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The Trump-Kim meet backed by South Korea does offer an outside chance for peace in the Korean peninsula
Telangana sets the good standard even as increasing farmers’ protests point to a sector in shambles across the country
The Nipah outbreak in Kerala exposes our vulnerability as well as inability to effectively counter infectious diseases
The agitation in Thoothukudi against Sterlite is just one incident in a long string of opposition to the Anil Agarwal-owned projects
92-year-old Mahathir Mohamad ended the 60-year rule of the Malay-dominated National Front in Malaysia to become the world's oldest elected leader
Devoid of reasoning, Trump's unilateral pullout from the signature US-Iran nuclear pact is defective at its core
Given years of hostilities, the first meet in over a decade between North and South Korea is at best a first step
With the Kaleshwaram project, Godavari will come alive in Telangana, which otherwise sees dry riverbeds for most part of the year
Increasing non-performing assets, wilful defaulters and frauds are sapping the banking sector’s strength and standing
The scale of protests indicates a deep sense of betrayal and widespread frustration against the Central government
With prolonged shutdowns and sudden escalation of violence, there is a tectonic shift in situation in the Valley
The conduct of Australians in the Cape Town test lets down the gentleman's game and its famed sportsmanship
The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal underscores that social media data can be misused even to manipulate our electoral choices.
The measures that we put in place to avoid violations of the spirit of euthanasia will determine our standing as a humane society.
Barring Pakistan and China, India has had good relations with its neighbours, but hostility is fast replacing warmth
The Maoists’ arsenal and military thinktank is intact but the security forces are surely gaining ground
Iran is beset with its own problems and gaining economic supremacy through the region will not be a cakewalk for India.
We cannot afford to be complacent for these risks can crystallise with disorientating speed and upend our world
With India still keeping away from intervening in the ‘internal affairs’ of the archipelago, no solution is in sight
With many global leaders putting their countries first, Davos helped turned the focus on global good in an interconnected world.