the hindu
1. When the unelected set the agenda.

Sometimes, it seems that to understand our complex society, all that we need to do is to understand our behaviour at traffic lights.  read more

2. Marching to be counted.

With anti-immigrant tensions rising in Britain, responses such as 1daywithoutus too will sharpen

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3. What’s in a name?

Far from hubris, Anthropocene is a formal acknowledgement of guilt about what we have done to the Earth

Last year, the International Commission on Stratigraphy (ICS) — the body that decides epochs, aeons and eras to mark the earth’s geological history — recommended that humans should have their own epoch.

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4. India, Rwanda sign aviation, visa deals.

Rwandan Airways to begin direct flights between Kigali and Mumbai in April

India and Rwanda have concluded a bilateral air services agreement enabling direct flights between the two countries. This is among the three memorandums of understanding (MoUs) concluded during Vice-President Hamid Ansari’s visit to the African nation. In the words of Amar Sinha,

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1. Plea on citizenship of migrants' kids in SC

As the UK goes to vote on June 23 to decide whether the country should be part of the European Union or not, read more

2. No Witch Hunts
If government wants to be in business, a sophisticated approach to corruption is needed
It is a truism to say that balance sheet problems of public sector banks today represent one of the most fragile dimensions of the Indian economy. Weighed down by bad loans, which in many cases were made when the economy was growing above 9%, they have choked the flow of fresh credit to businesses.

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