One decade... Decadence? Maintenance? Or renewal? The stars tell us their stories.
Some are fading away, some spanking new: the things we live around with a lightness of being
Indian film industry gradually turned the corner over the past ten years with the audiences showing a remarkable predilection for quality cinema.
Here’s the Future Sid, chewing for us all that’s now brewing in the 2019 petridish
Ten years, is certainly long enough, if not to change the world of diplomacy then at least to introduce a set of new actors and fundamentally new challenges for inertia-bound foreign policy wonks to grapple with.
Kohli’s star rose, Dhoni’s held its own, the team acquired cutting edge
India didn’t have Netflix then and Jio was yet to be concieved
It was in politics that the power of disruption was perhaps felt the most
Ten years later, we “follow” a life measured in social media matrices
Ten years is a long time to ponder upon the best and worst life has thrown at us and grow wiser for the next ten
An effigy of Ravana burns during the Dussehra celebrations, in Amritsar.PTI Photo
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh volunteers participate in the annual Vijayadashmi programme, in Nagpur.PTI Photo
Devotees pull the chariot of Lord Raghunath on the occasion of Kullu Dussehra.PTI Photo
Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia with his son Maha Aryaman Scindia offers prayers at Gorkhi Devghar on the occasion of Dussehra festival, in Gwalior.PTI Photo
An effigy of Ravana in flames marking the end of the Dussehra festival, in Jammu.PTI Photo
The Opposition is hoping for a rich election harvest in Uttar Pradesh but Lucknow appears to be a long way from the killing fields.
The former Delhi Police employee has also emerged as the go-to man for the authorities to reach out to the agitating farmers.
Outwardly peaceful, Kashmir has seen a spate of civilian killings in recent weeks. A silent unease has now exploded into fear and concern after the shooting of minorities.
Poet and activist Meena Kandasamy visits ground zero of the grassroots movement down South to understand the caste divide in the state.
Our government must follow examples of other countries with liberal views on personal use of drugs.
The aim of a caste census is not to know the numerical strength of a caste. Rather, it would reveal social inequalities for possible remedial measures.
The death of journalist Raman Kashyap at Lakhimpur Kheri throws into sharp relief the condition of local reporters incessantly feeding ‘breaking news’ to the ever-demanding maw of the national media from India’s hinterland.