TV stations try to rustle up khichdi fears, forgetting it’s comfort food. Elsewhere, Russia has touched a nerve with the Brits
Kejriwal’s apology to Majithia is a sign: AAP does not have political nerve or resources to back up its erstwhile audacity
BJP is alienating its allies while concentrating the energies of its opponents
Front page of The Indian Express on March 17, 1978
Bali is pulling the internet plug for a day. Global mental health would improve if everyone did it
Time was when judiciary shrank from brawling with executive in Pakistan. No more
Sonia Gandhi’s fear that the Congress is being perceived as a Muslim party completes the community’s abandonment
The demand is a call for upholding local practices of belonging
The country’s politics has ignored the farmers. Perhaps it is time they change the country’s politics
It must use its organisation and determination to decolonise the Indian mind, end the intellectual hegemony of left-liberals
The last episode of ‘The Wire’ was aired 10 years ago. But the American TV series holds a mirror to India today.
Challenge after euthanasia verdict is to ensure dignity to the poor.
PM’s vision and development initiatives have led to integration of the Northeast with the rest of the country.
With a special issue on race, ‘National Geographic’ confronts an uncomfortable record of reporting the world in racist frames
By circumventing discussion on Finance Bill, government invites accusations of using its numbers to constrict debate
Government must heed RBI concerns. It must swiftly settle issue of separation of bank ownership and control
Front page of the Indian Express on March 16, 1978
Trump’s sacking of Rex Tillerson portends further turmoil in US-Iran relations
BJP’s Opposition has scored a moral victory. Much hard work is needed to turn it into material success
In Delhi we took Stephen around, first to the Jantar Mantar about which he displayed great curiosity and the Qutub Minar which he had not heard about either. I told him that this tower has been rated above Giotto’s Campanile in Florence.
Amazon India Fashion Week AW’18: Gold tones, kimono-inspired designs, balloon sleeves reign supreme on Day 3
'The real success of a city depends on its ability to make available its facilities and resources equitably. Everybody who lives there must have access to what the city offers, be it housing, drinking water, healthcare, safety or educational opportunities,' says Sheila Dikshit.