Increasing alienation between the North and South in political discourse is fuelled by deep cultural anxieties
In the welcome accorded to her in Pakistan, there are heartening signs of change
Independence without adequate funds, leadership will not help universities flourish
The challenge now for the government is to make Air India an attractive buy
The failure to secure board exam shows the CBSE, HRD ministry in poor light. Those responsible must be punished
Going by TV commentators, it seems that ball tampering is part of cricket.
Amrit Nahata, MP, said that V C Shukla had used threats to make him withdraw his case in the Supreme Court against the Union government.
They disapprove of Hindu nationalism, but support the constitutionally consecrated view of the nation
Euthanasia verdict was not within the Supreme Court’s ambit to deliver
First step to bring normalcy to J&K must be a restoration of the 2003 ceasefire agreement.
In addressing the ‘Muslim question’, left-liberals have been extremely hesitant in acknowledging the Ashraf-Pasmanda divide.
North Korea is coming out of its isolation and seems willing to negotiate. The gains must not be frittered away
Supreme Court’s order should enable the administration and police to move more effectively against these social assemblies
Assembly elections in the state will impact the future course of the BJP and the Congress in significant ways
@narendramodi retweets the Madhavpur Mela event in Gujarat, which celebrates the union of Krishna of Gujarat with Rukmini of Arunachal Pradesh, and which earlier this week turned into an occasion to take potshots at China.
The Hindu Liberal-Left must take the time to engage with the Muslim public sphere not just by quoting Urdu poetry and enjoying Sufi music and admiring Mughlai cuisine, but also by visiting madrassas and Islamic seminaries to understand to what extent they are communal
BJP’s defence in the NaMo app controversy is toothless, and laughable
The Pakistan Cricket Board announced that Pakistan will resume playing Test cricket with India after a lapse of about two decades.
Facebook has egg on its face again and this time it might stick
Abul Kalam Azad’s commitment to religion, the nation, lights the path for Muslims, secular Hindus
Papa CJ started stand-up comedy in 2004 after his visit to the annual Fringe festival in Edinburgh. Since then, amongst various places, he has performed at the Sydney Opera House and also at gun-point in South Africa, he quips.