Home minister Zail Singh declared in the Rajya Sabha that the government had no intention to go back on the national consensus on the cut-off date for identifying and deporting foreigners from Assam.
Now, Modi has demanded a behaviour change from us in reference to social distancing in his call for a “janata curfew” on March 22. His second move, asking the nation to clap together, is to demand that we function in unison in a disciplined manner.
Covid-19 has proved to be an opportunity for reviving SAARC, but it remains to be seen if this prospect becomes a reality. The government has been cautious in describing such expectations as “premature”.
Congress cannot seem to hold together, out of power or in it. Madhya Pradesh drama shows BJP in poor light too
Pradip Kumar Banerjee defined Indian football of a different time, first as player, then as coach
Guilty of December 16, 2012, have been hanged. That’s their punishment, but the crime is still to be fully confronted
In Pakistan, most women living away from big cities have to survive in a hostile environment. Almost half of Pakistan’s 225 million population comprises women, which means half of Pakistan is getting a raw deal in the 21st century.
The COVID-19 pandemic has repercussions beyond the biomedical sector — it impinges on industry, transport, finance, banking and education sectors. All of them must act in unison.
If we are really fed up with the separation model of secularism and want to adopt the jurisdiction model with India being declared a Hindu rashtra or giving Hinduism the status of dominant spiritual heritage, we must ensure that it brings with it genuine liberalism.
As individuals, we need to support all those who work for us, and provide assurance to them if we can, about job continuity, at least for the short term.
Nature is reminding us to acknowledge, with humility, our quintessential equality and inter-dependency
Kerala Police’s dancing, hand-washing video shows a force in step with the times
It is only through free, unified and collective mobilisation that India can achieve lasting peace, justice and prosperity. Your country’s founding fathers understood this necessity. Their vision should remain at the heart of your future.
The government should remember that while this appointment may ostensibly be at the pleasure of the President, it comes at a great cost to the people of India. History will not forget or forgive this “scar”.
It will fill void due to BSP decline, unite Dalit-Bahujan agitations, counter threats to Constitution from Manuvadi parties
Faultlines created by digital divide and differential access are being underlined by coronavirus crisis. It’s a sobering warning
Amid alarm bells, PM strikes the right chord as he delivers larger cautionary notes and much-needed assurances
Coronavirus crisis is an opportunity for Delhi to build on domestic technological capabilities in artificial intelligence, big data analytics, life sciences and health technology in the private sector.
The Janata Parliamentary board has decided by a majority that no functionary of the party or its legislator shall take part in the day-to-day activities of the RSS.
Justice Gogoi’s actions are not simply a case of one bad apple. His actions will now cast doubt on the Court as a whole; every judgment will now be attributed to political motives.
All the shows which have returned to the small screen during lockdown