Selection of a new Tibetan Buddhist leader stumps Xi Jinping: Now, he must be ready for Dalai Lama shocker
If the 15th Dalai Lama reincarnates in India, and that too before the death of the current one, it would be game up for China’s Tibetan stratagem — at least for the time being
Turkey presidential election: How support of Necmettin Erbakan's son is crucial for Erdogan
The support given by Fatih Erbakan, who is expected to get at least 2 per cent of the votes in the election, to Erdogan is of great importance
At Political Crossroads: How Turkey presidential poll outcome can determine Ankara-New Delhi relations
There is little hope that Erdogan would seek to mend ties with India anytime soon. After all, tensions between India and Turkey are not just about politics but are also rooted in religion and nationalism
Afghanistan: How Italian researchers reconstructed 1800-year-old Buddhist Ghazni
Prior to the advent of Islam, Afghanistan was a Buddhist country. An animation recently published by the Italian Archaeological Mission, as a part of the Ghazni project, brings to life this history
Who's the lead horse in Turkey's presidential poll?
There is no clear favourite in the election, which is expected to have a head-to-head competition between Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Kemal Kilicdaroglu
Steeped in Orientalism, Western media has obsessive compulsive disorder of maligning India, PM Modi
The way the global press has come out to defend Rahul Gandhi against his conviction in the criminal defamation case over maligning the ‘Modi surname’ is just fantastic
Explained: Why Ant-Man 3 crushed at the box office despite getting the biggest opening in the series
Marvel Cinematic Universe had a shaky start to its fifth phase with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
EXPLAINED: Why Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton's Rainbowland banned from Wisconsin first-grade concert
A Wisconsin first-grade teacher lashed out at the school authorities for banning Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton's Rainbowland song from the concert.
Bullying a journo: Rahul Gandhi’s inglorious hour was a true reflection of the man beyond simulated image of a democrat
The Congress leader wasn’t dropping a ‘truth bomb’, he was name-calling and ridiculing a journalist who was trying to do his job
Explained | Lost American dreams: How Harry and Meghan go from riches to rags
Author Tom Quinn said it in his recently released book that Harry and Meghan will become unhappy and insignificant.
Prachanda's third term as Nepal PM: Why this time India should invest in him
Given that he is backed by Sher Bahadur Deuba’s Nepali Congress which has traditionally been supportive to India, New Delhi must actively engage with him for greater political-economic stability and more equal and mutually beneficial relations
Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga movie review: A good-looking film which could have been made better with a sharp script
Netflix’s Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga is a heist film and a hijack film put together. We have seen both heist films and hijack films in the past too. But too many stories in one film made Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga somehow lose focus. Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga had too many flaws too.
Will Bholaa beat Singham Returns & Golmaal Again to become Ajay Devgn's biggest opener?
Ajay Devgn's Bholaa is the official remake of Karthi starrer Kaithi.
There’s often a lack of understanding in US and Europe about Indian politics, society and history: Dhruva Jaishankar
Washington shouldn’t expect India to play a direct role in case there’s a Taiwan conflict, says Dhruva Jaishankar
Circular economy approach to counter marine pollution
By adopting such a holistic approach, we can reduce the amount of waste that enters our ocean and minimise the harm it causes not just to marine life, but human health as well
View From Abroad | RSS may be uniquely Indian, but it is far from unique
Setting out to rejuvenate Indian nationalism in the 1920s, the RSS had lots of precedents to draw on. And one example from a country suburb south of Berlin resonates more than any other
As China's population dips, effective policies are needed to boost fertility rates
Women and mothers need not only financial incentives but also a law guarantee that women will be offered children benefits and protection in the workplace
How iCET offers US and India a perfect platform to decouple China from semiconductor supply chain
The reiteration of the need to build a resilient semiconductor supply chain in the iCET offers an opportunity to kickstart the intended decoupling
Why India needs to be pro-active against global Khalistani networks
The government needs to do more to impress upon ‘friendly’ Western capitals, be it Washington or London, Ottawa or Canberra, to do what was needed under global commitments to end terrorism
Explained: How John Wick Chapter 4 has showed again Hollywood has an edge over Bollywood at the box-office
Keanu Reeves returned as the bruised and badass hitman for chapter four and this time, with more blood, balls, and box-office noise.