Next » « Prev

More From online views

Jawaharlal Nehru: the inveterate letter writer
Mon, Nov 17 2014. 05 15 PM

Jawaharlal Nehru: the inveterate letter writer

His correspondence with chief ministers reveals a struggle between Nehru the visionary and Nehru the pragmatist
Obama lays down marker in fight to preserve Net neutrality
Mon, Nov 17 2014. 11 14 AM

Obama lays down marker in fight to preserve Net neutrality

Obama may have won the Internet last week with his strong statement in support of Net neutrality; unfortunately, he has yet to win over FCC
Making banks safer without killing growth
Mon, Nov 17 2014. 07 58 AM

Making banks safer without killing growth

Increases in bank capital should be gradual and coupled with structural reforms and better regulation
Climate change pact and India’s isolation
Sun, Nov 16 2014. 11 33 PM

Climate change pact and India’s isolation

India, just beginning to industrialize, must contend with external pressures
Compulsory voting: Will India follow the Gujarat example?
Sat, Nov 15 2014. 10 08 AM

Compulsory voting: Will India follow the Gujarat example?

If we look at compulsory voting from the perspective of those pushing for it, its benefits become immediately apparent
Narendra Modi’s fitting tribute to Nehru
Fri, Nov 14 2014. 05 48 PM

Narendra Modi’s fitting tribute to Nehru

Modi is taking India the full circle by legitimizing obscurantists by endorsing them, by repeating their theories, and by allowing them to influence textbooks
Shielding governance from politics
Fri, Nov 14 2014. 04 17 PM

Shielding governance from politics

The UPA made the mistake of making the central government subservient to state electoral politics. Modi should not repeat the mistake
India’s battle against hunger and malnutrition: The story so far
Fri, Nov 14 2014. 02 27 PM

India’s battle against hunger and malnutrition: The story so far

The revival of PDS is a reality but that alone does not explain the decline in child malnutrition rates
Don’t derail India’s mobile revolution
Fri, Nov 14 2014. 01 44 PM

Don’t derail India’s mobile revolution

A poorly designed auction could cast a shadow over one of the few bright spots in the Indian economy
In India, a plot against a prime minister
Fri, Nov 14 2014. 10 47 AM

In India, a plot against a prime minister

It’s easy enough to identify the newest critics of Nehru, because almost to a man these souls are also ardent advocates of charms of Narendra Modi
Next » « Prev  
Subscribe |  Contact Us  |  mint Code  |  Privacy policy  |  Terms of Use  |  Advertising  |  Mint Apps  |  About HT Media  |  Jobs
Contact Us
Copyright © 2014 HT Media All Rights Reserved