The quality of Indian police in public affairs has come in for criticism routinely from the public.
Modi’s plan for Congress-free India gets a serious hearing
Whatever the truth about Modi’s degrees, his Hindutva ideologues planted far more serious falsehoods for political...
Modi begins third year in office next week with promise of respite from recent electoral losses.
Does Khan’s victory indicate that racism is over in Britain? The answer is no.
The sight of mothers is universal who weep over the bodies of their fallen soldier-sons.
The envoys are of the view that the recent meeting between the foreign secretaries of both sides was a positive step.
Islamabad raises RAW’s involvement, Samjhauta probe; New Delhi puts emphasis on Pathankot inquiry, ‘Pakistan-based
Whatever be the compulsions, the language of fascism is nicely in vogue.
In India, people are cursing their luck. The government is cursing the people.
The fireworks that caused the calamity in Kerala over the weekend were foreign to Indian culture.
What could be the real reason behind an apparent Indian-Saudi bonhomie?
Burning an influential book in a rightward hurtling society could be like destroying the evidence to a horrific crime.
Hindutva is hoping to spread a state-induced, thought-changing vocabulary among India’s liberal classes.
While Mir talks about Hinduism he sounds romantic. But when a communist seeks a deity’s blessings it is reason to wonder
Smiling benevolently at his tormentors, Kanhaiya likened the prime minister to a railway station con artist.
From the Bible Belt in America to the cow belt in India, religiously driven atavism is routinely whipped up.
Indian government’s agreeable posture appears to follow reported progress on Pathankot air base attack probe in Pakistan
The day Bhutto was laid low, many JNU students didn’t eat. There was more sorrow than at the passing away of Mao Zedong.
No law book was thrown at him, nor was he harassed or threatened with lynching as happens in India these days.