014, Monday | Opinion
You know it's winter in Delhi when the breeze is scented with the smell of woodsmoke and burning leaves, and when the talk turns, as it does these days, to the question of which books are ripe for burning.Subramanian Swamy, BJP leader, had a few ...
June 02, 2014, Monday | Current Affairs
Don't include chapter on my life says PM Modi even as his HRD minister seeks to introduce ancient Hindu texts in school curriculum
April 14, 2014, Monday | Opinion
In 2003, a study asked 569 college students what their memories of 9/11 were. Seventy-three per cent "remembered" seeing television footage of the first plane crash into the north tower of the World Trade Centre; so did the neuroscientist Karim ...
August 14, 2012, Tuesday | Opinion
The price Raja Rammohan Roy paid in the early 19th century for expressing his views on Hinduism and sati was not minor. His mother ostracised the Brahmo reformer, and declared that he should not be allowed to inherit family property because he was ...
October 02, 2010, Saturday | Opinion
Though religion is no longer the hot topic, the government should be on its guard
March 17, 2009, Tuesday | Opinion
A question of learning
April 12, 2008, Saturday | Opinion
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May 16, 2007, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
Disturbed by the arrest of a student of Maharaj Sayajirao University in Vadodara, academicians Deepak Nayyar and Romila Thapar have urged President APJ Abdul Kalam to take action through the governor