Liberals find themselves sandwiched between opposing the Taliban, on one hand, and supporting self-determination movements, on the other.
Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan have long lived under the pale of insecurity. But now, with the prospect of Taliban taking full control over the country once again, many want to flee.
Despite much talk about 'inclusive education' and affirmative policies, India's education system continues to stamp out the socially and economically disadvantaged.
In light of hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in India, the GST Council should go easy on penalties levied on non-filing of 'nil' tax returns.
Such a policy could set a standard framework for better wage administration and ensure inclusive growth amongst India's vast workforce.
Specific provisions in India's punitive law for minors fails to do what it sets out to achieve - rehabilitative justice and promotion of child welfare.
The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has fueled another cycle of migrant workers' displacement in India. The state needs to develop better policies to deal with this endearing crisis.
A recept report revealed how China had built a village on Indian territory in Arunachal Pradesh. New Delhi must respond with similar projects to ensure closer monitoring of PLA movements.
This year's union budget is another pointed reflection of the Hindutva regime's delusion of economic progress and human development.