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It’s not easy to make a film on a case that has been scrutinised to shreds. The writer and director pull it off.
The government won’t give up listening in on private communications.
Giving lectures on "Bharat ki Sanskriti" is just more of the banning syndrome.
An election can be close from a vote-share perspective, yet results could get one-sided when the share is translated into seats.
A new book, Blood On My Hands, details how gallantry awards serve as an incentive for the Indian Army to stage encounters.
By questioning a journalist’s loyalty, politicians not only fail to understand the role of the press in a democracy, but also their own roles.
Disclosures along with the news reports and the lack of them raise some interesting questions.
The highlights of the upcoming Mahayudh.
Official accounts but views expressed must be ‘personal’.
To interpret that Bhagwat was pitching the government to review reservation policy in the Organiser-Panchjanya interview is an exaggeration.