Tribute: Om Puri was the angry young man of the 1980s, fearlessly facing injustice and half-truths
We have lost a powerful voice that gave expression to the angst we once felt about the brutality around us.
50 days of demonetisation: Why isn't the RBI declaring how much money has come back into banks?
Prime Minister Modi has a lot to say about demonetisation but his government is stonewalling RTI queries.
Cinema and nationalism
In these hyper-nationalist times, a tender salute to Govind Nihalani’s ‘Vijeta’
Made in the year of the Indian Air Force’s golden jubilee, the film is as much about the individual as it is about the nation.
law and order
Do Punjab and J&K’s contravention of rules regarding IPS, IAS postings have security implications?
In Punjab, the majority of senior superintendents of police are from the state cadre.
army chief controversy
Rawat’s appointment as Army chief is in line with Modi’s aggressive foreign policy
The prime minister wanted an officer steeped in the art of counter insurgency, and also with considerable experience on the Line of Control.
Interview: Though India's rape law has been overhauled, it still lacks a sentencing policy
Law professor Mrinal Satish says courts still give in to myths and stereotypes while handing down rape sentences.
Modi government said to be considering a new military position – chief of defence staff
The person occupying this position would be able to offer 'single-point advice' to the government.
Intelligence ignored: Why is Indian army being caught napping time and again?
The latest attack in Nagrota takes the toll of security personnel killed in border-related incidents this month to 11 – over 40 in the last three months.
Pakistan Army Leadership