Poles apart, Feroze and Vadra both left the Family embarrassed
The veteran lawyer minces no words when he says there is no love lost between him and fellow lawyer Arun...
New Vijay starrer Kaththi gets mired in TN’s venal political scrabbling
The co-author of Cell Phone Nation looks at our smallest instrument of communication as it changes the way...
Weighed down by the issue it seeks to address, the book is academic in intent. It is not an easy read.
The vaunted autonomy for Doordarshan and AIR seems destined to remain a distant illusion
For the poor, beef is a nutritional necessity
The outgoing CJI takes stock of his brief tenure of five months
It’s a day for teachers and their students, why should the PM interpose himself?
The eminent jurist may be 86 now but has picked up his fighting gloves again, this time to save the...
In 2012, student groups made a dietary—and political—demand: beef on the menu
TRAI moves to put media houses in order
Myth and epic are being introduced as fact into school curricula of states
Markandey Katju’s explosive revelations puts the SC collegium, ex-CJIs under scanner
The BJP’s ICHR appointment revives fears of a move to a right-wing retelling of history
Reliance’s takeover of media group TV18 raises serious concerns of credibility, press freedom
The new government has its way. Ends DU’s much-opposed FYUP.
The BJP’s anthem song, Saugandh, with its belligerent tones, has no place for the neutral Indian
Journalists turn election candidates. Can they do a rewrite?
Congress puts Jats on the OBC list. But the question is whether this will bring in the votes.