Tuesday, July 25, 2017

1991 Economic Reforms were my blueprint and PV Narsimha Rao’s political...

In an exclusive chat with The Dialogue's Founding Editor Kazim Rizvi, India's leading economist and politician Dr. Subramanian Swamy talks about the current trends...

Migration, entitlements and progress out of poverty

The economic survey of 2016-17 recorded an increase in the net inter-state migration rates in India reporting estimates that were much higher to the...

Leading environmental experts from across the globe meet in Delhi to...

Energy Policy Institute of University of Chicago Center, New Delhi in association with NITI Aayog organised a day long event titled National Conference on Air...

BP Koirala Foundation Project Brings Mithila Painting Close to People in...

Mithila Painting is a distinct style of folk painting, is practiced in the Terai regions of Nepal and North Bihar. This unique art form...

The Soldier and the State: National Security A Shared Responsibility

Sun Tzu said some 2500 years ago that to defeat an adversary in detail lies in the art of breaking the enemy’s resistance without...

50 years of Naxalism, Virgin dreams amidst rivers of Blood

24 May 1967 is recognized as the day of Naxalbari incident, which led to the emergence of Marxist-Leninist-Maoist insurgency in India, known as the...

Punjab Government Needs to Focus Challenges Ahead

The new Government of Punjab under the dynamic and visionary leadership of Captain Amarinder Singh had won the election and took oath on 11...

Confronting Islamophobia: A “raison d’être” for multiculturalism? – Part 2

The presence of large populations of Muslims migrants can be attributed to the migration of Muslims in first and second world wars. European countries...

Ban on sale and consumption of liquor – Why it is...

Various state governments – like those in Bihar and Kerala – have, in recent years, banned liquor sales and consumption within their state. Both Bihar...

Confronting Islamophobia: A “raison d’être” for multiculturalism? – Part 1

Expressing religious intolerance through “derogatory” statements continues to “hurt” sentiments of both religious majorities and minorities across the world. Often limited to a “static”...