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  • The Way We Were: The brief, bright, bygone era of the dressing gown

    It was the at-home attire of most well-off Bollywood dads in the ’50s and ’60s. Dressing downs haven’t been the same since.

    Oct 10, 2020 06:10
  • How Hathras can hurt the BJP in UP

    In its recent electoral supremacy, Dalit support has been a key factor, especially in the state

    Oct 09, 2020 05:58
  • Covid-19: The good and bad news

    The first wave is receding, but the second wave may not be far off

    Oct 08, 2020 19:29
  • Covid-19 should force India to think about its elderly population

    We need a more productive dialogue among the elderly, their associations, civic bodies, urban designers and health care leaders on how we can have a long-term, partnered, inclusive and holistic care approach for the elderly

    Oct 09, 2020 05:59
  • The Babri verdict is a step towards peace

    In the 2,300-page-long verdict, the Special Court analysed all aspects of the case, including witness testimonies and the evidence produced in great detail and came to the conclusion that none of the charges were sustainable.

    Oct 09, 2020 05:58
  • The significance of the Pence-Harris debate

    For Ms Harris, the debate represents the pinnacle of the Indian-American’s role in the campaign. The pandemic and the recognition that her running mate Joe Biden is what matters in an election where middle-of-the-road whites are the swing vote have kept Ms Harris in the shadows.

    Oct 09, 2020 05:59
  • On public protests, the SC is right |?HT?Editorial

    Indian democracy is best served when citizens freely express their views, mobilise and protest, but do so without undermining the rights of fellow-citizens

    Oct 07, 2020 23:19
  • The increasing value of Quad |?HT?Editorial

    Opposition to China provides the strategic glue. But a lot more needs to be done

    Oct 08, 2020 05:58
  • Protect Indian crafts; ban Chinese imports | Analysis

    China is flooding Indian markets with cheap craft replicas, destroying jobs, local traditions, culture

    Oct 07, 2020 18:45
  • Decoding the secret of Modi’s communication | Analysis

    Modi is both a mass communicator and an excellent moderator in multi-directional communication

    Oct 07, 2020 23:19
  • Covid-19 vaccine: India’s key role in ending the pandemic | Analysis

    Indian manufacturers recently pledged to make hundreds of millions of Covid-19 doses available for low- and middle-income nations in 2021 as part of an expanded distribution effort that again demonstrated Indian’s global leadership.

    Oct 07, 2020 18:17
  • A new science, tech innovation policy

    It seeks to protect the diversity of innovation, harness entrepreneurial potential, steer change

    Oct 07, 2020 09:45
  • Hathras: UP is on the wrong track, again

    What the UP government needed to do was ensure correctives — both in the immediate context to hold perpetrators as well as administrative officials in Hathras accountable and in the medium-term by instituting structural reforms in the criminal justice system and its intersection with political power.

    Oct 07, 2020 08:11
  • Air pollution: Delhi is taking the right steps. But a more comprehensive approach is needed

    Only one state taking measures will not have the desired impact because air pollution is not just Delhi’s problem. It is a regional problem, and, indeed, a national crisis.

    Oct 07, 2020 08:12
  • Hathras horror: India must wake up, repair its justice system

    It is imperative for state governments and the Opposition to come together now to restore our institutions, committed to women’s security and empowerment.

    Oct 07, 2020 13:03