Patel appreciated some RSS attributes. But he was not in favour of letting the organisation penetrate the state apparatus.
The strength of Mandela’s moral authority and the tenacity of his resolve ensured South Africa’s successful transition.
Nelson Mandela did not transform the economy or eradicate poverty. He did something bigger — he unified South Africa and steered it away from conflict.
There are apprehensions with regard to the agreement in the Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia.
'For macroeconomic stability, you need political credibility... that's exactly what the general election should bring'
Sergrei Guriev, a top Russian economist, was rector of Moscow’s New Economic School until he resigned on April 30, 2013 and moved to France.
In both China and Japan, the risk of conflict has grown with rising nationalism
The impending demolition of the Campa Cola complex is an opportunity to ask why illegal housing is the norm in Mumbai, for the middle class and the poor
Meanwhile, DD National exhumes an old show for prime time.
Saraswati was framed because he had “developed enemies in the secular establishment.
The CBI needs to be strengthened by reforms in recruitment, training and investigative techniques.
The Eurozone needs to embark on monetary and fiscal expansion as well as institutional reform. But for both, it needs Germany to cooperate.
As he travels through Northeast Asia this week, US Vice President Joe Biden has a big problem.
An article in the People’s Democracy points out that both the US and Europe subsidise their agriculture massively.
Most of them are so invested in the political system they are a product of that they are unwilling to disturb the status quo.
The proposed amendment to the Juvenile Justice Act ignores international obligations and principles of criminal law.
The Iranian nuclear deal is a mistake that will come back to haunt.