The ‘Baahubali’ films highlight that even violence can be lyrical, that inventive imagination can bend and break barriers.
Forcing taxpayers to enrol for Aadhaar violates not just the voluntary nature of the scheme but also the constitutional guarantee against discrimination between different classes of people, argued Shyam Divan in the Supreme Court.
Even as the Pakistani opposition frets about the sudden visit of an Indian businessman, the military ups its hand by releasing the ‘confession’ of an ‘Indian-backed’ terrorist.
While some families have returned after the village sarpanch promised them safety, several others still feel that their homes are still unsafe.
Scientific facts have failed to quell misinformation, an assertion of democratic rights has failed to inspire trust and the EIA has failed as an instrument of legitimisation.
The moving story behind why a refugee family from Afghanistan has been forced to sleep on the roads of Delhi.
In conversation with Sarbananda Sonowal on corruption, the Citizenship Amendment Bill, beef politics and more.
While Trump has put in place a new culture of disruptive disagreement, institutional constraints and a vigorous media have combined to subject him to the rites of scrutiny and accountability.
Former president Ricardo Lagos, who is revered for standing up to the dictator Augusto Pinochet, says goodbye to public life.
There are many opportunities for the opposition, but the question is, are they up to it?
In conversation with The Wire, Dhirendra Jha talks about his book Shadow Armies: Fringe Organisations and Foot Soldiers of Hindutva.
Many people in Kashmir see the government ban on social media sites as a sign of the state’s weakness in the face of continuing protests.
“The websites www.srishtanews.com and www.dainikbharat.com are spreading reports claiming that JNU students are glorifying the Sukma Naxal attack,” JNUSU president Mohit Kumar Pandey said.
The results were released despite calls by the opposition to delay a final announcement while they appealed against major flaws in the voting process.
“We have no issues if the matter is settled but there is a decree of this court and it should be taken into account during the talks,” Supreme Court said.
The electric taxi is one of the ambitious projects of the NDA government, part of the UNDP millennium goals and also a method to tackle increasing pollution in the country.
Now in ruins, the once-towering temple loomed above the ancient skyline, perhaps as tall as the Acropolis in Athens, and could be seen from afar by ships.
Trump, asked if he considered North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un to be rational, said he was operating from the assumption that he is rational.
Trump said he did not want to create problems for Chinese President Xi Jinping when Beijing appears to be helping efforts to rein in North Korea.
Yusra Mardini, a 19-year-old Syrian refugee who swam in the first ever refugee Olympic games last year, has been appointed as a UN goodwill ambassador.
In March, fewer temporary visas were issued under President Trump’s temporary travel ban which barred seven Muslim majority countries on safety grounds.
The Taliban said government forces would be “targeted, harassed, killed, or captured”, a week after the devastating attack that killed 135 Afghan soldiers.
He said that Iran’s economy had improved since his election but his views clash with Khamenei and other hardliners who dislike his policy towards the West.
Demand for beef is skyrocketing across Asia with potentially massive impacts on our planet. Is there a solution?
Three men transporting buffaloes in a truck were allegedly beaten up by vigilantes near Kalkaji metro station in south Delhi late last Saturday night.
Originally a financial tool used for social good, microfinance is now increasingly used to generate money.
The move comes after Angela Merkel called in December for a ban on full-face Muslim veils “wherever legally possible”.
From the Amazon to Nicaragua, there are humans who never learn numbers. What can these anumeric cultures teach us about ourselves?
The previously unreported figures will make uncomfortable reading for Prime Minister Modi who has ambitious plans for the modernisation of Indian railways.
“This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier”, Trump told Reuters in an interview.
If successful, the protest would mark Brazil’s first general strike in more than two decades and could be the biggest ever strike in the history of Brazil.
According to the UNHCR document, the government has begun clearing land for the “model villages” and will give the Rohingya plots and money to build homes.
The SC reiterated that no provision in the Act can make the appointment of the Lokpal invalid because of a vacancy in the selection committee.
A long-time friend writes about Martand Singh’s drive and commitment to document Indian textiles and reveal them to the world.
The refusal of India’s telecom regulator to take action and Jio’s free data strategy has meant that the amount of money contributed towards the universal service obligation fund has dropped. Meanwhile, only urban teledensity keeps shooting up.
Refugees are both more likely to apply for citizenship and twice as likely as other migrant groups to have to retake the test.
Researchers and farmer groups have lauded the KCR government’s proposals, but grass-roots level workers have questioned their sustainability, calling for a more holistic and eco-friendly approach instead.
There is no law prescribing reservation for general category candidates in public employment and therefore there’s no question of reserved category candidates being selected against “their seats”.
Bhushan claimed that despite the irregularities by the Delhi government in the transfer of government college land to an autonomous body came to light in October, the AAP government failed to take action.
In an aggressive show of strength during its “Day of the Sun” celebration, North Korea presented a mock-up video of the country’s ballistic missiles destroying an American city.
Ceylon Petroleum Corporation workers oppose role for India in development of strategic port assets.
The PDP-BJP government has banned 22 social media platforms, claiming that continued instability in the Valley forced the government to take the harsh measure.
In the forty-second episode of Jan Gan Man Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the failure of Congress and PM Narendra Modi’s poor governance.
The Centre had asked the apex court to recall its order saying that the judgment had hampered the army’s ability to respond to insurgent and terrorist situations.