Ericsson snagged a sweet deal by exploiting RCom’s initial reluctance to enter in-court bankruptcy, and then getting a jail risk for Anil Ambani thrown into the mix.
The so-called leaked partial data led to a race for data points, and intricate statistical findings were turned into exit polls overnight.
Muslims must learn from how non-Muslims have come together to express grief and compassion with the victims of the New Zealand attack.
The purpose of some terrorists’ actions is to draw attention to their political cause and enlist new followers. This is where the media comes in.
The key theme of the BJP seems to be – Narendra Modi versus anarchy.
From Mahatma Gandhi to Arvind Kejriwal, everyone’s tried participatory campaigns to draw people’s attention.
A friend reminisces how Manohar Parrikar wanted to do something about the overwhelming tendency in the ministry ‘to first say no to everything’.
Supreme Court has the chance to decide if a government can take shelter in outdated notions of ‘privilege’ when questioned over transparency.
If the RBI keeps buying government bonds, it surrenders its power to teach the government a lesson in fiscal arithmetic.
The question to ask is – what do Akhilesh Yadav and the SP gain from an alliance with BSP chief Mayawati?