The prolonged lockout at global auto major Toyota’s Indian facility over a wage dispute with its workers highlights the fragility of its famed production system. By V. SRIDHAR in Bangalore
The Muzaffarnagar violence has given khaps a new importance and facilitated the entry of communal politics into Jatland. By T.K. RAJALAKSHMI in Muzaffarnagar
The UPA government is in a hurry to push through the Communal Violence Bill, but the lack of confidence expressed by the opposition and several State governments, including some run by its own allies, forces it to defer the Bill. By T.K. RAJALAKSHMI & V. VENKATESAN
The verdict commuting the death sentence of four people convicted in the Palar bomb blast case brings cheer to a little village on the Tamil Nadu-Karnataka border. By R. ILANGOVAN
1. Delhi High Court ordered the removal of 75 objectionable portions from the history books for classes 6-12 published by the NCE...
With mahouts who strike to injure in the name of disciplining them, owners who underfeed them, admirers who fail to see their suffering, and an administration that is indifferent to their plight, temple elephants, and captive elephants in general, have never had it so bad though there are laws meant to protect them. Text by G. SHAHEED and photographs by N.A. NASEER
The violence in this Rajasthan district seems to be part of an orchestrated plan to isolate and terrorise a minority community.By T.K. RAJALAKSHMI in Pratapgarh
"To take a life when a life has been lost is revenge, not justice". --Desmond Tutu EVEN before the c...