Don tracked down

Don tracked down

Friday, 10 July 2020 | Pioneer

Looks like Dubey has chosen jail over the risk of getting killed in an encounter. We need him to expose the politico-criminal nexus In a big slap to the Uttar Pradesh (UP) Police, the dreaded don of Shivli, Vikas Dubey, was arrested from Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh (MP) six days after...

New immigration curbs

New immigration curbs

Thursday, 09 July 2020 | Pioneer

With Trump intending to deport foreign students whose classes have moved online, Indians are badly affected US President Donald Trump has done it again, played up a nativist pitch in an election year under the pretext of mitigating COVID-19 by asking foreign students to leave the country or risk deportation if...

Economic statecraft

Economic statecraft

Thursday, 09 July 2020 | Nishikant dubey

The customs duty for Chinese machinery should be kept at 10 per cent in the base year and then subsequently increased every year to encourage domestic manufacturing Wanton Chinese aggression and the cowardly, premeditated attack on the Indian Army that led to the killing of 20 of our brave soldiers are...

Many ways to ease China out of the Indian economy

Thursday, 09 July 2020 | Sanjib Pohit

India needs to adopt a balanced approach so that its policy passes the WTO’s dispute settlement mechanism and New Delhi does not lose face there Following Chinese aggression and the border clashes at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) the relationship between India and China is now at a nadir. As...

Can’t let Covid nix food security

Thursday, 09 July 2020 | Swapnil Gadhave

Use of technological tools for monitoring and improving food distribution can help India achieve better health outcomes The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed many shortcomings in our healthcare and food security and if corrective action is not taken at the right time, it could pull India back significantly from its path of...

Creativity amid loneliness

Creativity amid loneliness

Thursday, 09 July 2020 | Moin Qazi

In isolation, we are able to do our sharpest thinking and yield a harvest of our best ideas. It is only when you view the world from a distance that you are able see it whole and understand it better I have never found a companion that was so companionable as...

How close are we to the silver bullet?

Wednesday, 08 July 2020 | Sunit Mediratta

Science cannot be rushed and the development of a reliable vaccine or drug by any institution will need to follow the highest standards of rigour. That will take time The world is constantly being fed  news and reports focussed on Covid-19-related matters. The most exciting among them is any news about...

Embrace the new

Wednesday, 08 July 2020 | Kalyani Shankar

The UK Parliament took the lead in changing its 800-year-old practices and met virtually a few weeks ago. India, too, is considering following suit India, for the first time in its more than seven-decade-long parliamentary history, will have its Monsoon Session with some Members of Parliament (MPs) attending physically and others...

Sunday Edition

India, China’s quest for influence in S Asia

05 July 2020 | Amit Kumar | Smita Tiwary | Agenda

A mission towards Atmanirbhar Bharat

05 July 2020 | Renu Swarup | Agenda

On shaky ground

05 July 2020 | Shalini Saksena | Sunday Pioneer

Talktime : ‘Doing scary things challenges me’

05 July 2020 | Shalini Saksena | Sunday Pioneer


05 July 2020 | MUSBA HASHMI | Sunday Pioneer

‘May direct more animation projects’

05 July 2020 | Shalini Saksena | Sunday Pioneer