Instant credit apps charge exorbitantly high rates while luring customers with misleading terms, and are completely unregulated by the authorities.
It is the political will and democratic institutions that can bring back people's confidence.
The frightening regularity and intensity with which we're being hit by floods should worry the policymakers.
The paper says it is the time for US politicians to stand up for human rights by stopping the worst backsliding on women's rights in the US in nearly 50 years.
World Refugee Day is a good day to talk about how our world deals with statelessness. But maybe the conversation ought to start with the state.
India is in hot water over derogatory remarks about Prophet Muhammad made by two ruling party leaders.
Our private lives, once protected, are also now commodifiable. And here is where consent becomes an issue.
An increase in mutual awareness and partnership will surely be conducive to peace in the region along the bumpy road ahead.
The role that the TikTok algorithm—alarmingly characterised as the Weapon of the Century—plays in a national poll will have to be watched with interest.
Road crashes have become the norm in Bangladesh, claiming lives on a regular basis.