ऊंची कीमत के बाद भी घाटे में क्यों है किसान?
खेतीबाड़ी करने वाला पांच लोगों का एक परिवार एक दिन में 221 रुपए कमाता है जो एक व्यक्ति की न्यूनतम दिहाड़ी मजदूरी से भी ...
PM Modi's Independence Day speech: Call against single-use plastic can be a start
To weed out single-use plastic, India must first define it
महिलाओं ने भारतीय जनता पार्टी को क्यों वोट दिया
2019 के चुनाव ने औरतों की भूमिका को बढ़-चढ़कर रेखांकित किया है। और उन्हें दोबारा फोकस में ला दिया है
How clouds don’t matter when it comes to radar technologies
Recent remarks make one wonder about the efficacy with which important information is ferried to the prime minister, and if he is aware about how …
'Indian elections will always be unpredictable'
For 25 years, economist Ruchir Sharma has travelled the length and breadth of India analysing voting paterns, sociological landscapes and nuances …
What to expect before Modi’s 'maha' deal for farmers
With just four months left for general elections, the Centre's package for farmers, even if cleared, will be partially implemented and left for …
Niti Aayog’s new strategy: A call for growth or acceptance of failure
Celebrating India's 75th year of Independence is a matter of pride, but achieving a "New India" needs more than a textual articulation
Statue of Unity or Statue of Tribal Injustice?
A night before the unveiling of Sardar Patel's statue, actvists, locals and journalists were detained by the police to prevent them from protesting
Can Ayushman Bharat reduce out-of-pocket expenditure?
In poor health part 3: Data shows that most health insurance schemes in India have not provided significant relief to beneficiaries
Why political parties love schemes that benefit individual voters
Popular welfare schemes will be the focus of upcoming elections, but the unilateral focus to provide benefits to individual voter leads to less …
हंसी के पात्र भ्रष्टाचार विरोधी आंदोलन
लगातार दो शासन काल में जिस पैमाने पर जनता के पैसों की लूट हुई है, उसने भ्रष्टाचार विरोधी मुहिमों को असफल साबित कर दिया ...
Ganga's burden of pollutants from Kanpur to Varanasi
A visit to the tanneries in Kanpur and some of the sewage treatment plants and drains along the Ganga reveals the extent of pollution and the …
PM chooses to continue with UPA’s 2013 Land Acquisition Act
A much-elated Opposition said that the government had to give in to popular sentiment
Why the budget must focus on rural India
India is staring at a rural economic crisis. If the budget does not spend on rural India, the nation’s growth will be badly impacted
States get bigger share from Central taxes, freedom to restructure programmes
For the first time, finance commission has recommended giving weightage to forest cover of states for devolving funds
Delhi demands foresight
Amid promises galore by the Aam Aadmi Party , it becomes necessary to examine how it will implement its demanding manifesto and how environmental …
Modi's growth agenda sneaks into Indian Science Congress
The theme of the conference, 'science and technology for human development', struck a chord with scientists. It will be interesting to see if …
What are smart cities?
Smart city may simply mean a place where a smart phone can run all the errands for you. But the Indian urban challenge is not as digital and way …
Vaccine Watch: 5 dead in Serum Institute fire; UAE okays Sputnik
PM likely to be vaccinated in March or April, doctor in Shivamogga dies two days after receiving jab and Israel denies vaccine efficacy fears
Why policies and attitudes towards dogs in India are so wrong
All dogs need love, food and shelter. But the actions of the Indian government and animal rights groups have achieved exactly the opposite
COVID-19: Experts raise privacy concerns about Aarogya Setu app
Prime Minister Modi had asked Indians to register on the app in the fight against coronavirus
पंचायत प्रतिनिधियों से पीएम का संवाद: एक अच्छी पहल, जो सस्ती लोकप्रियता की भेंट चढ़ गयी
उम्मीद यह थी कि इन स्थानीय सरकारों के महत्व का इजहार करते हुए प्रधानमंत्री इन्हें संविधान से मिले हुए अधिकार व शक्तियां दे देंगे
National Board for Wildlife hasn’t met even once since 2014
Experts express dismay over state of affairs, ask how policy-level issues being dealt with
COVID-19 candle plan: Delhi power demand dropped 37% in 25 min
Delhi’s power demand fell down to 1,257 MW at 9:10 pm from 2,008 MW at 8:45 pm on April 5
Delhi elections: Populism’s twin faces
In the Delhi elections, the Aam Aadmi Party may have benefitted from strategic voting by people who wanted to retain its agenda of welfare …