An insider’s assessment of the 2014 elections goes beyond the obvious.
‘We are fighting to replace abusive word prostitute, along comes a Minister who uses it as insult,’ says Bharati Dey.
Notices having been issued, the petition is to be heard in three weeks in the matter.
The BJP too has gone back to Lohia to taunt socialists and remind them to focus their anger on the Nehru-Gandhi family.
An enjoyable analysis of Narendra Modi’s winning election campaign last year.
Over the implications of recent incidents, Cardinal Cleemis said they were ‘disfiguring the whole secular fabric’.
On March 2, 1991, two Haryana constables — Prem Singh and Raj Singh — were arrested for ‘snooping’ outside Rajiv Gandhi’s home at 10, Janpath.
An Indian and Mauritian recall struggle to get World Heritage Site status for the landing point of indentured labour.
Bhatta-Parsaul’s agitation and Congress’ championing of farmers impacted by the acquisition, which had a context then, remains a test case today.
Seema Chishti unpacks SC order which says that a ‘re-convert’ to Hinduism from Christianity would be entitled to quota benefits.
In an interview with IE, Sen speaks on some of the questions that have been raised about his relationship with the university. Excerpts.
The dish has come to telegraphically signal ‘anti-national’.
Dreze and Reetika Khera of IIT Delhi met Subramanian on February 10 to discuss their recent work on PDS leakages and related matters.
The CBCI is understood to have conveyed its displeasure to Syro-Malabar church authorities.
Delhi and Puducherry are seen as Union Territories with Assemblies, and are called ‘half-states’ even though the term does not technically exist.
The voters’ expectations will now force AAP to think big.
Why a victory or setback in the national capital matters
Desired or dismissed, party stirs Patel Nagar, a seat whose choice has invariably formed govt.
On Janpath, even Congress loyalists and Modi fans acknowledge AAP.
Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee said that the 'Constitution itself is secular', and a debate is 'totally unnecessary'.
Roznama Khabrain writes that Obama laid emphasis on his observation that India can develop only if it is not divided on religious lines.
Data was analysed using National Sample Survey 68th round, 2011-12, and information available with Health Ministry.
Shoaib Iqbal explains his decision to switch parties, as do Chaudhry Sahi Ram and Krishna Tirath. Seema Chishti reports.
Opinions and expectations differ but there is agreement on the likelihood of a close election.
In India, the Constitution guarantees free speech but not the right to offend. A look at what has constrained and qualified that right.
There will be a session on the slogan of ‘inclusive growth’ and to point out discrepancies.
One of the stalwarts of Urdu literature, Pakistani writer Intizar Husain on his childhood in India, the politics of language and the intolerance towards minorities in Pakistan.
Delhi architect beefs up Nathuram’s views with his own to serve ‘democracy’.
The Centre said last week that it would start consultations for a consensus on a Uniform Civil Code at the earliest.
US-based doctor and writer has written his most recent book, ‘Being Mortal’.
The health system, he warned, was becoming a threat to individual well-being.
Seema Chishti explains issues in the debate.
Going by respondents’ admissions, untouchability is the most widespread among Brahmins, followed by OBCs.
When the Trinamool Congress twirled umbrellas in the House on Tuesday, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan asked them to not ‘introduce new styles of protest’.
An exhibition on Nehru’s first Cabinet tells of his capacious idea for India.
The BJP is faced with a serious dilemma on this issue.
Naseeruddin Shah’s memoir is a blisteringly honest account of his life and the foibles of the creative community.