25th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Justice for Rohingya Indo-US Relationship: Nationalist Similarities Karnataka’s towns from another age Cotton research bodies in India, Uganda to develop new seed variety JUSTICE FOR ROHINGYA Why in news? ICJ unanimously ruled mandating Myanmar to take the necessary actions to prevent genocide of Rohingya Muslims. More about the verdict The ruling vindicates findings by […]

31st January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Medical termination of pregnancy Rural poor: facing manufactured crisis Should restrictions on free speech be reviewed A troubling prescription Cybersecurity a critical challenge for India’s digital payments ecosystem AI, ML chip in to fight climate change, protect environment MEDICAL TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY Why in news? Recent  Centre’s move to extend the limit of medical […]

30th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Planned injustice: On Donald Trump’s peace plan for Israel and Palestine A mindset problem Time to prioritize education and health Compromising scientific curiosity for marketability A road map for robust trade ties PLANNED INJUSTICE: ON DONALD TRUMP’S PEACE PLAN FOR ISRAEL AND PALESTINE Why in news? U.S. President has proposed creation of a Palestinian […]

29th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents: 1. Maharaja on sale 2. Alarming spread 3. The continuing theme of Uncertainty, Volatility4. Restructuring or bureaucratic overkill 5. Protecting trade in a tug of war between nations MAHARAJA ON SALE As per the document inviting Expression of Interest (EOI), the government will sell 100% equity in the national carrier and Air India Express […]

28th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Crime and politics Abolition Of Legislative Council A case of wholehearted biotechnology adoption  Heightened fiscal deficit in Budget can help increase spending and rejuvenate markets Cultural rights in India CRIME AND POLITICS Why in news? The Supreme Court has taken a timely decision by agreeing to hear a plea from the Election Commission of India (ECI) […]

27th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Pakistan and FATF Grey List The four phases of constitutional interpretation The hype over hyper-sonic : Race of Missile Steering fiscal ship back to consolidation The convergence of rich nations with the rest has gone off track PAKISTAN AND FATF GREY LIST Why in news? The deliberations, in Beijing, of the Asia-Pacific joint group […]

24th January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents The condemned can’t fight endlessly, says CJI  CORONA VIRUS  Budgeting for jobs, skilling and economic revival  BRICS  FRBM ACT  Frame rules to govern how devices identify us THE CONDEMNED CAN’T FIGHT ENDLESSLY, SAYS CJI  Why in news? Union Government decided to file a petition in SC, to form guidelines to Fastrack death sentences after […]

23rd January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Ending Inaction Playing with Learning Think climate change action, act global Huge informal economy:  Government should increase spending, not worry about deficit Changing Government, changing priorities: Need to think differently ENDING INACTION  Why in news?  Justice R.F. Nariman has fixed a three ­month limit for the Manipur Assembly Speaker to decide the disqualification of […]

22nd January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Return of Bonds Same country, different script India Added to its Green Cover, But the Numbers are Questionable India’s economic slowdown: Slow and Slower RETURN OF BONDS Why in news? Supreme court refused to hear the plea to order stay on the functioning of electoral bonds, which are said to be advantageous only to […]

21st January – Editorials/Opinions Analyses

Contents Redesigning India’s Ailing Data System Deciphering the moves on Russia’s Power Chessboard Guaranteeing healthcare, the Brazilian way Mudflats: The world’s great coastal protectors Tragic trek: on unauthorised expeditions REDESIGNING INDIA’S AILING DATA SYSTEM Why in news? National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) was brought under the fold of National Statistics Office, altering its longstanding arrangement […]