Uri: India’s Moment of Truth

If the government talks tough but does nothing, India will lay itself open to even more terror attacks; and if it breaks the past pattern, it could end up pushing the country into an inferno

posted by Sushant Sareen|September 19, 2016   in Articles|5 comments


#UriAttack: 17 killed in deadliest militant strike in recent years

Early morning fidayeen attack on Uri base results in heavy casualties for Indian Army

posted by Anurag Tripathi|September 18, 2016   in Articles|no comments


Samajwadi Pari-War: It’s advantage Shivpal for now

Mulayam Singh says all is well, but the war within the Yadav family is far from over

posted by Anurag Tripathi|September 16, 2016   in Articles|no comments


NCRB data shows rise in repeat criminal offenders

For the third consecutive year, the percentage of ex-convicts who landed back in jail for the second or third time has gone up

posted by Subhabrata Dasgupta|September 15, 2016   in Articles|no comments


The trouble with Mewat? Delhi’s near, but still very far

Never mind the biryani. An underdeveloped district of Haryana is fighting perception and communalism

posted by Kaushik Chatterji|September 14, 2016   in Articles|2 comments


Khan Devta: The Muslim God in Bastar’s Hindu Pantheon

Two centuries ago, one Dr Khan came to Bastar. Today, he’s worshipped as a god by locals

posted by Shyam D Kumar|September 14, 2016   in Articles|2 comments


#SpeechBill Explainer: Why Tathagata Satpathy wants to decriminalise defamation

The Bill seeks to decriminalise defamation, while strengthening civil relief

posted by Kshitij Malhotra|September 13, 2016   in Articles|no comments


Changes in Zee: Samir Ahluwalia of Zee Business quits

Insiders say Samir Ahluwalia was forced to quit, or make a “graceful exit”? Could Sudhir Chaudhary be next?

posted by Anurag Tripathi|September 13, 2016   in Articles|2 comments


For the Valley, there’s no mubarak during Eid this year

Sixty six days of curfew (and counting) in Kashmir. This year, there’s little to celebrate and much to mourn

posted by Anurag Tripathi|September 12, 2016   in Articles|5 comments


Cauvery violence: Mayhem in Bengaluru, attacks on Kannadigas and Tamils

What started as a hashtag war has spilled on to the streets of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, as mobs go wild in different parts of the two states

posted by T S Sudhir|September 12, 2016   in Articles|3 comments

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