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Haseeb's maiden budget

Haseeb Drabu was a journalist once; he and I were colleagues some 15 years ago. Since then, he has been banker, bureaucrat, business advisor, and much else. He has just become finance minister of Jammu and Kashmir, and presented his first budget.&......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Brutal act

Sir - It was shocking to read about the demise of Prabha Arun Kumar, who wa... | Read»

Failed attempt

Sir - The recent shootout outside Tunisia's national museum shows that the ... | Read»

Exclusive club

Sir - People have rightly protested against the International Cricket Counc... | Read»

Things fall apart

Sir - The comment made by the Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo, Lalu Prasad, th... | Read»

Stand strong

Sir - The defeat of Team India in the World Cup semi-final match against Au... | Read»

Murky path

Sir - The report, "Sex ratio worry: bachelors outnumber spinsters" (March 2... | Read»


By the book

In an ideal world, the introduction of religious studies in the school curriculum could be welcomed as a progressive idea, even when it comes from the State. ...   | Read..

Stay put

In a secret order last November, Barack Obama had quietly extended the role of the American troops in Afghanistan from being trainers and advisers to being 'combat enablers'....   | Read..

Time to take a new road

Having lost the Lok Sabha elections, Yogendra Yadav and his partner in politics, Prashant Bhushan - he did not venture into an electoral contest - have taken on the persona......   | Read..

Things could fall apart

The author is professor of European Studies at Oxford University, and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. His most recent work is Facts are Subversive: Political Writing f......   | Read..

Target practice

The Union finance ministry and the Reserve Bank of India recently inked the monetary policy framework agreement. Hailed as a major milestone in India's macroeconomic management, it ushers in a new ......   | Read..

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