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Opinion | Reforms to save government schools in Karnataka

29. July 2018 - 16:32
A merger of the department of primary and secondary education with the department of higher education is a golden opportunity to fix the inspection process

Opinion | The data protection bill is far from a finished product

29. July 2018 - 16:23
The B.N. Srikrishna committee’s draft data protection bill gets some things right but fails to impose credible checks and balances on the state

Draft privacy bill and its loopholes

28. July 2018 - 7:20
Though the draft bill addresses various issues plaguing the data ecosystem in India, it falls short on key principles that are at the core of a robust data protection framework

When athletes fall: A summer of defeat

28. July 2018 - 6:32
Examining the complicated, revealing nature of defeat—at once more personal, and more telling than victory

Why the streets of Amsterdam are so joyful

28. July 2018 - 6:06
There is much street joy in Amsterdam, a phenomenon we do not see in India, the republic which is against fun

The death of a dog

27. July 2018 - 12:35
Of all the feelings I could be plagued by in the car, it is jealousy. I am jealous of those who lose their dog to an accident or to the beautiful fiction of a farm

How to enjoy friends, food and a full house

27. July 2018 - 9:06
Sticking to the fast and the familiar, when the weekend’s priorities are friends who are older but not wiser

When Savarkar jumped ship

27. July 2018 - 7:05
Trying to escape British custody, V.D. Savarkar unleashed havoc in international law on French territory

Finland’s sizzling jazz festival where the stars played

27. July 2018 - 6:28
Pori jazz festival’s headliners included Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Alanis Morissette and Mavis Staples

The big power of the peaceful

27. July 2018 - 6:12
Not all battles are fought with physical might and weapons. The real strength is in our mind. In our convictions and our determination to survive with our whole self

Popcorn battles and why I’m ready to give up first day, first show

27. July 2018 - 5:59
The bottom line is that overpriced popcorn subsidizes your multiplex

The salad days of Sunny Leone

27. July 2018 - 5:40
A new series, ‘Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story Of Sunny Leone’, has nothing new or interesting to tell

Naga peace process is also a matter of finance, fiefdom

26. July 2018 - 20:15
There have been repeated overtures by both government proxies and Naga civil society groups to get the NSCN(K) on board since it broke away from a ceasefire in January 2015

How Indians are using information to fight poverty

26. July 2018 - 18:12
The secrecy that petty government officials seek to invoke to appropriate state resources and deny the poor their rightful share of these resources is insidious

What the rise of the craft beer business tells us

26. July 2018 - 18:10
Across India, the community of home brewers is growing and there are at least 100 members across Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and the NCR, says a brewing consultant

Opinion | Difficult days for diversity in the beautiful game

26. July 2018 - 17:41
European football teams are increasingly more representative of their diverse populations

Opinion | Can the multilateral trading system be saved?

26. July 2018 - 17:16
Bilateral trade deals cannot create an environment conducive to trade expansion in a world where much of trade consists of global value chains that stretch across several countries

Opinion | Pakistan election results: Imran Khan lacks political credibility

26. July 2018 - 17:05
Every civilian populist leader over the last seven decades has been removed from power on grounds of corruption by the establishment and its allies

Opinion: Imran Khan brings little hope for Pakistan’s future

26. July 2018 - 16:28
Pakistan’s probable next prime minister is no champion of democratic institutions and is soft on religious extremism

RBI must address increasing uncertainties in monetary policy

25. July 2018 - 19:15
The minimum support prices sounded more sanguine on growth because of improved capacity utilization and credit offtake, supported by healthy consumption demand