The AAP chief received a total of 261,114 “yes” votes from readers, while the #2, BJP's PM candidate had 166,260 voting "no" as against 164,572 voting "yes" for him
'The prospect of an alliance of corporate capital and communal forces coming to power constitutes a real threat to the future of our secular democracy,' wrote Dr. Frazer Mascarenhas S.J
No one plays hardball the way the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister does. The queen, as they say, can move in any direction.
The ABP interview. On the Muslim community: 'I understand only one language that they are Indians and are my brothers.'
AAP leader's comments stirs up a row as she says Muslims "are not communal and do not vote for themselves"
"There has been a political attack on my family. They have used my husband for political attack.
One of India's more vocal Parliamentarians on quitting electoral politics and the upcoming polls
The documentary film-maker joins issue with the former Censor Board chief, accusing him of 'lying, distorting and falsifying facts'
A five-member committee of the Satrol khap panchayat in Narnid village of Hisar district has taken a historical decision amending more than 600-year-old norms
What Praveen Togadia said about Muslims in Bhavnagar on Saturday, April 19
Is Captain Amarinder Singh trying to prejudge the guilt of a person who is perceived to be involved in the riots?
Ten years back, our then columnist, now an AAP candidate from Ernakulam, had asked: if it had to be a Nehru-Gandhi, why Rahul and not Priyanka?
The ongoing election season that has India and Indonesia heading to the polls invites unavoidable comparisons
Oslo is dead, we are told. It actually died at birth. And by extension, this will be the lot of every peace agreement in the future...
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Persistent rumours about Gabriel Garcia Marquez's failing health.had been around ever since he was treated for lymphatic cancer in the summer of 1999.
Gabriel García Márquez, 87, the Colombian Nobel laureate, whose One Hundred Years of Solitude established him as a giant of 20th-century literature, died at his home in Mexico City.
The full text of the Nobel lecture delivered on December 8, 1982 by the Colombian great who's died at his home in Mexico City.
From Outlook's 10th anniversary issue dated October 17, 2005: Marquez on Journalism
Bandhan and C.S Ghosh take the next big leap—formal banking
crosses over to Rajasthan to provide us the lowdown on what he
observed before the polling at Guna, Jyotiraditya Scindia's constituency