Lessons from a massacre

Lessons from a massacre

Saturday, 13 April 2019 | M Venkaiah Naidu

The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy continues to rankle in every Indian's heart. Hundred years later, all nations must unite for a peace-based order and end terror Today marks the 100th anniversary of one the goriest episodes in human history and the darkest chapter of the British rule in India when an unarmed...

Dance of democracy

Dance of democracy

Thursday, 11 April 2019 | Pioneer

With one in six Lok Sabha constituencies going to the polls today, the first phase of the general elections takes off   There are 900 million Indians eligible to vote in the elections to the 17th Lok Sabha that start in parts of the country from today. About 10 per cent...

For the sake of Rafale

For the sake of Rafale

Thursday, 11 April 2019 | Pioneer

The SC has upheld due process and the right of media to bring facts to light in its order to review the jet's acquisition Once and forever, all questions relating to the acquisition of the 36 Rafale jets from Dassault, need to be answered. For a jet that would undoubtedly...

Maze of half-truths

Maze of half-truths

Thursday, 11 April 2019 | Claude Arpi

Despite the propaganda that the Tibetans took ‘their destiny in their own hands’ in 1959, Beijing still does not trust local cadres in governance For the past several weeks, the Chinese propaganda machine has been running full-steam. The focus of the information warfare’s exercise is on the events of March...

First family: A silent coup

Thursday, 11 April 2019 | Srikant Manas Kala

The ‘rise and fall’ of powerful families is a common phenomenon around the world but differs in our landscape. Parties here overcome transience of power and normalise hereditary succession. Thankfully, things are changing The “rise and fall” of powerful families in democracies around the world is a known phenomenon. From...

Time to measure Himalayan risks

Thursday, 11 April 2019 | Kota Sriraj

Severe weather events have become the new-normal.  Remodelled strategies can help us understand the problem. We must take action before it’s too late Last year was notable for a variety of natural disasters that made their presence felt in India. Except an earthquake, India weathered almost all types of natural...

Now, fewer women voters

Now, fewer women voters

Thursday, 11 April 2019 | Anupma Mehta

What’s the use of India’s track record of holding regular polls if voting rights of half its population, mostly women, are compromised at the altar of an inefficient registration system? The over-riding discussion during this electoral season in India is obviously focussed on who will occupy 7, Lok Kalyan Marg...

Learn to thrive in changing times

Wednesday, 10 April 2019 | Hima Bindu Kota

In this continuously evolving business environment, change management should be a process and must not be viewed as an intermittent project with a beginning and an end. Only then can businesses survive Change is the only constant — be it in life or business. In this dynamic landscape, all businesses, whether...

State Editions

C’garh polling figure swells to record 75%

20 April 2019 | Staff Reporter | Raipur

BJP’s Rao Inderjit Singh files papers from G’gram

20 April 2019 | Staff Reporter | Delhi

Over Rs 2 cr seized ahead of Lok Sabha election

20 April 2019 | Staff Reporter | Delhi

EC cancels mega PTM on BJP’s complaint

20 April 2019 | Staff Reporter | Delhi

Sunday Edition

Links Hanuman to Dalits

14 April 2019 | PTI | Sunday Pioneer

Prashant Kishor rubbishes Rabri's merger bid claim

14 April 2019 | PTI | Sunday Pioneer

513 ceasefire violations by Pak post Balakot strike: Army

14 April 2019 | PTI | Sunday Pioneer

Sadiq Batcha’s wife wants his death re-probed

14 April 2019 | Kumar Chellappan | Sunday Pioneer