Voices

India's ambitious new plan to conquer TB needs cash and commitment

Can India turn things around and control the epidemic?

Reframing for 'redemption' the Phillip Morris International’s Foundation, for a Smoke-Free world

PMI could make a voluntary donation as a way of admitting previous wrongdoing and declaring their intent to go out of the tobacco business by 2030.

BJP attempts to pull down Kerala govt with 'stats' but they're only hurting Malayali pride

Though the BJP is well within its rights to criticise the CPI (M) for violence, the party has not learnt from the ‘Somalia’ debacle.

Gauri Lankesh murder: The left jumped, the right jumped and death jumped the highest

The image of the grieving mother at the funeral haunts me. One of us has been slain because of what she believed in.

Dileep gets bail: Court tells him not to influence case and Janapriyanayakan has to listen

If Dileep could get so many to speak up in his favour when he was in judicial custody, what can we expect in the coming days?

Rape, consent and the Farooqui judgment: Why we need to start handing out a license for sex

Any adult who desires to indulge in sex, before, after, during, or besides a marriage, should be a certified sex practitioner.

Criticism isn't hatred, PM Modi is not an underdog: Response to 'Hate-Modi industry’ piece

One wonders who wants to criticise someone for the heck of it and receive death threats on social media?

Five assumptions we make about North Korea – and why they're wrong

It is important to move beyond the common caricatures of the country and its leader, Kim Jong-un.

Twitter’s new 280-character limit trial is a risky strategy

Twitter’s new announcement can do little if anything to address the fundamental challenges the social media platform continues to face.

What binds Indian families together: The fear of perception

Ever seen how an Indian family reacts when a kissing scene comes on TV?