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A comprehensive approach now takes on board views of all stakeholders and experts as well as experiences of other States
Don’t lower guard as drug menace needs a long-term multi-pronged strategy that counters both demand and supply sides.
The Railways has to work on a war footing to eliminate all such crossings in the country by 2018-end.
This makes it easy to adapt quickly to change and learn from the disruptors’ mistakes and avoid them
Notifying norms for shutting down internet without any public consultation does not augur well for our democracy.
A large-scale people’s movement that spread like wildfire under an able leadership made it happen
CoW Bill presents a great opportunity to correct wage stagnation and build demand for skills among youth
Rise of this new order ensures that evil does not even get noticed, and so goes unquestioned, unfought.
It envisages a tectonic cultural shift from a predominantly cash-intensive to a less cash society.
The State should construct adequate storage in Mahabubnagar (old) and other districts to utilise its rightful share of water
By fueling consumer preferences for entertainment in the shortest format, BCCI is testing audience interest and its paying capacity.
Helping dreamers stay on the right side of the law is not just a moral imperative – it’s smart policy and economically beneficial to the US.
Expect upheaval with the reach and power of new technologies ready to challenge even human beings
Attempts to make India a homogenous nation with one culture, one language and one religion, is inviting trouble.
The state responds to repeated disasters with indifference when people manage to cope with them
Good teachers are now an endangered species and we must change it quickly to push the frontiers of our civilisation.
Camaraderie of Onam should help turn the tide and restore State’s reputation marred by successive scandals.
With the model APMC Act and e-Nam stuck, farmers need more options to sell their produce and get better prices
The Centre needs to clarify that State governments have no locus standi to tax devotees in temples
If Dodd–Frank norms are repealed, it will dry up a big source of income for Indian IT companies during tough times.