Army faces a tough mob in front of it. But it has more to fear from the mob behind it, egging it on
Lessons from the ’70s: How we tackled the food shortages
Government, security agencies must urgently address questions raised by the Assam fake encounter probe
K.P.S. Gill played a key role in carving Punjab's victory, though imperfect, against terrorism
A survey shows that it is numerically insignificant. The unusual attention that is being devoted to the practice is politically motivated and a waste of resources
Truth is, the movement for equality of Muslim women has been hijacked by political parties with their own axe to grind.
Do we want our beloved Kashmir to become another Syria?
Four states and two Union Territories will have a one-day poll (Orissa, Himachal, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Pondichery).
France’s centrist new president inherits a deeply divided country
PM Modi’s second visit to Sri Lanka must help restore deeper cultural connect between the two nations
It has limited gains for India, even in Kulbhushan Jadhav case. India, Pakistan need to sit across the table, talk to each other
As Bill writes his first thriller, fans will read between his lines
But with Republic TV, only the Opposition is being chased.
Nikahnamas that bar triple talaq could work much better than making the practice illegal.
Six months later, it is clear that it achieved next to nothing, and inflicted a large cost on the poor and the informal sector.
AAP’s EVM allegations are unsubstantiated. EC invitation to parties is a welcome signal of its openness to questions
Pakistan has fooled India a dozen times, always to find India back at the negotiating table.
I am 28, and my phase of obsessing over a rising popstar happened with the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, whose songs I listened to on my walkman, and whose posters dotted my room.
If decision-makers in Pakistan have determined that Kulbhushan Jhadav must die, then it seems unlikely that there is much the ICJ can do to stop this from happening.
Each of the 11 quotes is accompanied by a different photo of the PM praying or lighting a candle or offering flowers or standing next to Buddhist priests in front of a variety of iconostasis bathed in brilliant orange.
New Delhi must now build coalitions of economic significance.
“The brutality of Pak military against their own people is well-known, whether in Baluchistan or in Sindh.”
Cow vigilantism is a tragedy in many parts — a rousing, a lynching, a reflection of change
History stands testimony that the army, navy and air force always cooperate during wars. The demand for integrating the three forces through a theatre command is misplaced
Carter praised Desai’s speech at the co-ordinating bureau of non-aligned countries.
Like so many other epics in the Subcontinent, and beyond, Baahubali takes place in and upholds a socio-religious order that serves a particular politics.
Hype around war gets a new life in India, Pakistan, increasing public support for the armed forces
Appropriated by the alt-right, Pepe the Frog had to die
Government, RBI move to a time-bound resolution framework for recovery of bad loans is timely
Does the apex court need to lock up an errant judge and gag the press to protect its dignity?
Interpreting instruction in an over-the-top manner, especially before an exam, is playing with people’s future prospects.
Missing the woods for the trees can neither salvage the government’s image, nor address the crisis.
India must ramp up its internal connectivity to counter China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
The RSS health wing promises designer babies like Germanic heroes. The fairness cream industry must be quaking.
The Janata Party may have a coalition with the Akali Dal but not with the CPM in Punjab. In West Bengal, the question of a coalition with the CPM is still open. In Tamil Nadu, the Janata Party will go it alone.
It is a remarkable moment for France, the country voting for the 39-year-old political newbie, Emmanuel Macron, as its next president.
Nehru and Ambedkar broke taboos with personal ties that challenged prejudices. Such acts now attract lynch mobs. Worse, there are attempts to sanitise violence, making it seem the new normal.
Eman, potential poster girl for medical tourism, leaves behind a public relations disaster
Why ‘Developmental Hindutva’ is a misnomer.
The spectre of a far-right tide sweeping Europe may be an illusion, for now.
The fact that AAP leaders, like Bhagwant Mann, debunked the EVM story and stated other factors were important is just one sign of the profound disquiet in the AAP.