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Enforcement of existing rules must be tightened with a one-time survey of all religious and public places
Since India has officially recognised 'One China' policy and Tibet as an integral part of China, we should not encourage any activity that undermines it
A regular review of promises made prior to polls vis-à-vis their delivery will make our democracy vibrant,
Convergence of traditional public relations with the internet and social media is required for a stronger impact
Reservation based on religion for Muslims is the most pragmatic mechanism to correct their current gross marginalisation
Political compulsions should not override established international norms in resolving water-sharing disputes
The country must focus on development for there are too many people’s issues that need urgent attention
With cognitive, emotional and social development in children tucked into play, it makes sense to take play seriously
Measuring the outcome of projects is required to establish the success or the lack of it
Only those keenly interested to actively contribute to nation-building must be nominated to the Rajya Sabha
Road accident statistics stress the need for according priority to preventing high speed and reckless driving
Unless the US is willing to commit to a sustained campaign or throw its weight behind a political end to the war, last Thursday’s strikes are an empty gesture.
With all modes of transport in limbo, the image of God's Own Country has been dented badly owing to the fancy for hartals.
Rohingya Muslims have been the target of the worst possible oppression at the hands of both Buddhist majority and junta
he average cost of power from all sources in Telangana is expected to fall from Rs 4.51 a unit in 2016-17 to Rs 4.45 in 2017-18.
Applying climate change adaptation measures in all our economic and social activities is no longer an option.
Strange are the ways of those in power -- they begin as leaders of protest, carve a niche and then with fabulous arrogance ridicule protest
Bharatiya Janata Party put in everything and the opposition took things for granted resulting in a decisive verdict
The Act stipulates that only such schemes that secure direct and quantifiable benefits for the SC/ST be devised.
Since the Godavari Tribunal Award has already guided water allocations between Telangana and AP, there is no need for a Godavari River Management Board.