In the article cited above, Kamal Mitra Chinoy claims that recent instances of political statements by senior military officials are worrisome and these political statements are being increasingly released to the press and even printed.
The article criticises the Smart City scheme by questioning the differential distribution of allocated funds for developing different pockets of selected cities.
The article, written by Kapil Sibal, argues that despite the government’s claims, the Indian economy is in dire straits, with worse to come. The government persists in being in denial.
A story has been doing the rounds since the evening of June 14 that the name of E. Sreedharan, advisor to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), is missing from the list of dignitaries who will be on the dais with Prime Minister Narendra Modi
The editorial deals with the poor enrollment of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects.
The Indian Express is a newspaper that has never in recent memory failed to assail the Central government on what it perceives to be wrong with the way the country is being run
The visit to Astana, Kazakhstan, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the 17th summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) was the highlight of the news last week.
The editorial in Business Standard argues that there is a strong case for postponing the GST roll-out. The opinion piece in The Asian Age says that SMEs
The article criticises the three-year performance of the government in the power sector, although it lauds some of the important schemes launched in this period.
With the CBI raids on the promoters of NDTV right at the beginning of the week, much of the agenda-setting for the week was done.
The article says that questions are already being raised about the government’s strategy of prioritising electric vehicles, with the stated objective of having no diesel or petrol car sales in India by 2030.