Rudd, Jones, Jones and Adani

A rare chance to get an insight into the sway Adani Group holds over the powers-that-be recently went a-begging on ABC TV. PAWAN LUTHRA writes.

Demonetisation: Was it all worth it?

One year on, APARAJITA GUPTA concludes, short-term costs were high, long-term benefit doubtful.

Is doing business in India really easier now?

AMIT KAPOOR on what the World Bank’s new Doing Business ranking really means for India.

Let the sun rise, not power bills

Investing in rooftop solar PV systems makes financial and environmental sense. JYOTI SHANKAR writes.

Are you free to disagree?

The real test of freedom is dissent without fear, not silence. KRISHNA NEELAMRAJU writes.

Two Presidents and a PM

Of three world leaders closely watched by the Indian diaspora, only one seems to have a vision. Shame the other two with strong people’s democracies are missing out, writes PAWAN LUTHRA

Of light, as well as darkness, this Diwali

Seeking a more enlightened world as Hindus across the world prepare for the Festival of Lights. RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA writes

Give us opportunity and watch us soar

What we can do to empower girls on International Day of the Girl . SHAFEEN MUSTAQ writes.

The Las Vegas massacre: a sense of déjà vu

Why the US is condemned to the perennial repetition of its increasingly horrific past. RITAM MITRA writes.
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Confluence, or a trickle?

With its limited reach and menu, the Festival of India in Australia runs the risk of not engaging with mainstream Australians. PAWAN LUTHRA writes.