ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846


Sri Lankan politics has a way to go before the democratic gains of the 2015 elections are consolidated.

Seamlessly weaving glamour, sensuousness and spirituality, Radhe Maa has redefined the spirituality market.

Diseases like the H1N1 flu pose major challenges because of the continuing neglect of public health.

The aftermath of the 2004 tsunami has thrown up issues regarding humanitarian funding.

The culture of endless delays by trial courts leads to injustice for victims.

Public broadcasting is ironically now shining the beacon on reasoned debate in the media.

The Government of Telangana has set a dangerous precedent in the manner it has conducted a universal household survey.

Cities are not investment destinations, they are places to live in and they must provide equal access to all.

Inflation targeting is intended to protect the poor, but it does not work that way.

We do not have sound knowledge of urban society and its relation to rural society.

The conclusion of the land boundary agreement with Bangladesh is in India's vital national interest.

The new legal strengthening of anti-trafficking provisions should be followed up by better implementation.

The Leveson Inquiry's recommendations on voluntary regulation of the British press are sensible.

There are defi nite parallels as regards management control of factory labour in colonial and independent India.

Sanjay Reddy writes: An economic solution to the eurozone's ills cannot be found without political legitimacy.