Khayyam, who died on Monday, was the closest a composer could have come to recreating the joy of nature’s music.
Kabir Singh: Cinema is a reflection of our society, remember? And people who do crazy things exist all around us.
Congress' indecision may make BJP's return 'possible' as national security replaces cow, Hindutva as key poll issue
The Congress, the only party that could have actually stopped the BJP, is playing dead, except for occasional outbursts on Rafale
Timing of Priyanka Gandhi's arrival in politics shows Congress sees this as best chance to attack BJP, Modi
Unlike her brother who has failed to enthuse voters and is a subject of mirth and ridicule among a section of voters, Priyanka starts with a clean slate
Higher cut-off for OBCs in Rajasthan raises doubts about quota benefits; 10% reservation for 'general' poor could backfire
If the Rajasthan government implements 10 percent reservation for the economically weaker sections (EWS), it would force 96 percent of the state's population to compete for 60 percent of the reserved seats, while leaving 40 percent of the seats for the remaining 4 percent of the population.
Problem with Virat Kohli's aggression is us; we call it passion when we win, bad behaviour when we lose
As fans and commentators, we have to make up our minds on what we want Virat Kohli to do. We can't like a bit of him here and hate a bit of him there because he is every bit the same Kohli, win or lose. Plain aggression.
Ashok Gehlot's Kattappa-like loyalty to three generations of Gandhi family helped him ride his luck... yet again
A Katappa-isque loyalty that makes him serve the crown in Rajasthan must undoubtedly Ashok Gehlot's his biggest asset, without it he would not have survived for almost five decades in the Congress.
Ashok Gehlot Vs Sachin Pilot: Indira changed CMs like upholstery, Rajiv like cutlery and Rahul Gandhi holds Panchayat; rank bad optics
Rahul Gandhi’s inability to decide the name of the chief ministers of the states his party has won (Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh CMs haven't been decided yet) would have amused William Shakespeare. His procrastinations, doubts and dilemmas may have inspired another tragedy about a protagonist with flaws that could be fatal in politics.
AgustaWestland scam: Congress continues its Kumbhakarna-esque slumber as its lawyers run with Michels, hunt with Asarams
Expelled Congress leader Aljo Joseph is not the first lawyer linked to the Congress to have embarrassed the party by advocating controversial clients like AgustaWestland middleman Christen Michel and embracing complicated issues
Kartarpur corridor: Beyond Navjot Singh Sidhu's antics is plan to be the Yogi Adityanath of Sikh politics
Those under the illusion that Sidhu is letting his heart race ahead of political pragmatism must realise there is a method to his madness
Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha Election: Jodhpuri voter will take pragmatic approach in choosing between BJP, Congress
The defining linguistic feature of a Marwari — people born in areas around Jodhpur — is his complete reluctance to say the Hindi alphabet Sa and Sh.
Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha election: Changing caste equations upset Congress and BJP's plans in Barmer-Jaisalmer region
If the mood for change prevails, Rajasthan may see a change in government, if not in names of villages like Baap, Chacha and Suwar.
CP Joshi shoots from hip again: Rahul Gandhi's trusted aide releases Ram Mandir genie from Congress bottle
CP Joshi's utterances on Hinduism and the argument that only a Congress-led government can build a Ram Temple at Ayodhya may, of course, have been a manifestation of his subconscious desire to catch the attention of the Congress president, give words to the party’s current drive to embrace soft Hindutva.
TM Krishna concert and why it failed to arouse Delhi to create its own 'hum dekhenge' moment of mass defiance
On Saturday, when TM Krishna performed at the Garden of Five Senses, Delhi had its tryst with what could have been India’s Hum Dekhenge moment
CVoter Survey: Assembly polls major test of Narendra Modi's popularity as Congress eyes 4-0 win ahead of 2019
For the first time since the advent of the Narendra Modi-era in politics, the Congress, as several surveys point out, starts as the frontrunner in this round of elections
Rajasthan polls: Angered over gangster's encounter and miffed by Padmaavat slight, Rajput leaders vow to teach BJP lesson
In a close election, their loyalty could be decisive in at least three dozen constituencies in Rajasthan's 200-seat Assembly.
Delhi pollution: EPCA boss Bhure Lal's idea to ban all non-CNG vehicles symptomatic of bureaucratic stupidity
Banning one crore vehicles would put at least a crore more commuters—assuming just one person rides one vehicle—at the mercy of public transport.
Rajasthan elections 2018: Vasundhara Raje retains loyalists in BJP's first list of candidates, goes against party's pre-poll assessment
The BJP's first list of candidates for Rajasthan has the imprimatur of chief minister Vasundhara Raje, who has managed to have her say in the selection process in spite of the high command’s efforts to curtail her powers.
Rajasthan polls: Despite Ajmer debacle in 2014, Sachin Pilot leads Vasundhara Raje, Ashok Gehlot in race to CM post
Every pre-poll survey in Rajasthan, where Assembly election is scheduled to be held on December 7, has indicated Sachin Pilot is the first choice of the electorate.