While BJP leaders are going all out to arrest the erosion of Patidar support in the state, they are unlikely to sway those members of the community who have resolved to desert the saffron party.
Gauri was everything that the Sangh loves to hate – a fearless and opinionated single woman, an extremely important voice against Hindutva and someone who wrote extensively against caste.
The report finds that between 2002 and 2015, Section 67 was the highest used Section in the IT Act after Section 66.
Over 700 Families Left Homeless After Assam Government’s Eviction Drive at Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary
The area was declared an eco-sensitive zone by the environment ministry in June.
Arfa Khanum Sherwani discusses the political landscape in Gujarat, the rise of young leaders and election strategies of various parties with The Hindu’s deputy editor Vikas Pathak and political analyst Abhay Kumar Dubey.
In conversation with Sujatha Gidla about her memoir Ants Among Elephants, which provides a sharp take on caste, gender and Left politics in India.
The senior leader heading a faction of the JD(U) talks about how the Gujarat elections are likely to set the tone for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Nitish Kumar’s demand for quota for backward classes in the private sector and more.
It is clear that this is not a development model that will bring about the greatest good to the most number of people.
Vinod Dua discusses the failure of the ‘Gujarat Model’ of development and PM Modi’s Gujarat election campaign.
The GJM leader had earlier claimed in the apex court that he was being politically persecuted by the West Bengal government.
The CBFC says the version of the film shown to the festival’s jury violated certain rules, and hence the film has to be re-examined by the board.
Despite the apex court’s statement, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday said the film will not be released in his state until the director issues a clarification.
Keeping in mind the tribes in the north-east, the party plans to bring out such tribe-specific images of Bharat Mata.
Given Bhuj’s large Muslim population, the prime minister shifted away from his broader campaign tenor and raked up issues with the potential to polarise communities.
In an interview with Karan Thapar, the Trinamool Congress MP in the Rajya Sabha talks about the Congress party, Mamata Banerjee and his book ‘Inside Parliament’.
The UN standards of conduct to help tackle discrimination against LGBTI persons at the workplace can lead to a change in the arena of global LGBTI rights.
Three years later, with claims and counter-claims over the judge’s death piling up, the son’s plea for an independent investigation might well be the only way to settle this matter one way or another.
The panel had been set up on July 31 following the government’s decision to make Aadhaar compulsory for all its services.
The relevance of parliament as an institution of accountability has come into question.
Though she insisted her marriage to Shafin Jahan was voluntary, the court directed she be sent to Salem to study.
The IT department said the money received as donations in its bank account was not recorded in the books of accounts.
Messages scribbled on stones near the deceased’s body seem to be deliberately crafted to point fingers at the Muslim community.
A new report has recommended extending the scheme to all women, aged and infirm undertrials, claiming that it has many social and economic benefits for both the state and the inmates.
The AAP chief’s tactical shift could well be a precursor to the realignment of political forces in the 2019 polls.
If the questions raised by Judge Loya’s family had surfaced earlier, both the Bombay high court and the Supreme Court may have come to a different conclusion on the appeal.
Other than making grand speeches, Periyar did nothing substantial towards the annihilation of castes.
In conversation with the newly-inducted Congress leader on what he expects from the upcoming elections, his party’s agenda and more.
The Congress vice president’s comments came in light of a report claiming the average daily production of Nano cars at the Tata Motor’s Sanand plant was down to ‘just two’.
The model of development that was presented as a success story relies on patronising and providing incentives to large businesses while simultaneously suppressing wage incomes.
Daniel Langthasa is using his music to protest the state government’s silence on the looming financial distress in Assam’s Dima Hasao district.
M.K. Venu interviews the former Union minister and editor about the big media’s silence on the questions raised about B.H. Loya’s death and the climate of fear in the Indian media.
At the official press briefing, Bangladeshi foreign minister A.H. Mahmood Ali couldn’t come up with a proper justification about the MoU.
After launching with a lot of promise in 2012 and tasting electoral success in the years soon after, AAP’s political fortunes have since slipped. A look at what went wrong and why.
Decrying the Modi government’s policies is not enough. Rahul Gandhi must also build an alternative development agenda and revamp his role as a leader along with Congress party structures.
While urban voters are leaning towards the BJP, agricultural crisis and growing unemployment have alienated rural Patidars from the party.
Bhagwat’s statement comes ahead of the final Supreme Court hearing in the Ram Janmabhoomi case set to begin on December 5.
The recent workers’ protest in the capital demanding critical reforms, especially in the informal sector, has been largely ignored by the mainstream media.
While the college in Delhi named after Dyal Singh Majithia has fallen victim to pseudo-nationalism in secular India, the same institution in Lahore in Pakistan continues to be known as Dyal Singh College.
Senior leader Jairam Ramesh on Friday alleged that the work IFGE had done for ministries and departments under Gadkari’s control was a violation of rules that govern the conduct of civil servants.
The NGO Common Cause has petitioned against Asthana’s appointment on the grounds of lack of integrity.