31 July 2018 4:02 PM GMT
With the Brexit deal unlikely to witness an agreeable closure, an extra time of negotiations could well be on the cards.
30 March 2018 3:57 PM GMT
India could take a cue from Britain’s Ministry for Lonely People and draw up a policy to assist the lonely, homeless, and the mentally ill
16 Jan 2018 3:35 PM GMT
Quick measures must be initiated to ban diesel vehicles from inner cities while also necessitating conversion to gas-power transport.
1 Dec 2017 3:14 PM GMT
Punjab has come out suo motu to tackle the burning issue of crop stubble fires with a long-term initiative costing it Rs 10,000 crore.
13 Nov 2017 3:43 PM GMT
It is imperative to implement Dr. Swaminathan’s method to battle pollution.
18 Sep 2017 4:02 PM GMT
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch's son James, who is the chief executive of the 21st Century Fox TV, has virtually served a warning to the UK Tory...
28 Aug 2017 3:44 PM GMT
UK Labour opts for softest Brexit as Tory exiters are left in utter disarray, writes Subhash Chopra.
13 Aug 2017 4:57 PM GMT
Britain’s battle over its EU divorce bill rages amidst confusing claims and counter claims, elaborates Subhash Chopra.
16 July 2017 3:38 PM GMT
Brexit Britain struggles with EU withdrawal symptoms, writes Subhash Chopra.
3 July 2017 3:42 PM GMT
The consequences of Brexit do not bode well for Britain which is now witnessing large-scale civic complexities of its own, writes Subhash Chopra.
16 Jun 2017 3:38 PM GMT
I am not a gambling man, certainly not given to putting money on political bets in spite of being a journalist all my working years. But don't know...
5 Aug 2016 9:16 PM GMT
Turkey’s internal love-hate swing between the mosque and the military barracks holds no surprise. Externally, however, the emergence of a stronger...