Narendra Modi has lots in common with Indira Gandhi in style, populism and opposition
Narendra Modi and Indira Gandhi are in contrasting contexts, yet there are striking similarities in their style and populism
Making a sense of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) elections
For an outsider, the JNU election is all about ‘laal salaam, comrade, hum ladenge saathi’ and of course, Kanhaiya Kumar.
Maybe the hyperbole confirms that Shashi Tharoor has fully joined the ranks of Indian political tradition.
If we don't really care about following the letter and spirit of Article 370, we can get rid of it.
Mediums have always shattered societies. Transition of man from one technology to the next one has never been simple and steady.
Winning a Supreme Court case shows some class but scuffles with civil servants are just the opposite.
The repeal of Article 370, which gives autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir, has long been a controversial topic in Indian politics.
we have industrial hubs, cosmopolitan pockets, metropolitan cities, metrosexual men, emancipated women, and instances of lynching. Many centuries also live in India, some of them making all of us uneasy.
Perhaps Bollywood is cocooned in a mist of luxury, with a serious coating of fluff and make-believe.
Most of the trolls who went after her were from her own side of the political divide.
Both the Congress and the BJP are guilty of often putting petty politics ahead of India's image and inetrests.
The trailer implicitly tells us that Dutt in all innocence wasn't aware of the repercussions of his actions.
Vacay goals, fitness goals, couple goals, pet goals. Let's go back to setting our own.
They used to think of green spaces, water, air and civic infrastructure. Our cities don't make sense anymore.
Aamir Khan is the only one who takes risks, and Shah Rukh Khan seems to trying. But Salman Khan and Rajinikanth have to find their balance.
Bangalore or Srinagar, journalists' murders stand for power and brutality, not democracy or civilisation
Bangalore or Srinagar, what has happened is a bloody quest for naked power.
Now that he has charmed RSS at Nagpur, Pranab Mukherjee should visit AMU to discuss Nehru and Jinnah
Here's an interesting take on ex-President Pranab Mukherjee's recent visit to the RSS HQ in Nagpur and the bitter controversies related to Nehru and Jinnah at the AMU.
14 of Bihar's jails hold more than 150 percent of their capacity.
Actors all across the world are owning up to the content that they accept to be part of.
Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are exemplary for the rest of India on many fronts. Surely, they can work this issue out.