The chips, cola, detergent and namkeen you’re buying are getting more expensive. You’re just not noticing it, thanks to shrinkflation, reports Shubhangi Misra.
Overpopulation, a disregard for women’s education and early marriages — the latest National Family Health Survey breaks down the myths that haunt the Muslim community, reports Nikhil Rampal.
Incidents like throwing ink and eggs & hurling chappals have not been unheard of in Maharashtra’s political landscape. But they have mostly been associated with Shiv Sena, reports Mansi Phadke.
The US could have used its coercive resources to compel Pakistan to shut down the Taliban’s transborder sanctuaries. It chose not to—costing its victory, writes Praveen Swami.
Miracle oils and magic treatments may not come handy when dealing with hair loss. But a well-balanced, nutrient dense diet might, writes Subhasree Ray.
It was probably too much to expect that the CDS could bring about the politically mandated changes despite friction between MoD and the Services, writes Lt. General Prakash Menon.
Global order is in flux, and India is being wooed by all. It opens up economic, strategic & military possibilities unimaginable till recently. It is for India to take this opportunity, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.