banking and finance
India suffered a massive debit card data breach because no one connected the dots
Several bodies set up by the government and financial sector to anticipate and tackle fraud failed to notice anything out of the ordinary.
Islam has no conflict with a uniform civil code that provides justice, equality and dignity for all
The very fact that women aren’t given a representative voice in the Muslim Personal Law makes the AIMPLB unqualified to speak on behalf of Muslim women.
When a chief minister facilitates extortion in the name of public sentiment
Mumbai has a long history of paying out 'hafta'.
Why the launch of Irom Sharmila's party has historical significance for Manipur
The People’s Resurgence and Justice Alliance debuted on October 18, marking the first sitting of a democratically elected Assembly in the state 68 years ago.
The Myth and Culture Podcast: Can you criticise India and still be a patriot?
Devdutt Pattanaik and Jerry Johnson trace the the birth of nationalism.
The other KG gas scam: Is ONGC being bulldozed into saving a debt-burdened Gujarat-owned company?
The profitable firm will have to subsidise Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation’s over-estimates of reserves and under-estimates of costs.
The surgical strikes on Teesta Setalvad continue with the Bari report, and we should all be ashamed
The central-government committee holds the activist ‘culpable for hatred-filled, disharmony-spreading, ill-will generating, enmity-creating explosive writings’.
The RSS has a proposal to award PhDs to people who haven't gone to university
The plan, sent to the HRD minister, is possibly aimed at securing academic respectability to its small pool of ideologues and dilettantes.
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