Lotika Varadarajan used oral history, archival sources to trace journeys of objects
SC does well to criminalise marital rape of a minor wife. It also needs to classify child marriage as forced marriage
A question for KBC: Why has current affairs replaced Bollywood on the show?
Linking demonetisation with job losses is simplistic and naive.
Public health and education programmes are the best way to tackle India’s hunger problem.
While sections of the Congress party are voting with their feet against 83-year-old Virbhadra Singh’s nomination, the BJP camp is divided between veteran Prem Singh Dhumal and the much younger Union health minister J P Nadda
Since the early 2000s, as a co-existence strategy, India and China have formulated “enough space in Asia” for both countries. However, with OBOR, China appears to be gobbling up such spaces in Asia and beyond.
Humans are imperiling the homes of animals. And corrective measures aren’t still up to the mark
India ought to engage Myanmar on the Rohingya crisis; expelling refugees will diminish its stature on the global stage
For India, the CCP meet is a moment to assess the consequences of Beijing’s rise and implications of Xi’s consolidation
Pope Paul six offered his life for the well-being of the hostages in the Lufthansa Boeing 737 in Mogadishu, it was learned
The campus needs gender sensitisation as the proportion of female students rises
SC verdict on child marriage makes a break with cultural norms. Now, back it with policy to restore childhoods
The Organiser editorial says though there is “talk about denigrating or defaming Hindu festivals and sentiments” and “despite the restrictions on firecrackers” the mood will remain upbeat.
As the US recalibrates its ties with Pakistan and Afghanistan, India must find ways to intervene in the new strategic spaces.
The Supreme Court judgment banning the sale of firecrackers this Diwali is a call to action. All Delhi residents must welcome this first step towards ensuring clean air in the city.
Gujarat election campaign: Between Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s last visit and this one, the BJP at least seems to be taking Rahul Gandhi more seriously.
Sangeet Som’s comments that the Taj Mahal is a blot on Indian culture is embedded in chief minister Yogi Adityanath’s own world-view in which he believes that the monument to love is not a part of “Bhartiya sanskriti’
Now that everyone is supposed to have either everything or nothing, what is left to gift this Diwali?
Creation of space, cyber and special operations commands is a good beginning. They need to be nurtured
Yes, Sangeet Som is just one BJP MLA. But the party can’t distance itself from his shameful remarks on the Taj Mahal
The AICC session was concluded in a hurry, in the hope to give both sides time to cool off but a group led by Kanataka Chief Minister Devraj Urs began collecting signatures to hold another session to censure Reddy
He is erroneously believed to be a proponent of the two-nation theory
Their silence on questions of caste could make them complicit in oppression of Dalit-Bahujan
A fractured polity, civil-military tensions cast a pall over upcoming state polls.
CBI must explain why it rejected its own finding: There were people in the house other than the Talwars.
The dip in India’s economic growth is a temporary blip. There is no scope for gloom.
Unlike his predecessor Gajendra Chauhan, no one can point a finger at Anupam Kher’s credentials. But before expressing relief or congratulating Smriti Irani for making the right choice, we should also ask who the other FTII Society members are and why their names haven’t been made public.
It seems the Western hostages were in the hands of good terrorists, the ones that listen to GHQ Rawalpindi, don’t hurt Pakistan and in times of need, dance like circus monkeys for visiting spectators according to the diktat of an ISI colonel.
India’s consistently poor performance on Global Hunger Index should be a matter of urgent concern to country’s policymakers
For want of evidence, no one killed Aarushi and Hemraj. The only known perpetrator is a bungled investigation
Announcing the discovery of oil in a well on structure 38-B which is about 70 kilometres south-west of Bombay, the minister for petroleum, H.N. Bahuguna, said production testing had shown that the capacity of the well was 1,475 barrels a day, which was a welcome sign
India continues to lack a clear roadmap for encouraging the use of clean fuel
BJP successfully occupied the space of a regional party in the state. Congress strategy is still made in Delhi.
Judiciary, itself badly discredited, may not be able to settle any dispute.
Protests by women students for equality in hostel rules have sparked a debate on gender bias on campus. It’s a first step.
Photos of the Tianjin Binhai Library's floor-to-ceiling book shelves generated a huge buzz on social media. Unfortunately, though, it seems the photos were all an illusion as the top shelves don't - and can't - have actual books on them.