For the moment, the Lakhimpur Kheri crisis appears to have been defused. However, this may not mean much relief for the Yogi Adityanath government in the state.
The police brutalities against the Maynals and Hussains look very timely for BJP with bypolls in six Assembly elections lined up.
NIA takes over case after four people are arrested for leaking sensitive information from DRDO’s missile test range to foreign players.
The death of Syed Ali Shah Geelani is not the end of Hurriyat, but it will continue to be alive because it is a sentiment rooted in Kashmir’s collective soul, says co-founder Abdul Gani Bhat
In Assam, where every road is leading to saffron, the GOP decides to plough a lonely furrow to cut its losses ahead of bypolls.
The new refrain, coming every other day, can’t be without calculation. Subtle feelers to the Opposition can’t harm the JD(U) CM, it at least gets him vital bargaining space.
It’s Krishna vs Arjun, says elder brother Tej Pratap, on his tiff with Tejashwi. Rivals mock them with a ‘Dara Shikoh-Aurangzeb’ analogy. Either way, the turf is primed for battle.
Has India’s OBC population gone way beyond the 27 per cent counted in 1931? The only way to know for sure is to count again: Bihar’s political foes are one on this demand.
A Rajput in charge of JD(U), another in charge of RJD, a Brahmin at the helm in Congress. What exactly is brewing in the homeland of Mandal and OBC politics?
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi addresses a press conference at AICC in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Dakota DC3 which carried the army to Srinagar air field after Pakistani attackers attacked Kashmir in October 1947, during the re-enactment of incidents that took place in that period, in Srinagar.PTI Photo/S. Irfan
Union Home Minister Amit Shah meets Governor of West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar as he is admitted at AIIMS Hospital after testing positive for malaria, in New Delhi.PTI Photo
J & K Lt Governor Manoj Sinha felicitates Rajesh Bhatia, the younger son of Wg Cdr KL Bhatia who was commanding officer of Dakota DC3, during re-enactment of incidents which took place after Pakistani attackers attacked...PTI Photo/S. Irfan
RJD Chief Lalu Prasad and party leader Tejashwi Yadav at a rally ahead of the by-elections in Kusheshwar Asthan assembly constituency, in Darbhanga.PTI Photo
SRK’s persona evokes the kind of Indianness that denies categorisation into singular, exclusive identities. And thrives on making others feel welcome.
Shah Rukh Khan is the soothing balm for millions of Indian women living an oppressive life in an insensitive, patriarchal society.
How the larger-than-life Hindi film hero of yesteryears gave way to the relatable charm of Shah Rukh and the other Khans.
Sayani Gupta, a star-struck teenager who acted with SRK, reveals what endears the superstar to his millions of fans across the globe.
Marking the transition between old and new India, SRK’s characters and his stardom represent Bollywood as simultaneously Indian and global.
Behind SRK’s lover-boy image lies instability—sensitive to social, cultural and political change.
When we say we’re standing in solidarity with someone, we’re really standing up for our own ideals, values, peace and truth. Comic/poet Varun Grover’s column