Arnab Goswami’s Republic TV is not only a problem but also a symptom of a much bigger, scarier disease plaguing the media industry.
We have ended up countenancing a militarisation of our foreign policy and diplomacy. Are we comfortable with the idea of a general usurping the political leader’s prerogative?
Three people arrested by the Assam Border Police for allegedly being foreigners describe their experiences at the detention camps and how life changed for them.
Dalit-Bahujan issues, earlier rejected even within the liberal political space, are now at the centre of political discourse.
Ambitious priorities, strained budgets and a changing political order dominate the World Health Organisation’s upcoming annual executive board meet in Geneva.
With the Aziz Ansari story sparking nuanced conversations across the world, India must introspect on consent both inside and outside of a marriage.
After cancelling investment treaties with 50 foreign governments in 2017, India is struggling to convince some to accept new terms which make seeking international arbitration for disputes harder.
Jagdamba Mall, a known face of the RSS in the Northeast, who has also been instrumental in BJP’s electoral inroads into the region, said the Accord is his “personal effort” coming from his “study of the Naga issue for over 45 years”.
Under President Xi Jinping, combat readiness has been elevated to a strategic priority.
The recent controversy at the Supreme Court is symptomatic of the structural failure of the legal system to learn from institutional memory.
Out of the 642 faculty members across 13 IIMs, only four belong to Scheduled Castes and a solitary faculty member belongs to a Scheduled Tribe.
Faculty members have alleged that vice chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar has been flouting norms to get candidates close to the Sangh parivar appointed, in the process putting the quality of education in jeopardy.
Defenders of Aadhaar have called opposition to it an organised campaign stemming from paranoia. But a look at the petitioners proves it is anything but.
In Karnataka and beyond, the BJP’s reliance on communal spite runs great risks.
Indian state-owned SAIL was reportedly overlooked by Japanese companies due to quality concerns.
Tens of thousands of Ahmadi Muslims come together every year in the small town of Qadian in Gurdaspur, for the community’s annual convention or Jalsa.
Is it not more urgent to investigate the four Supreme Court judges’ disquiet than to make noises of disapproval about their alleged breach of conduct?
If the proposal to impose a 70% safeguard duty on solar cells and panels from China, Taiwan and Malaysia is implemented, it could impact the viability of under-construction solar projects and spoil the investment climate in the sector.
Both Central and state governments continue to spend large sums on other pilgrimages and festivals.
Declaring that ‘Tamil Nadu media’ asked Mevani to leave is inaccurate. The aborted interaction was certainly not a consensus decision by mediapersons present there, leave alone the state’s media.
Rohith’s suicide brought the lacuna of our modern institutions at the forefront and showcased how places for higher learning are intrinsically insensitive towards Dalits.
A replaced scheme is underway even as official data show 7,89,478 pending cases under Shubhlaxmi Yojana for monetary benefits for giving birth to a girl child.
In conversation with Arun Shourie on dissenting judges, judicial independence and the ‘established’ media.
The dharma of the journalist should be to hold the powerful to account and not worry about the consequences.
The bogey of ‘love jihad’ is a brutally constructed political agenda combining patriarchal notions of ‘our women’ and how to control them, and communal notions of ‘their men’ and how to deal with them.
In India, there is an unmet market need for such products. Why can’t it come in the category of another financial product aimed at a niche audience?
Defeating the Peshwa army in 1818 was a question of defeating those who imposed hundreds of years of untouchability on the Mahars.
Our understanding of what could have motivated the ancient settlement to evolve as it did adds some depth to the story of our forebears.
Fleeing the Arakan conflict zone, around 1,600 Myanmar nationals have poured into Mizoram since November 2017.
In conversation with Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay on microRNA, machine learning, computational biology and open science.
Senior advocate Prashant Bhushan files complaint based on the CBI’s investigation into the medical college bribery case.
Both central and state government continue to spend thousands of crores on various Hindu festivals and pilgrimages.
Erratic weather patterns coupled with traditional farming practices have thrown the Valley’s saffron industry into a crisis, and an over seven-year-old government mission aimed at reviving it is far from complete.
Every #MeToo story doesn’t involve brutal rape and exploitation, but that doesn’t make them any less important.
The Annual Status of Education Report for 2017 has surveyed how much 14-18 year olds in rural areas are learning in school.
Ahead of the Karnataka assembly polls, the Animal Welfare Board of India’s moves are being seen as an attempt to squeeze supplies from Belgaum, hitting the Quraishi trading community in Goa.
The case of Judge Loya together with this ‘Great Dissent’ by four sitting judges of the Supreme Court is a telling comment on the imperiled status of the rights to dignity, life and liberty of the entire judiciary.
At a public meeting, Gaware said many of Loya’s friends, including judges, had had their suspicions when the CBI judge died of a sudden heart attack.
Mauritius is pushing India – its key ally – to submit a written statement backing it on the Chagos question before the International Court of Justice.
The incremental approach towards the divestment is obviously aimed at ensuring that non-controlling partial ownership doesn’t fall into ‘undesirable’ hands.