Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and Ajit Doval use India's security muscle to the fullest to ensure J&K remains calm after the state lost its special status. But how long can the forces stand up to this pressure?
Assam's National Register of Citizens may not be the final blow to those who entered the state after March 24, 1971
The politics of the present and past can mar the local narratives of the 1919 massacre in Amritsar, writes Nonica Datta
Considered as the most dangerous migratory pest in the world, locusts are chewing up hectares of cotton crop in Pakistan and threatening large parts of Rajasthan and northwest India
Observers find it ironic that parties like AAP, BSP, BJD and those from the Telugu-speaking states have unanimously supported the abrogation of Article 370
As security forces loom large, houses on Gupkar Road have turned into high profile 'jails' as the Centre keeps close tab on top politicians in J&K
Not only India's North-East, the bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir has only buoyed the call for a separate Gorkhaland
By erecting the country's tallest Cross, BJP leaders in Mizoram are on a mission to apply 'balm of love' on the state's Christians
Sonia Gandhi's biggest challenge will be to strike a quick balance between the ego of veteran leaders and the aspirations of youngsters as Assembly elections in Haryana, Maharashtra and Jharkhand approach
Once a haven for the Royal Bengal tiger, it had as many as 132 in 2002, the numbers have alarmingly dwindled over the years. At last count, Odisha have only 28 tigers
Excerpts from an address at Outlook POSHAN Awards 2019
Gender fluidity is in fashion and that's what is giving beautiful women Durga Gawde and Bidisha Mohanta the freedom to express themselves as 'men'