Here’s looking back at our surreal contrasts—the broken bridge between our dollar millionaires and poor millions, between our food sufficiency and farm suicides. Our I-Day package.
The Bangladeshi media, as in India, has unfortunately taken the role of accuser, jury, and judge – all rolled into one.
Since 2018 when Odisha hosted the hockey World Cup, the state has taken the role of being the sport's official sponsor. Courtesy CM Patnaik, hockey in India can again hope for better days.
For all its grandstanding and attempt to occupy a high moral ground, the US as we all know is not exactly a paragon of virtue. But is there a need for India to do some soul-searching?
No party is a saint when it comes to the abuse of anti-terror laws: ‘prison without bail’ is a clause crying out for abuse. Bottomline: UAPA, NSA and the sedition law must go.
No matter what the govt says, the oxygen crisis claimed lives. Denying it means we have not learnt lessons.
Simple government denials will not be sufficient in laying this scandal to rest.
The commonest but unproven theory doing the rounds is that Prashant Kishor is out to cement a Federal Front by stitching together an alliance of disparate opposition group.
The responses to an editorial I wrote earlier highlighted how divided the country has become, and possibly how devoid of compassion many of our citizens are.
Arresting an old, ailing man like Stan Swamy was in itself controversial. The State requires serious soul-searching if it has to even keep up its pretensions of serving the people.
Ministers certainly can make or break businesses, but I doubt whether they can change our otherwise mundane lives.
Any post-mortem of how state and courts failed Swamy will be a case of too little, too late.
The Tamil Nadu model where bigger national parties like Congress and BJP play second fiddle to the DMK or AIADMK is an option for the opposition to consolidate non-BJP votes
We make news out of victims. But can they be orphaned a second time by a news ecosystem that feeds off their victimhood? Never. This time, we return to India’s Oxygen Bereaved.
If changed strategy marks the beginning of a course correction, that’s not a bad start after all
Rhea Chakraborty became the victim of a media trial soon after Sushant’s death last year. The lack of options for reining in a reckless media is the reason why she won’t be the last.
Twitter occupies a public space and owes us some transparency, writes Outlook Editor-in-Chief Ruben Banerjee
Has China vacated its aggression? Have they, deceptively, usurped land? Has India ceded ground? A certain opacity shrouds events along the LAC. We try to lift the veil.
'It is true that the Covid second wave has been quite severe and it overwhelmed the system for a while. Yet, we never let the situation go out of sight,' says Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath
For the last few years, Wangkhem has been in and out of jails, labeled as someone very dangerous for the nation by influential persons who have slapped him with sections of the draconian sedition law.
The question is why did the chief ministers of two neighbouring states hit by the same cyclone react differently to the PM’s visit for the purpose of determining damages and extending help in rebuilding?
IMD: Severe cyclonic storm to make landfall near Dhamra Port in Odisha early on Wednesday morning
Though the myriad groups claim to speak for their people, the Palestinians have not really found their voice. Nor is anyone actually willing to listen to them.
The selective arrests have political vendetta written all over them, and the BJP - squarely defeated in the state elections - is coming across as a sore loser.
Why did we—I and you—not end up in a random crematorium? Thank providence, and the many good samaritans out there. The government, for all its bluster, had abandoned us.