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1.Looking for some change, Governor

So the Government of India has announced the name of the next  Governor of the Reserve Bank of India.  read more

2.Should mayors be directly elected?

Each time an Indian city is hit by a major urban crisis, we hear exasperated queries about why our cities are so dysfunctional. read more

3.Diplomacy and the diaspora.

If there is one issue on which all political parties agree, it is the imperative to include overseas Indians in India’s economic development and to take care of their needs and aspirations. read more

4.SC pitches for a political solution

Noting that the judiciary has its limits, the Supreme Court indicated on Monday that a political solution across party lines might probably bring peace to Kashmir,  read more

5.Kashmir is India’s internal issue: Syria

Syria and India discussed tackling their “common problem of cross-border terrorism” read more

1.Sc stays order on 10% EBC quota in Gujarat

The Supreme Court on Monday stayed a Gujarat high court order quashing the state’s decision to provide 10% quota to economically backward classes (EBC) in government jobs read more

2.Reboot the Economy.

Higher internet speed spurs productivity and is a basic element in a country’s competitiveness.  read more

3.Rajan & Patel: Same textbook, different lessons

While Raghuram Rajan and Urjit Patel share a common economic ideology , read more

1.’Won’t allow Anti-India insurgency in Myanmar’

Myanmar on Monday gave an assurance that it will not allow any insurgent group to use its territory against India.  read more

2.People’s police: A new Roadmap

Safety and security are core needs of human beings. Police performs this basic function and is the most visible coercive arm of the State.read more

3.10 states oppose River Regulation Zone, claim it will hit development

Majority of states have opposed constitution of River regulation Zone (RRZ) along rivers to regulate development activities and prevent encroachments along the rivers and floodplains.read more

4.No judicial solution to unrest, says SC

The Supreme Court on Monday told the Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party that the judiciary was not in a position to deal with all the dimensions of the unrest in the state read more

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