It’s election season in India again. How will the battle of ballots play out over the next few weeks? Will emotions hold sway over pragmatism?
Threat of bankruptcy has pushed the President and Prime Minister to a corner and Sri Lanka towards an unprecedented financial crisis.
An electoral comeback for former chief minister and BSP supremo Mayawati will be nothing short of a political miracle.
The decision of some farmer groups to take the electoral plunge in Punjab has queered the pitch for AAP, and left other farmer groups disappointed
In matters of politics and election, emotions override pragmatism. And an Indian election is the biggest show of them all—the grandest platform on which political leaders of all ideologies woo their voters.
As another grand spectacle of elections unfolds in five states, here is a glimpse of how much the leaders bank on the politics of emotions.
Elections 2022: The poll-bound states have a handful of small parties in the fray. They are symbols of India’s federal polity.
Gut-wrenching memories of being molested by soldiers in Nagaland under AFSPA
On days when the overall morale of the hotel was dwindling and when they had received far too many badly dressed, uncouth guests, the reception would call on me to make my presence felt...
The epics have been used and abused over many patriarchal eras, their relevance convoluted to shove a regressive concoction down the throats of youngsters.
Built to house mill workers, the residential clusters are undergoing a slow transformation, with highrises coming up in their place.
Phaniswar Nath ‘Renu’, the journalist-writer, was an insider who told stories and reported on the backwardness of his home state of Bihar.
Everyone’s having a party in Goa. From Mamata Banerjee to Arvind Kejriwal, political parties of all hues descend on the tiny state for Elections 2022.
Since its independence from Portuguese rule, the smallest Indian state of Goa has seen the rise and fall of several regional parties
In this climate of fear, where’s hope? Or, what is hope? We, as people, expect miracles (development, welfare, freedom) from our princes. Will hope return? Or will fear reign?