Tiny particles making a big impact

Tiny particles making a big impact

Thursday, 16 May 2019 | Kota Sriraj

As we continue to battle air pollution, one lesser known contributor to it, apart from industrial and vehicular pollution, is the presence of aerosol in the atmosphere, which has reached concerning levels. This new-found threat deserves attention The issue of air pollution has always been visualised in the classical sense with...

The equality project

The equality project

Tuesday, 14 May 2019 | A Amarender Reddy

While India cannot afford the Universal Basic Income model, targetted schemes can meet welfare goals just as effectively with a few checks and balances Universal Basic Income (UBI) aims to provide regular, unconditional cash payment to all households in a society. The idea of UBI originated in the West due to...

Trade row precursor to another low

Trade row precursor to another low

Monday, 13 May 2019 | Gwynne Dyer

Amid a vicious circle of mistrust between the US and China, what is quite likely to happen is that the latter will slide into a huge recession, dragging the rest of the world behind it. Maybe not as bad as 2008 but very bad and probably very long US President Donald...

Stem the rot within

Monday, 13 May 2019 | Vinayshil Gautam

It is disheartening that the credibility of our institutions stands eroded today. There’s a need to restore what’s lost through informed effort The state of many Indian organisations at best verges on being unprofessional and dubious. There was a time in the national arena when in popular psyche a public institution...

What constitutes privacy?

What constitutes privacy?

Monday, 13 May 2019 | Raghav pandey/Anoushka mehta

India does not even have a data protection policy. This is something that our policy-makers need to look forward to instead of batting for the right to be forgotten As a concept, the Right To Be Forgotten (RTBF) evolved in the 1990s in western Europe and subsequently developed as part of...

Time to shed guilt and set boundaries

Saturday, 11 May 2019 | Divya Jain

Maintaining work-life balance seems like an end goal for many women. But in reality, it’s impossible to achieve. Instead of striving for it, mompreneurs must embrace the integration of both on terms workable to her At least once in her career,  every working mother is asked: “How do you maintain work-life...

The hidden pain of giving birth

Saturday, 11 May 2019 | Diksha S Chadha

Pregnancy must be an amalgamation of modern-day facilities and traditional cultures for better parenting A new revolution is brewing in the millennial world. Just as the new generation re-defined love and relationships, it is now ready to present to us a modern version of pregnancy. Gone are the days when a...

Swachh needs a mother’s touch

Swachh needs a mother’s touch

Saturday, 11 May 2019 | Priyanka Tanwar

If India is to achieve the impossible goal of being open defecation free, it must rope in mothers as primary care-givers to inculcate the habit of using toilets among the future generation Mamta hurries towards the bushes, glancing over her shoulder frequently. She avoids eye contact with a passer-by, holds her...

State Editions

Admission for UG courses begins in city colleges

22 May 2019 | Divya Modi | Ranchi

BJP trying to lure Cong MLAs, says Nath

22 May 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Matching VVPAT slips would delay results: CEO

22 May 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

BSP suspends Ramveer Upadhyay

22 May 2019 | PNS | Lucknow

12 killed in mishaps

22 May 2019 | PNS | Lucknow

Sunday Edition

Globe Trotting

19 May 2019 | Agencies | Sunday Pioneer

Left, TMC urge EC to ensure free, fair polling

19 May 2019 | PNS | Sunday Pioneer

Didi’s nephew sends defemation notice to PM

19 May 2019 | Saugar Sengupta | Sunday Pioneer

MoD rejects Vice Admiral Bimal Verma's petition

19 May 2019 | PNS | Sunday Pioneer