The concern for protecting environment is understandable; but should there be unconcern for the rule of law and benefits to 14 lakh commuters? Recently There was widespread agitation in Mumbai against the location of the maintenance shed for the Mumbai Metro-3 project at the government-owned Aarey Milk property. There was the
The smooth passage of the bill repealing Article 370 and 35A in both the houses of Parliament marks an important watershed in the country’s evolution. The move was well-planned and executed. A few thousand troops were sent to Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) in advance. Tourists, including Amarnath yatris and students from
It has been customary for the Prime Minister to present in his Independence day address a report on the performance and programmes of his government. Narendra Modi, bolstered by the stability of his government, has been looking ahead at major reforms and announces new schemes in his Independence Day addresses.
India's world cup dreams lay shattered by one rank bad performance by what was otherwise a clinically sharp display. India lost because they were becoming arrogant and full of themselves. They lost because they were attributing everything good to one man, just as has been the practice in politics in recent
There should be great relief over the lengthy election process coming to an end. The relief is for a large number of political parties, thousands of candidates, the Election Commission and of course, to the public. Spread over two months, especially during the sweltering heat of summer, the process appeared