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So many promises and so few visionary steps. India is being ill-served by her Minister of Human Resource Development
To understand what a remarkable man he was, let’s rewind to BR Ambedkar’s childhood
A chat with Anupam Kher in sun-soaked Karachi at the Karachi Literary Festival by our intrepid reporter
Laying siege to hotels, targeting unsuspecting students is part of this dreaded terror organisation’s modus operandi.
When clues don’t emerge, biases do.
Wars don’t end that easily, and peace doesn’t last that long. Mizoram is an exception. It deserves our attention, and so does its history.
Delhi doesn’t need condemning; those who hold in their hands its future do.
For an article that talks in excruciating detail of the cataclysmic effect of Delhi’s air, Harris Gardiner quotes but a single scientific study.
The release of the Henderson-Brooks report was in national interest when the BJP was in opposition, but not when they are in power.
Faulty and misinformed journalism is leading us to believe that Christians are under attack in India.