India is wary of China because of historical mistrust. The trigger for the Galwan face-off was China’s stiff opposition to India laying a key road around the Pangong Tso lake, where the Line of Actual Control is blurred
Despite its achievements, the Nitish Kumar government continues to fall back on its time-tested strategy of raising Lalu's 'jungle raj' to win elections in Bihar
Amidst bungling, Tamil Nadu’s Dravidian parties spar over pandemic relief
Assault on freedom of thought, critical thinking and dissent will lead to a psychology of fear, which isn’t good for India's future, writes JNU students union president Aishe Ghosh
Corona has settled over this landmass like a moving cryptic crossword. Can we really read its clues?
Social distancing at booths, virtual or e-voting, postal votes—polls in Bihar may herald era of post-COVID electioneering. But is it possible?
The government’s intervention in the agriculture sector is expected to help farmers take control of their destinies