If Pakistan is causing problems for India, why rush to the UK or the US?
The real reason for the differences between the father and his son, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, lies closer home.
It shamed me to watch Karan Johar appear on national television last week to plead abjectly for his film.
In the days preceding the summit, India was preoccupied with one subject: Pakistan-sponsored terrorism.
India-EU water management co-operation will benefit millions
When even Pakistan has banned triple talaq, our ‘liberals’ argue the uniform civil code should not be introduced until India solves all problems related to women — nay, all problems related to womankind.
His career underlines there is nothing holy about jihad by state and non-state actors.
Contradictions are mounting within. India’s diplomacy could explore alternative groupings.
We are all stakeholders in its ability to speak, sing and dance
Climate justice must be ingrained in the rules of the new climate compacts.
There are great advantages of redefining military action as surgery — for one, it mobilises the rhetoric of health.
Under PM Modi, a new synergy between India’s economic and foreign policy.
Despite his outrageous views, Donald Trump represents hope to many Americans.
The jailing of Khurram Parvez appears unjust — and against the government’s own self-interest in these troubled times in Kashmir.
Tamil Nadu is misusing hate speech laws by arresting people for social media comments.
SC stand on triple talaq remains to be seen. But male monopoly over reading of Islam is under serious challenge.
The theatre of conflict has shifted to media where battles are lost and fought on a daily basis
When Manju became an unsung warrior in a proxy war against the nation
Bravado has overtaken the sense of sobriety that BJP should have shown after the surgical strikes
Sharing culture humanises India and Pakistan — banning this pushes both from peace towards war.
Noting that Shiv Sena has no existence in UP, it asks if Nawazuddin had his target elsewhere.
Free competition and access to knowledge have been the default legal norm for many a nation.
Court has been remarkably kind to DGP Rathore, who was convicted of sexual assault.
Bob Dylan speaks to both the high brow and the ordinary folk. Labels should not limit art or sequester it.
Goa was a predictable photo-op, the real deal was the trade and aid partnerships.
South Asia needs mutual accommodation in solving problems. It needs a feminist foreign policy.
Along with a true appreciation of its actions, the army deserves the support of the people. But that support should not be mistaken for a privileged standing that places it above all criticism.
On its part, India must move away from from the idea of parity with China to finding ways to cope with the consequences of the growing gap in material capabilities.
Islamic scholars and women’s organisations have held that the practice has no religious or Quranic sanction and yet the AIMPLB is opposing any attempt at reform as an interference in religious matters.
Terror from Pakistan is a global problem but Pakistan is — and will be — India’s headache more than anybody else’s.
Album for album, Bob Dylan has sold many a time more than Leonard Cohen.
India lacks the institutional mechanisms to deal with the death of firms and the failure of banks.
Just before Dahal’s Delhi trip, clear indications had come from the Chinese side that the much-anticipated visit of President Xi would not take place either on his way to or return from the BRICS meet in Goa.
Owing to the political credence accorded to religious groups, the Indian state has chosen to remain strangely ambiguous in its stand against unscientific practices propagated within most of these groups.
The opposition’s main contention is that the GM mustard hybrid incorporates three alien genes — barnase, barstar and bar — rendering it inherently unsafe for human and animal health.
President Vladimir Putin is happy to help him in bombing civilians and aid convoys, and starving Aleppo of medical supplies. No one knows how many have died or how many will yet die.