A look at the lives of locals and those affected by pellet guns during the weeks of violence and protests in the Valley, before the curfew was finally lifted after 51 days.
The BJP may be inclined to fuel hyper Hindu nationalist sentiment by making Pakistan a villain during the UP election campaign. To prove himself a true statesmen, the prime minister must fight this temptation.
There must be ex ante human rights impact assessment of the trade agreements and investment treaties that are being negotiated by the ASEAN Community.
On the first anniversary of the scholar’s murder, a silent walk and public meeting is being held in Dharwad to remember him and demand justice.
In refusing to compensate people who were incarcerated on false charges, the Indian judiciary displays a worrying lack of responsibility.
Letters between Nehru and India’s ambassador in the US shed light on his stand that while India was “certainly entitled to a permanent seat in the security council,” it would be dangerous for this to come at the cost of China.
The US sees the relationship in the context of India’s larger role in Asia, first as a counter-weight to China, and then as a partner in the US-led order. India, unsure of its future role in the region, is mainly looking for transactional benefits.
Both countries also announced they will resume their stalled trilateral meeting with Afghanistan – just as Kabul is expressing growing frustration over Pakistan failing to act against the Taliban.
The ‘Make In India’ campaign aims to make India a global manufacturing hub, but RBI data suggests that both FDI in manufacturing and the percentage of FDI flowing to manufacturing declined in 2015-16.
Five scholars from NIT Surathkal talk about the struggles of being women in science and the difficulties of pursuing higher education.
Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement will enable their militaries to use each other’s assets and bases for repair and replenishment of supplies.
Activists are hopeful that the judgments will help deter private companies from functioning with impunity and under the cover of governmental apathy.
Its makers call it YInMn Blue, named after the elements it consists of: yttrium, indium and manganese.
The MPISA only seeks to address issues that have already been addressed through existing laws and then further empowers the police to absurd lengths.
An interior ministry spokesman said the car exploded inside the compound, killing the attacker and described the blast as ‘a terrorist act’.
Top secret data on the capabilities of six submarines being built for the Indian Navy, in collaboration with the French company, has been leaked.
Zimbabwe’s ruling party is facing a wave of online and offline protest.
President Robert Mugabe is facing rising public anger at the dire state of the economy, in particular shortages of cash and unemployment estimated at over 80%.
Sources said the attack targeted a school compound where conscripts of the Popular Committees, forces allied to President Hadi, were gathered for breakfast.
The UNSC will hold secret ballots until a consensus is reached on a candidate to replace UN chief Ban Ki-moon of South Korea who steps down at the end of 2016 after serving two five-year terms.
Nominations will be accepted tomorrow, while the date of the polls is set for September 9
The trade pact is the economic pillar of Obama’s broader plan to shift US foreign policy toward Asia but the US senate does not plan to vote on the deal this year and will punt it to the next president.
Labour market policies need to be seriously rethought, given the slow rate of job creation and rapid increase in automation.
Rousseff has denied any wrongdoing and compared the impeachment trial to her persecution during Brazil’s 1964-1985 military dictatorship.
Reporters are facing increasing threats of abduction, imprisonment, kidnapping and murder.
Barnes manages to take the literary art form to its farthest, exploring the human condition. In The Noise of Time, it is the condition of being a non-hero.
The Annan-led commission will look for “sustainable solutions”, but the thorniest issue will be how to grant some form of citizenship to the Rohingya community that will integrate them into the country without antagonising Buddhist nationalists.
Making scathing comments about the state police’s slow investigation into the disappearance of Rahul Sachan, the Allahabad high court ordered the case to be transferred to the CBI.
Besides security concerns, connectivity was the main theme during the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President U Htin Kyaw.
Two trade exhibitions in Chandigarh brought together Indian and Pakistani designers and artists to showcase their products.
Union minister of state for culture Mahesh Sharma on Sunday advised foreign women travelling to India to not wear skirts. This is far from the first time he’s said something controversial.
Consensus will be a tall order in the coming days for the EU as they grapple with the same issues: refugees crisis, a fragile economy and Brexit.
Indian Cultural Forum speaks to Rahman Abbas, whose Urdu novel was cleared of obscenity charges after a decade, about the freedom of expression in the country and more.
All but seven of those infected had fully recovered, the health ministry and the National Environment Agency said on Sunday. The seven remain in hospital.
Several Hurriyat leaders and associates have been arrested since Saturday, even as government makes plans to hold talks with Kashmir separatists.
With the odds stacked against her, Rousseff’s testimony appears to be aimed at making a point for the history books that her impeachment was a travesty rather than a bid to sway the 81-seat senate to block her eviction from office.
A security source said the attack targeted a school compound where conscripts of the Popular Committees, forces allied to the internationally recognised President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, were gathered for breakfast.
We are left in the end with the collegium once again, and the only effective remedy for its problems is for the members of the collegium to exhibit a united front. This requires bold statesmanship on their part.
But misdirected criticism helps BJP take the edge off the charge of undermining democracy.
Why is the country failing so miserably at providing an environment conducive to producing world-class athletes, a Dhaka-based journalist asks.