Sunday, March 19, 2023


Cow was a conundrum even for constitution farmers

Even at the time of formulation of the Constitution, deep divisions surfaced in the Constituent Assembly over the fate of the cow. The result was an inherently contradictory directive principle. SANYA DHINGRA

Young, ambitious, and patriarchal

Contrary to commonplace liberal assumptions, young Indians cling to traditional notions when it comes to gender equality, finds a recent survey. But that is not surprising as India is still in the grip of patriarchy, experts say. SANYA DHINGRA

Deradicalisation, the Malaysian method

India wants to learn from Malaysia’s deradicalisation programme which is based on the belief that not only is it imperative to counter security threats posed by convicts but it is also incumbent on the state to rehabilitate them.

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Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro | Samsung

Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro is more flexible than MacBook Air. But...

Samsung is flexing its muscles and is ready to give trouble to the usual suspects headliners in the Windows notebook ecosystem—Lenovo, Dell, and HP.
File photo of the Silicon Valley Bank branch office pictured in downtown San Francisco, California, US 13 March, 2023 | Reuters

SVB collapse reminds us of 1826 UK banking crisis. It can...

The shock of a bank failure is both immediate and long lasting. This kind of situation led to radical solutions in 1826 – essentially a restructuring of UK banking services.


Defence minister Rajnath Singh | Photo: PTI

Made-in-India ATAGS, BrahMos, choppers: Modi govt clears defence acquisitions worth Rs...

Defence ministry gives nod for capital acquisition under new category of Buy Indian-IDDM. HAL emerges big winner as Navy proposals constitute more than Rs 56,000 cr.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

You’ve heard of jobless growth. But Tata, Birla, Ambani, Adani, have...

Modi govt's thrust on manufacturing is much-needed but it is pushing Indian manufacturing in the direction of outsourcing, same as our services industry.