How well a film does at the box office has nothing to do with its intrinsic worth.
Modi can draw from history as he renews India’s engagement with Japan.
Ishant Sharma should be one among the three pacers India will be looking to play the 2015 WC.
Creative talent in Hollywood is learning to sneak artistry and individuality into studio tentpoles.
U.R. Ananthamurthy was a writer who possessed two ways — his own and that of the other.
Can it demonstrate that its persistent counsel to the Hurriyat has advanced the cause of peace in Jammu and Kashmir?
The problem is not with ministers’ foreign education but with their attitudes towards society
Disturbing new trends have emerged in rape judgments
Since Modi has centralised power, the buck rests with him
President need not disclose reason for dismissing a governor, but a cause must exist.
Multi-edition daily Sahafat proclaimed in its front-page report: Political commentators are of the view that the magic of Modi has started losing its glow.
Recent economic logjam underlines need to remake the state for the 21st century.
For U.R. Ananthamurthy, literature, at all times, was a satyagraha.
Getting out of the “Pak-centric mindset” would be in the best interest of India’s foreign policy, says an editorial in the Organiser.
In its orchestration and inflammatory appeal, the current campaign shares similarities with Hindu revivalist projects in the 1920s in UP.
For now, he has reason to smile. But does Nitish model need rescuing from Nitish?
If there is to be Israeli-Palestinian peace, Gaza must be its foundation.
Under the UGC Act, the HRD ministry has the power to declare any institution a “deemed to be university” (DU).
Exposure to television and digital media grew by leaps and bounds between 2005 and 2012.
The CPI’s NewAge says there was nothing “that could be really called first” in the speech.
The change of mind in Pakistan via-a-vis India is real. But foreign offices of both countries remain addicted to deadlocks.
In the inter-war period, the conflict between Indian nationalism and Britain sharpened steadily.
No one loves an Arab vacuum like jihadi extremists, and a bloody vacuum was precisely what Obama allowed Syria to become.
Families have a preferred number of sons at any given fertility level as well as a preferred fertility level.
Bihar’s grand alliance may declare victory. But to become an alternative to the BJP, its test begins now.
Gandhi (1982), an epic but intimate biographical film, was Richard Attenborough’s greatest triumph.
The priority ought to be to collectively deliberate on how to confront the present and clear danger posed by the IS.
Some Nepalese leaders, unhappy with Modi’s new approach, are preparing to raise the ‘ek madhes, ek pradesh’ demand.
A government shorn of Western educated ministers could change the status quo.
‘Neo-liberals’ emphasise sewers, sanitation and toilets, not ‘neo-communists’.
Flexible Asian coalitions that don’t include America or China should become a critical element of India’s strategy.
From Pakistan to Japan, China to US, he will be tested on ability to stick to them.