After decades, the armed forces are finally able to exercise their voting franchise in the coming Assembly elections.
After three years of the Modi mandate, India stands at a fork in the road.
Acknowledging and including intersectionality recognises that a single feminism will not work for an array of women.
There is this nagging sense of deja vu, but to be honest no one was surprised by Salman Khan’s acquittal in Arms Act case.
Even after getting elected you haven't stopped lengthening the already too long a screed of lies.
Modi has bet that Indian diaspora can enhance its contribution to India's economic development, act a bridge to the nations that host them, and help promote India's broader international goals.
Modi government is making the same mistakes that Nehru once made. It was Nehru's naive idealism that we are paying for in Kashmir and with China.
This is a response to a blog that appeared in the Quint after the mass molestation in Bengaluru on the New Year Eve.
What if we were to focus on building communities, and not cities in such an ad hoc manner?
Financial transparency is the raison detere for Aam Aadmi Party. The party claims that it will operate with 100 per cent transparency in its financial procedures and practices.
Bengaluru mass molestation: Chief Minister, your home minister Mr G Parameshwara is the shame of India for mindlessly blaming the sexual assaults of hundreds of women upon the victims themselves.
It seems our 50-day prayers have been answered and the cash-rich gods of cashless land have loosened their purse strings a bit more.
Domestically and internationally, the Modi government is stumbling from one blunder to another.
The tongue-twister names take a little getting used to, but it doesn’t take long to feel at home with the unhurried hospitality, which can teach you a thing or two!
Dear Taimur, I hope you also grow up with the freedom one day to do whatever you want with your name. Include your illustrious mother in it. Or break free from all.
PM Modi, if they could magically reappear in flesh and blood on the Indian soil, how would Shivaji and Patel, icons of India, respond to being cast, nay imprisoned in stone?
The focus is on protagonists own struggle with love and relationships; there is little or no involvement of parents or for that matter even society.
As the AAP government completes nearly three years, it has failed to usher in the two most pivotal changes required in the National Capital Region: Seamless mobility and a habitable environment.
The Government insists there was no bungling and everything is going according to plan. An inquiry into what that implies.
The problem is real. We need to get those voices in our head, that constantly remind us of what needs to be done, to stop! In short, we need to practice doing nothing.
Indian politics is nothing if not about brazening it out. And for that the Congress vice-president's speeches, objections and interjections have to be a little more than mystery wrapped in enigma.
I mention demonetisation only to point out that unfortunately the Congress' response to it has been worse than anaemic.
'King Khan', after you sold out to hate and fear in a deplorable deal with Thackeray's MNS, what do we call you?
Two things that the government itself is not denying are hardships caused to people and setback to economy. It is, however, rationalising these as the "price we need to pay to clean up the system".
You don’t get discriminated against because you are white; you get admired because you are white. And sometimes even molested.
As we chase success, we tend to forget that our real achievements lie in acts of compassion.
We could have achieved the purpose set out for demonetisation with far lesser cost, lesser pain albeit with greater effort.
Clearly, the poor have no morality, if we go by PM Modi’s Robinhood-style address to the nation.
Team Indus is the only Indian team in this Google-sponsored global effort.
Black money stashes are not turning into rubbish, but the government’s stated objectives are
Since 2014 India has been seeing a consistent attack on institutions and people who have spoken against the government.
Things are changing and even entertainment news has lost its sting.
What if we were a cashless economy, a digitised polity with everyone owning a smartphone and, more importantly, knowing how to use it.
From midnight, there will be some changes. We will not accept the vegetable waste they supply us for food.
Demonetisation could have led to perhaps the biggest push mobile Internet has got in the country
The misplaced sense of patriarchy in Dileep's words directed towards 'protecting the honour' of Kavya Madhavan who has been affected by rumours that surrounded them, was too obvious to go unnoticed.