Reactions to Mukherjee’s visit to Nagpur hold the mirror to Left-liberals, not RSS
When repressive laws were oppressively implemented, and the people looked in vain to the courts
It was scripted into coming together of BJP with PDP. In run-up to 2019, polarised J&K will add fuel to BJP fire.
Turkish president’s re-election is a reminder: The route to authoritarianism can be paved with democracy, elections.
Protests against felling of trees in Delhi signal a possibility — of a broader ownership of environmental issues and concerns.
Narrowing it to language impoverishes humanities, other knowledge systems.
The stories of great religious traditions are needed to make sense of the world. In their stagnation, lie dangers of fundamentalism
Only 21 per cent of India’s milk production gets processed through the organised sector and the rest passes through unorganised small players. And that’s where the crisis is most intense.
Congress-I president Indira Gandhi said she was visiting the Paunar ashram to frame a new programme for the betterment of the poor with the blessings of Acharya Vinoba Bhave.
New Zealand Prime Minister’s pregnancy and motherhood have sent out some remarkable signals — for working women and men.
the delegation came “looking for an “unbiased approach to election from India” and claimed “a positive change in the attitude of New Delhi to have a credible, inclusive and neutral election”.
As Nepal walks tightrope between India and China, Delhi must focus on delivering on its own commitments to Kathmandu.
Remembering Emergency: The people must stay at the forefront of protecting democracy.
If not Modi then who could be India’s next prime minister? Is it time to start asking this question? I think it could be because Indian voters are today more impatient than they were 10 years ago, and they are much more aspirational.
A referendum in the Indian part of J&K should ask the people a simple question: Do you wish to stay in India or not?
TMC chief Mamata Banerjee is a seasoned political player. Her recent meeting with Congress leader Ahmed Patel is seen as an attempt to compensate for not attending Rahul Gandhi’s iftar.
Bergman was very fond of the Faroe Islands, the island of sheep. With the death of his wife Ingrid von Rosen, he was alone with only the sheep of the island.
When the political parties demanded a ceasefire for the Ramzan month, the Chief of Army Staff had taken upon himself the responsibility of answering the demand and had said, “Azaadi is not going to happen, never… if you want to fight us, then we will fight you with all our force.” Following the imposition of Governor’s rule, he repeated the cliched phrase that “anti-terror operations will continue” and added “we don’t have any kind of political interference”.
To reform education system, provide a level playing field, regardless of caste, sex, or income. Stop subsidising higher education for the rich.
Events of 1984 still scar the Punjab mindscape. A People’s Commission and a Peace Memorial are needed.