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Society must hold the perpetrator accountable rather than taking away support and sympathy from victims.
Quality schools deserve a price premium and so the best way is to leave the pricing to the market forces
Recent developments at UN and G-20 suggest that the well-known human rights to privacy and freedom of expression may soon be extended to online communications.
Despite big strides in space exploration, India still does not have a law to protect and regulate its space interests, nationally and globally.
Revolt of the local against the global must be used as a springboard to put people over profit. Globalisation has to be about involving all stakeholders and not just corporate bigwigs and politicians
By banning immigrants, the US President is turning away from the traditions of America’s founding fathers.
Deregulation, public-private partnership and linking vocational and higher education are the big building blocks
Despite higher fee, these schools are a necessity till we develop alternatives.
Tolstoy looks at events from a historical distance, exploring the motivations of the destructive invasion – and for Russia’s eventual victory, despite Napoleon’s superior military strength
UP will decide if Modi-Shah jugalbandi hits the high note and the course of national politics as well.
In 2015-16, Indian students contributed $5.01 billion to the US economy and their numbers there touched an all-time high of 165,918, second only to China
The world powers not only supported their favourite tyrants but also plotted to keep out good men
Cases such as “person missing" are often booked but the local police sooner than later give up searching for the proverbial needle in the haystack.
There is no simple solution to the school fee issue, which has many dimensions and stakeholders
In reality, the proposed Bill is actually beneficial to Indians and needs to become legislation.
Trump should have an ‘open heart’ and not just ‘open mind’ on environmental issues.
Trump and Putin likely to agree on a united fight against ISIS, al Qaeda at the Geneva talks in February
Stop excessively rewarding those at the top and promote maximum good for maximum people.
Walls to limit mobility or trade are too simple a solution as today’s economies are more linked by exchanges of data, goods and services
It would be overly optimistic to say that eliminating hunger is within reach, but we have the knowledge and tools to achieve this goal