EAT, PRAY, LIVE
Eat, Pray, Live
It’s the 70th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination. And it’s time we fulfilled our part of a long-neglected compact.
Jan 24, 2018
Fifty Years Of The Rise Of The Right
1967 marked a definite rightward shift with the end of the Congress monopoly over Indian democracy
Oct 26, 2017
Our Neglected Chacha
A beloved freedom fighter, then a reviled nation-builder. The pain of being Nehru.
Aug 20, 2012
Obscene Display Of Glee By A Section Of Indians Over Gauri Lankesh Murder Is Disturbing, But Not Unexpected
What is it in the sectarian groups formed in the name of Hindutva that places them on a different pedestal incapable of violence?
Sep 07, 2017
My Lordship, Right To Reparation For Gujarat Riot Violence Is Not State’s Charity But Duty
Supreme Court overturned the Gujarat High Court directive to the state government to get the religious places repaired which were destroyed in 2002 riots
Sep 01, 2017
While The Ruling Class Flaunts A Smiling Face For The Top Post, Being Dalit Is A Curse For Most Others In This Country
To be born a Dalit in this country is in itself a curse even in the days when the ruling classes flaunt an unspeaking, smiling, sweet, cute Dalit as their prized possession for the topmost post of this country.
Jul 12, 2017
Why Are Political Parties Scared Of Speaking Out Loud On Violence Against Muslims?
It betrays a faulty understanding within these parties that Hindus cannot be talked to about what is happening in the country.
Jun 26, 2017
What India Lost: Nehru’s Respect For Parliamentary Methods And Deference To Opposition Views
Even the Congress would rather not remember him for his memory poses difficult questions to them, about their reluctance to stand and fight for the rights of the minorities...
May 27, 2017
India’s Leaders Silent On Killing Of Cow-Vigilante Victim Pehlu Khan, Pakistan Speaks Up For Blasphemy Victim Mashal
Neither PM Narendra Modi nor chief ministers uttered a word on cow vigilantes running riot and killing people but Pakistan’s PM and leaders condemned student killing
Apr 22, 2017
Ashoka Had De-Militarised Himself, The BJP Is Busy Re-Militarising Him
Ashoka, father of Sanghamitra and Mahendra, is not remembered in Bihar or elsewhere as a conqueror but as who went to Buddhism in his quest for a rightful, non-violent way of life
Apr 12, 2017
Bhagat Singh Not The First Or Last Revolutionary Killed By British. But Why Is He Remembered Even Today?
He was not the first or last revolutionary to be killed by the British but none could capture the imagination of the people of India the way he did.
Mar 23, 2017
Shami Gets Clean Chit By BCCI In Match-Fixing Probe
Pakistan Gets Powerful Missile Tracking System From China: Report
Govt Makes Way For Tax-Free Gratuity of Up To Rs 20 Lakh
Wonderful, Precise And Very Cool: How Do Our Money Up-Chucking Machines Work?
"I'm Only Passing Through" 10 Leonard Cohen Songs That You Must Listen To
Blackout For NDTV Stirs The Media
Daily Curator: The Dominion Of Misunderstood Men Over Headlines
Daily Curator: Of Holes Being Poked Into The Bhopal Encounter And The Origins Of Chyawanprash
Watch: Viral Video Has Man Lighting Up A Line Of Crackers Attached To His Mouth
Indian Academics Slam New HRD Rules Allowing More Foreign Nationals In University Jobs and Research
Supersonic Cruise Missile BrahMos Successfully Test Fired From Pokhran
Boko Haram Returns Kidnapped Girls
Exemplary Performance, Says PM On Bihar Diwas, The Day When A Woman Operated Under Torchlight Died
His Life, And Rocket Science
New Lock For EU’s Digital Mines
Neglect Is A Fraud’s Best Friend
Long Rope Curls Into Tight Tape
Spooling The Tangles
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