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Board exams 2021 cancelled — Are we better without them?
What purpose does a 10th-grade certificate serve beyond being a proof of age and identity?
Wide Angle: Loud Optics, Tepid Delivery
With the second wave, the construct of an infallible strongman is seeing cracks.
India's US-Russia Quagmire Part II
It is essential for India to take a stance before it starts losing both of its vital allies.
The Untenable Promise of Job Quotas for Locals
Amidst escalated farmer tensions, this dole is politically timed to save face for the coalition in the upcoming Panchayat elections.
IPL And The New Indian 'Virtue Signalling' Express
The problem is not with the IPL. The problem is the wealth that comes with it.
India’s US-Russia Quagmire Part I
India trailing on both sides has repercussions to it and attracts reprimand from either side.
Forest Fires Are Ravaging The Country. The Time To Act Is Now
In just three months between November 2020 and January 2021, 470 incidents of fires were recorded.
In A Time of Crisis, Odisha Shows The Way Forward
Even as it tackles the virus within its borders, Odisha has extended a helpful hand outside.
Bengal Retold: How The Congress Laid Waste To India's Greatest State (1947-67)
Bengal's political history from 1947-67 is a case in point to understand its current landscape and put things in perspective.
Wide Angle: India’s Rocky Roads to Growth
A solely dole and welfare-oriented approach has not worked for India, and a purely investment-growth model is unlikely to do so either.
A New Vision For Indo-Israeli Relations (Part-II)
There is enough assurance that relations between India and Israel are headed in an upward direction.
Wide Angle: Ayodhya May Not Be The Only Temple Defining The Future Of The BJP
State control of temples isn’t an issue contained to a state. In Uttarakhand, the govt. recently announced the takeover of several shrines.
A New Vision For Indo-Israeli Relations
One of the main tenets of India’s foreign policy is formation of partnerships with countries that hold similar views.
2021 Will Spell The Future For Hindutva
The 2021 elections serve as an opportunity to reach out to the two remaining parts of India where the saffron flag has not been unfurled.
Wide Angle: The Coalition Conundrum
One must not forget, in 2019, Rahul Gandhi chose to skip Mamata Banerjee’s United India Rally, attended by the who’s who of Indian politics.
'Retold': A Fresh Effort At Understanding Our Political Past
It is unfortunate that promising young minds drawing half-baked conclusions from partially read articles has become a common sight.