How the BJP’s Yogi Adityanath hopes to use religious polarisation to trump caste fragmentation in the battle for Uttar Pradesh.
As the loneliest man in Istanbul taught me, we cannot let war strip us of our humanity and we cannot let our struggles make us ungenerous.
Central University Haryana is an ideal petri dish to observe the many conflicting forces of caste, class, gender, region, and ideology that go into the great social experiment that is publicly funded higher education in India.
The business end of IAFS 2015 has focused on India’s role in building Africa’s infrastructure. But will it work?
While diplomatic relations are expected to deepen, trade and investment remain hobbled by global and domestic factors
What is the RSS’s idea of “Indian culture” and when did Hinduism and its diverse and fluid iterations fructify into “Hindutva”? Akshaya Mukul’s book on the Gita Press provides some important answers.
If Tesfaye still had that phone, the phone that Teddy borrowed and never returned, he would have his contacts. If he had his contacts, he would still have his home.
Rich country recalcitrance means the Addis agreement falters on the sole meaningful reform that could make a difference to global development
A disagreement over international tax architecture in Addis Ababa reveals inherent tensions between multinational capital and global development