Two recent court rulings on special laws protecting women are significant. The Supreme Court issued a set of guidelines for arresting a husband and his relative...
Nawaz Sharif’s confrontational approach has caused concern within party ranks and some signs of dissent have already emerged
While China has developed infrastructure along its border areas, India lags behind. Is it a key determinant of India's military posture and capability?
As India and Pakistan mark the 70th anniversary of Partition this week, it is worth contemplating what the next 70 years may bring. Michel Kugleman
The Army was willing to let massive shortages accrue in a dangerous game of brinksmanship to extract more money from the bureaucracy.
The UP government’s handling of the situation would give the Opposition the pound of meat to attack both Adityanath and Modi, and raise serious questions about their claim of good governance Rajgopal Singh
Governments in the past appeared to believe the threat of conventional war to be negligible enough not to warrant even making up of deficiencies, let alone a sustained build-up.
A retired air force officer writes about a generation that has not seen a war and does not know how to respect those who serve in the armed forces. Arjun Subramaniam