CPM said that “what happened at the 102nd Indian Science Congress held at Mumbai… surpasses even the surreal”.
Why is the Prime Minister not publicly rebuking them for dragging Hindutva into his mandate in the ugliest way?
Till late Tuesday night, the Sena leadership was hopeful of a face-saving deal with the BJP.
Mohan Bhagwat told them change can come only if government and society work together.
The prohibition against inter-community marriages is not an invention of Hindutva. But Hindutva articulates and disseminates it most systematically, writes Tanika Sarkar.
Says both leaders blinded by power, claims tried to prevent the ‘disastrous’ break-up between BJP, Sena
Won’t promise roads, will shut 800 illegal slaughterhouses, says party chief’s sister
In its August 30 editorial, the RSS mouthpiece invoked English primatologist Jane Goodall and her research on Chimpanzees to explain the dynamics of ‘love jihad’.
The scope of the book is vast; while this provides a narrative of impressive scale, it sometimes detracts from in-depth analysis.
BJP’s return at the Centre has reopened the question: what constitutes the middle ground of India’s democratic politics?
Polarising politics of secular parties is creating communal tensions.
Congress leader Digvijay Singh, in a series of tweets, described the RSS chief as “Hitler.”
Nationalism is a 19th century European idea.
A family that votes together is bound to debate endlessly.
Hindutva and development complement each other. Hindutva is guarantee of development and security, says BJP leader Adityanath.