Why it is no longer taboo to talk of this in Britain
Chit funds need smarter, not tighter, regulation
Institutionalising a mandatory process of consultation and dialogue would democratise not just law-making, but the state itself
It is heartening that the draft children's policy includes needs of those with disabilities
Delhi must focus on honestly discussing serious differences, and finding practical solutions
My aspiring, ambitious corporate friends on fast-track careers are in a great hurry to reach the top.
Individuals and issues that are making and faking news
In the drawing rooms of Lahore last week I met old friends who told me that I had become a hate object in the eyes of the ‘liberals’ they knew in India.
In the collegium to select a new member of the National Human Rights Commission, Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj disagreed with the majority’s choice of Justice Cyriac Joseph.
Indian news channels have a thing for cacophony
For him, Hollywood was the club to which he was denied entry
Fans need to be angry and BCCI needs to reach out to them
Nawaz Sharif will return as prime minister for the third time.
Intellectual property litigation is not a binary battle between the rights-holder and the infringer. It involves larger issues of public interest. The Delhi University photocopier case underlines this
The Chinese have put India on notice. Can India raise its game?
History reminds us that without China’s support, Pakistan could not have easily become a nuclear weapon power.