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IISc Bangalore top research university. When will more Indian institutes join the league?

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IISc Bangalore being ranked the world’s top research university is a proud moment for India. But the rankings also show it’s the same few elite Indian universities/institutions that make the cut every year. More institutions should raise their game and expand the ecosystem to meet surging demand for quality education.

Justice Venkatesh’s order on LGBTQIA a huge leap for India’s attitude towards queerness

The sensitivity shown by Justice N Anand Venkatesh while issuing guidelines for protection of the LGBTQIA community is path-breaking. It is rare for a judge to openly acknowledge his prejudices, and actively work on them. The order is a huge leap forward for India’s attitude and its understanding of queerness.

Jitin Prasada, a popular Brahmin face in UP, will be an asset to the BJP

Jitin Prasada’s exit, after Jyotiraditya Scindia’s, shows young, ambitious leaders see no future in Congress. Gandhi family’s indifference to the seemingly terminal crisis and refusal to course-correct is fuelling further disillusionment. Prasada, a popular Brahmin face in UP, will be an asset to the BJP, especially with elections coming up.

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