World  /  Published 16.09.22

Swedish PM quits post Right-wing bloc win

Sweden’s Social Democratic Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson handed in her resignation on Thursday after a Right-wing bloc that includes a nationalist, anti-immigration party won a narrow major...
By AP/PTI in Copenhagen

Career  /  Published 14.09.22

LAMP Fellowship: Everything you need to know about working with an MP

LAMP Fellowship is a special and unique opportunity to study law and public policy...
By Mehwash Hussain

Opinion  /  Published 14.09.22

Mind the monitor

Remember the time we sat in class with a monitor noting our every move? The chosen candidate was usually an academically brilliant sort or a teacher’s favourite. Both had limited understanding o...
By Shyam G. Menon

Opinion  /  Published 10.09.22

Fifty for seventy-five

In an earlier column (“India at seventy-five”, August 13), I provided a brief analytical history of India’s democratic institutions since Independence. In this column, I offer a list...
By Ramachandra Guha

India  /  Published 08.09.22

PK hits back at Bihar CM

Political strategist-turned-activist Prashant Kishor hit back at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday, a day after the JD(U) supremo accused him of trying to help BJP and not knowing "AB...
By PTI in Bhagalpur


Career  /  Published 08.09.22

Political Science student Anvita Plawat delves deep into her subject and campus life

"Political science teaches us the art of gaining, investing and utilising power. It combs societal flaws from within, it's the corridor one has to pass to create a society fit for all"...
By Mehwash Hussain

People  /  Published 05.09.22

Was Mikhail Gorbachev the Arshdeep Singh of the USSR?

At this point, both the fate of the Asia Cup final and the final outcome of the Russia-Ukraine war hang in the balance. In both cases, the spectators look even more tense than the players, losing both...
By Vikram Poddar

Business  /  Published 05.09.22

Nadir Godrej eye on divisiveness

Billionaire Nadir Godrej has said we need to “stop dividing the country” and urged the government as well as the industry to “do more” on this aspect. Godrej, the chairman and...
By PTI in Mumbai

Culture  /  Published 04.09.22

Empire Unlimited

The flap of a  seagull’s wings can alter the course of weather forever. And that a UK PM candidate of Indian origin would one day worship a Hereford or Holstein bovine in London to gain pol...
By Upala Sen

Career  /  Published 24.08.22

Career as a Political Analyst: the 3 step formula

Political analysts study and research minutely on how the political systems of different countries emerge, develop, and function...
By Nancy Jaiswal


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