WhatsApp Uncle on how to pass exams with flying colours, with a little help from the PM.
We should not ignore this poll… what does it matter, all this law-shaw? Court said let that Bhansali film release, but Karni Sena warriors are still on the street…Go now! Vote in that online poll deciding the fate of Ram Temple. What, you don’t believe me?
An objecting Sena, capitulating governments lead India down a dangerous path
My family… see… I also have a sense of humour. But chutkula is chutkula, and deshprem is deshprem.
There is clean air all around us in Delhi, if only we look for it and not buy propaganda, says WhatsApp Uncle.
As 2017 ended, Facebook found itself under fire, and the ways in which the giants of social media handle these issues will determine the ways in which the world consumes and processes information in 2018.
Ideas, clearly, are what your letters deal with. That you counsel an “examined life”, the tough task of speaking truth to power and unravelling the hypocrisies, fallacies, and ethical lacunae of our times is certainly advice well taken.
For the first time in 1,200 years, says WhatsApp Uncle, we have a government that is protecting ladies and their men’s honour.
Being radical and rebellious has never been this easy
For those who read His Dark Materials as children (and likely re-read it as adults), La Belle Sauvage is another chance to enter a world where a repressive church and state try to control diversity, sexuality and knowledge.
China’s Social Credit System, India’s Aadhaar show consumerism subverts privacy
Bite of the Black Dogs, his third novel, is based on operations carried out by the Indian Army at the height of the insurgency in the Kashmir Valley in the 1990s.
UP CM’s encouragement of religious displays in police stations is troubling.
India’s urban elites are wilfully blind to their complicities in the exploitation of domestic workers
The format of the book is simple enough: Each page busts a common notion that members or supporters of the Hindutva right often articulate, and has become, in certain circles, accepted fact.
This Dog Barking takes us through Krishnamurti’s journey, and back again, and even highlights the futility of his endeavours.
Both terrorists and governments are alleged to have used them — in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Syria and Israel
The little transgressions protect a people from the power of big ideologies. Go ahead, get wasted.
Like so many other epics in the Subcontinent, and beyond, Baahubali takes place in and upholds a socio-religious order that serves a particular politics.
The significance of this transition of the cow to a creature both animal and divine, needing protection and veneration, was explored by the sociologist Louis Dumont in his seminal work, Homo Hierarchicus
The idea of RSS and RSS-backed organisations having a history of Ambedkarite sympathies, however, had far from universal appeal.
Between the two lies the anti-Romeo Squad
Both the communists and the Hindu Right saw the dismantling of the Congress as an essential precursor to their own growth and implementation of their grand narrative.
Harry Potter is great, LOTR is legendary. But to navigate the world, children — and the rest of us — also need to read Philip Pullman’s work
Political battle over demonetisation will reveal if the Indian citizen has changed.
The agency has been working in the country for nearly a decade, and as India’s relationship with Israel, so has MASHAV’s engagement in the country.
The expectation for the Japanese is that India could stand up tall as a torch-bearer for internationally accepted norms and rules, says Dr Tomohiko Taniguchi.
For years now, young people have googled and researched his songs and their lyrics and discovered the politics of his art – liberal, egalitarian and pacifist. While Dylan certainly deserves the Nobel prize, its not for literature.
The first debate, in fact, changed nothing. Both candidates played themselves. And that is dangerous for Clinton. The pool of undecided voters isn't that large and her “likeability” has always been under question.
Describing soldiers who died in Uri as martyrs does them a disservice
Did Pakistan always play such a dominant role in how we defined ourselves as a nation? What do we stand for, when we wave our flag and shout slogans on the street?