Landed in Gurgaon village after falling out of aircraft; scientists were called in
Darwin’s theory is scientifically wrong and so, in schools and colleges it must be changed. Since man came on Earth, he has always been man, and will always be man.
The four senior Supreme Court judges – Justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokuar and Kurian Joseph – had in their press conference last week cited the assignment of the Loya case as one of the reasons for their differences with the CJI.
On Jan 7, a boom boy died in a TV set fire, going unnoticed for over 24 hours. As he works unseen, unheard, just out of the spotlight, Kumar isn’t surprised
Having failed to get a supplier for sweaters for school students, the Uttar Pradesh government recently decentralised the process, making School Management Committees responsible for the procurement and distribution of sweaters. Having gone through much of winter without sweaters, students in the state’s government schools have finally got one
Just one room of their own, filled with books on Constitution and euthanasia, and fear of being left alone. What drives the Mumbai-based Lavates’ plea for mercy death
Khap panchayats argue, including in Supreme Court, that falling sex ratio and other factors are encouraging changes within. But for family of Manoj, still waiting for justice in his murder along with wife Babli, courts are not enough to drive that change
Within four years of coming to power, Narendra Modi has transformed the political ideological map of India.
There is another acclaimed report published every year. It is the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER). We have a new report (2017) on the status of education in rural India and it was published on January 16, 2018.
The Supreme Court has said that an adult boy or girl should have the right to marry anyone they choose, without any panchayat, family or society,
having a say. Haryana set up 23 ‘safe homes’ for couples fighting all of the above seven years ago.
There was a brief moment 10 years or so ago when India was the flavour of Davos. There were Indian fashion shows and art exhibitions, Bollywood songs played in cafes and people danced to them in nightclubs.
Whether it is the scare over the Gujarat elections or the coming Lok Sabha polls in 2019, both Narendra Modi and Amit Shah appear keen to mend fences with the media.
India is home to many castes, subcastes, sects, faiths, creeds, ideologies and other undefined social groupings. Each one of these groups has its own beliefs and ways of thinking.
With four senior judges publicly questioning the Chief Justice of India’s role as ‘master of roster,’ team Indian Express walk the fault lines to find that allocation of cases is a deeply fraught issue.
Nitendra Singh Rawat and T Gopi will be chasing after a 2:13 timing at Mumbai marathon, and will even have a foreign pace setter in Marius Ionescu.
“Across the country, not just in Maharashtra, there is an upsurge by neglected castes. They are microscopic minorities, but when they come together, they become a major force”
Philippe Coutinho joined Barca from Liverpool for a club record 142 million pounds ($196 million) on January 6.
Girona have caused problems for the top teams all season and equalised in the 73rd minute which means Barcelona could have a 11-point lead by the end of the weekend.
Kerala Blasters would to look avenge their humiliating defeat in the first leg when they take on FC Goa in an Indian Super League match in Kochi on Sunday.
My family… see… I also have a sense of humour. But chutkula is chutkula, and deshprem is deshprem.
Malik Muhammad Jayasi’s Padmavat is not a story of religious war. It is a tale with a moral: earth is vanity, nothing lasts forever.
The lonely life of a forest bungalow guard in UP’s Pilibhit tiger reserve.
They know the forest like no one else. They are the first point of contact when you visit India’s reserves and national parks. Yet, they remain forever in the shadows. We look at the unknown and unsung men of our wildlife story — the guards, the chowkidaars, the mahouts, the trackers and others who rise from the dust and return to them. First up, the story of Umer Mia and others of his ilk.
Behind Ranthambore’s success story, men of extraordinary courage and integrity.
Anthony Martial gave Manchester United a hard-earned 1-0 win over Burnley at Turf Moor in the Premier League on Saturday.
Tamil Dalit writer Bama on 25 years of Karukku, writing in the language of her people and being a mentor-teacher to first-generation Dalit students.
On a slow trek in northwest Vietnam, negotiating the lush greens and rich ethnic culture of Sapa.
Inside one of Mumbai’s favourite ice cream shops.
Vivan Sundaram looks back at 50 years of his work.
It’s a futile exercise to seek authenticity in abstractions such as colour and language.
The flight of a black kite is a thing of breath-taking perfection.
A peek inside the beautiful, desolate havelis of Garli village in Kangra valley.
Tara Books travels to Japan for an exhibition that celebrates the exhilarating work of the Chennai-based indie publisher.
Do kids and wildlife go together? You’ll be surprised how.
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Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Sonam Kapoor: Fashion hits and misses of the week (Jan 14 – Jan 20)