Distancing not an option for people with disabilities – Siddhi Jain

"Due to COVID-19 restriction, many people with disabilities who operated small businesses or other informal livelihood ventures (i.e. home cell phone repair or machine... Read more »

World Population Day: Bringing back the ‘choice, voice debate’ on family planning during COVID-19 – Puja Gupta

Beyond health, there are many far-reaching, transformational and inter-generational effects of women being able to use contraception and take control of their fertility. At... Read more »

Studying abroad in 2020? – Puja Gupta

Shireen Ardeshir, an Education Advisor and Career Mentor with over two decades of experience, suggests a few tips to keep in mind while weighing... Read more »

Finding ways of survival – Puja Gupta

Even though India has entered the phase Unlock 2.0 allowing most business establishment to resume operations, minimal cash inflow, restricted spending limit and lack... Read more »

Kashmir: Geelani didn’t quit, he was dumped by Pak – Deepika Bhan

He was dumped because he was old, unwell, bickering with his own separatist colleagues and was not fitting into Pakistan's new scheme of things... Read more »

Protests erupt in PoK: Save river, save Muzaffarabad, save us from Pak and China – Ateet Sharma

Locals don't care if billions of dollars are being spent in the region. The $1.54 billion investment agreement for the Azad Pattan Hydropower Project... Read more »

Why good disaster risk governance is necessary in times of pandemic – Mami Mizutori

When there’s an early warning for a cyclone, typhoon or hurricane, action is usually prompt and immediate. Agreed operating procedures are put into effect.... Read more »

Over 50 per cent households are “profoundly impacted” by Covid-19 pandemic

"It is quite evident that the pandemic has severely affected a large cross-section of our society, the affluent class being no exception. Households are... Read more »

BJP and Cong intensify preparations for MP bypolls

The bypolls are being seen as quite crucial from the political viewpoint as the ruling BJP does not currently have an absolute majority, and... Read more »

Nearly 50 per cent of hotels may shut down permanently

"The proposed reopening is welcome but delayed. Initially, around 35 per cent of the industry will shut and by the year-end, this could go... Read more »

India set for breaking new space horizons

India has a huge reservoir of talent, currently over 50 startups are set to launch operations in India with a potential not only to... Read more »

A push for women entrepreneurship in India – Puja Gupta

With an aim to fulfill Indian women's aspirations of embarking on an entrepreneurial journey and gaining financial independence, the biscuit manufacturer, in 2019 initiated... Read more »

Raj hoteliers seeking solutions to check-in to future with smile – Archana Sharma

"We need to ensure that the warmth and the smile remains intact for our customers as they enter into our property. Hence, we are... Read more »

The downside of e-learning – Aditi Roy

Data collected online by YouGov Omnibus among 1,015 parents in the country between 16th and 22nd June 2020 using a panel of over 6... Read more »

The shadow of the Emergency – Saeed Naqvi

"Globalization" may not have been part of the discourse 45 years ago when Indira Gandhi shelved civil liberties after declaring the Emergency but it... Read more »

A tale of two emergencies: Told and untold

Despite ritualistic condemnation of emergency provisions, the Modi government despite having required numbers in the two houses of parliament has not moved to scrap... Read more »

Scindia’s drooping brand value got a booster in being seen by the party president’s side

Missing pictures from the election hoardings in the Malwa region and subsequent placement alongside the junior members like Kailash Vijayvargiya's son Akash had caused... Read more »

Probal Dasgupta “1967 battle an inflection point for China-India military narrative” – Rahul Kumar

Rahul Kumar of indianarrative.com talks to Indian Army veteran and author Probal Dasgupta about his book, 'WATERSHED 1967: India's Forgotten Victory Over China', and... Read more »

Fighting the vice of child obesity – Aditi Roy

A poor diet containing high levels of fat or sugar and few beneficial nutrients can cause kids to gain weight quickly. Fast food, candy,... Read more »

India needs ubiquitous IoT connectivity to be truly Atmanirbhar – Sundeep Khanna

The factories need to be "smart" and machines and equipment IoT-ready. IoT and machine data can become a force multiplier to augment manual... Read more »