December 16, 2019
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[Forgotten Newsmakers] Gladys Staines: Life After Death
Twenty years after the ghastly murder of her husband, the missionary Graham Staines, Gladys has forged a new life—as a nurse and doting grandmother—in Australia.
Jul 17, 2019
Syed Saad Ahmed
Fire Rises In The East
Arunachal joins the list of Northeast states singed by BJP
Feb 28, 2019
Still Loading... Police Reforms
The Centre and states have been dragging their feet on long overdue changes
Jan 10, 2019
Rights Activists Arrest: This Law Is An Ass
Arresting activists is an attack on dissent in keeping with UAPA’s history
Sep 05, 2018
Assam Lynching: Digital Bombs of Mob Violence
Social media rumours fan a medieval barbarity within us. This time it’s Assam.
Jun 14, 2018
Tales From The 4G Rumour Mill
Fear is trending and violence is a ping away, why does fake news make India erupt?
Jun 06, 2018
Ahimsa For Our Modern Dharma
Why Orissa chief minister Navin Patnaik’s idea to include ahimsa in the preamble to the Constitution of India needs to be taken very seriously
May 10, 2018
Just Pass The Wine, Comrades
The Left made a law that grossly undermined Bengal’s state election commission. As Trinamool unleashes pre-poll violence, an old tool comes in handy.
Apr 11, 2018
At The Fire Ceremonies
Worshipping the ballot box, the BJP aims for a Hindu awakening in Bengal; the TMC plays along, then hits out
Apr 05, 2018
A Bitter Harvest
Multiple agitations show all’s not well with the ‘rich’ state of Maharashtra
Mar 29, 2018
Nero Plays A Veena Called Saraswati
A sudden spurt in Haryana’s crime points to an administration that lacks in political will and is pressured by caste politics. The CM, though, will ‘remain’.
Feb 02, 2018
Saluting The DM
I salute you, DM of Bareilly. Sure, Chandan Gupta shouldn’t have been killed in Kasganj and we grieve for him, but there is no need to bully our fellow citizens, just to prove the colonialists right.
Feb 02, 2018
In Lieu of Courting Justice
How Muzaffarnagar is trying to heal the wounds of the 2013 riots and move on
Jan 25, 2018
Fresh Layers Of Biting Memory
The latest round of Dalit-Maratha clashes can not only redefine socio-political power structures, but also pose a new challenge to the ruling BJP in the state
Jan 12, 2018
The Good God
Nobody should be allowed to claim superiority for his God over his neighbour’s. The very logic of my-God-is-better-that-yours argument is perverse, invasive and colonial.
Dec 22, 2017
The Lady Doth Not Protest
As Rohingyas flee their burning homes, Aung San Suu Kyi’s credibility takes a hit. Yet, her situation is a complex one.
Sep 21, 2017
They Who Belong To The Earth
The Rohingya crisis is the legacy of accursed history—going back to Partition-era politics—and the fog of violence clouds the possibility of real solutions
Sep 14, 2017
Why I am A Gandhian
Gandhian idealism, which consumes the practitioner, could also cleanse souls. His best followers were those who cleaned toilets to become ideal scavengers.
Aug 21, 2017
What’s In, Or Not In, A Name
There’s relief, and a sense of community—also potential for soul-searching. Citizens take a tentative first step.
Jun 30, 2017
Anti-CAA Protests Live Updates: 'No Way To Repair Mental Trauma Of Students,' Says Jamia Millia VC
'Violence Must Stop': SC To Hear Pleas Against Police Action On Jamia, AMU Students Tomorrow
'Texted My Mother...Thought We Would Die': Jamia Students Narrate Police Crackdown In Campus
Spillover Effect Of Jamia Protests: Overnight Agitations In Delhi And Hyderabad, Midnight Clashes In AMU
Fear Of Law Has Evaporated As Cases Of Lynching Have Become Regular And Brazen
In Paranoid World Of J&K Security Forces, One Person Can Be Four
How Naveen Patnaik Is Playing The Games To Make Odisha A Soft Power
A Precursor To 'Resort Politics' That Began In 1984 As NTR Foiled Indira's Bid To Dethrone Him
Given Opportunity, BSNL Can Emerge As Top Telecom Company From Turmoil
One Hundred Days Of Solitude In Kashmir’s News World
How T. N. Seshan's Poll Clean-up Operation Actually Helped Lalu Yadav In Bihar
Jamia Students Stand Shirtless To Protest Against Police Action
After Sunday's Violence, Several Jamia Students Decide To Leave For Home
Jharkhand Assembly Polls: Voting Underway For Fourth Phase
CAA: Another Step Towards Hindu Rashtra Turning Muslims Into 'Other'
CAB's Can Of Worms Has Left Even Hindus Unsure Of Their Future
Payal Rohatgi Detained For Posting 'Offensive Content' Against Gandhi-Nehru Family
Politics Vs Sports: China Pulls Arsenal Match After Ozil's Uighur Comment
Rishabh Pant Makes Humble Admission
OPINION | CAB's Can Of Worms Has Left Even Hindus Unsure Of Their Future
Hyderabad Encounter: Has India Become A Khap Panchayat Of Bloodthirsty Citizens?
‘MPs Must Be Able To Vote Across Party Lines’
Citizenship Amendment Bill Has Bangladesh On Tenterhooks, Relationship With India May Suffer
Amid 'Civil Disobedience', Kargil Revolts Against Leh, Kashmir On Thin Ice
Road To Khalsa
Delay In Opening Jagannath Temple's Ratna Bhandar Sullying Naveen Patnaik's Transparency Mantra
Political Tug-O-War Over Tipu Sultan Leaves Students, Teachers In The Lurch