The editorial highlights the role of Dr B R Ambedkar in shaping the legal rights of women in India.
The interview argues about the flawed design of electoral bonds. It says that in disallowing voters from knowing the identity of donors, the scheme is even more opaque now.
Vice President of India and the Chairman of Rajya Sabha highlighted the deteriorating attendance of MPs in Parliamentary Committees yesterday.
The RBI has kept the Repo rate unchanged at 5.15% citing inflation concerns. The accommodative stance of the monetary policy was retained.
India’s foreign exchange reserves have crossed $450 billion mark for the first time ever. The country’s import cover is now over 11 months. The rise in foreign exchange reserves will give the central bank the firepower to act against any sharp depreciation of the rupee.
The SBI has said that it was witnessing a lack of demand for corporate loans.
RBI has come out with the final guidelines on on-tap licensing for SFB’s. Payments banks willing to convert themselves into Small finance banks can apply for such a license only after five years of operation.
The new seed bill is tilted against farmers interests and loaded in favor of seed companies
Recently the Cabinet cleared the Personal Data Protection Bill which is due to be placed in Parliament. The article highlights how does it propose to protect personal data, how is it different from the previous draft, and why is it a subject of debate?
The writes stresses that Love and empathy are essential tools to combat radicalization and extremism in this editorial.