Events of great import crowded each other out in a cascade, polarising and unifying in equal measure. A summing up of 2018.
Will the spate of loan write-offs help India’s heavily indebted farming communty?
A top journalist’s arrest by the CBI was wilfully ignored by Bengal’s media.
We all make mistakes, don’t we? But what’s important is owning up to them. So, here’s a list of some err…errors, or as well like to call them – clerical terrors, that sneaked into our stories.
Tweets, Retweets, Likes, Trolls: Who And What Kept Twitter Buzzing in 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
In this week's The Subcontinental Menu, read about the first female manager at Assam's tea estate and a band of Dalit women from landless families in Bihar, among many others.
New Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel is a political surgeon. He now puts his hand to the plough.
Alleged punitive killings of civilians are likely to keep state polls away
The Centre says its stand that the CAG placed an audit on the price of the Rafale jets before the PAC was incorrect.
The BJP had grand campaign plans for Bengal, but is stalled in its tracks by a canny TMC
Despite bagging little in recent polls, Mayawati is very much in the big one
The defeat in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan has made the larger Sangh parivar restless. The signs of disaffection are showing and voices of dissent are getting expressed openly.
Sajjan Kumar should have been hanged. Still, his conviction signals some justice.
How entrenched patriarchy is making women pay for demanding safer workplaces