Balancing priorities: The Hindu Editorial on development and environment

Forecasts of ‘good’ or ‘normal’ monsoons are often beguiling and belie the ominous. This year, the annual floods that upend the Brahmaputra Valley have been followed by intense spells along … Read More

Crossing the line: The Hindu Editorial on Delhi’s decision to limit health services

The decision announced by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to restrict COVID-19 treatment in Delhi’s private hospitals and those run by the government of NCT only to those with proof of … Read More

Killing Gajah: The Hindu Editorial on the killing of an elephant in Kerala

An outpouring of grief has followed the death of a pregnant elephant in Kerala, the treacherous use of a food bomb causing widespread revulsion and anger. Scores of elephants are … Read More

A question of quarantine: The Hindu Editorial on different rules for migrant workers and other travellers

As tens of thousands of people move across States, many of them migrant workers and their families travelling as unorganised groups, the Centre finds itself facing a fresh front in … Read More

Consensus, not confusion: on resumption of rail services

The Centre’s move to run 15 pairs of trains between New Delhi and major cities will serve as a trial for further relaxation of lockdown travel restrictions. The new trains … Read More