The film will be directed by Sai Kabir, who is also scripting the story and the screenplay.
Bail for some, jail for others: Understanding the skewed reasoning of the apex court's judicial process
While it is encouraging that the grant of bail has been prioritised in some cases, a number of other journalists are languishing in prison, with the top court doing little about their plight
Translation of M Mukundan's Delhi: A Soliloquy, depicts the city's squalor as observed by its Malayali diaspora
It took two years for the writer to paint a picture of Delhi which was far from the glamorous and ‘cosmetic’ construct of the city in those minds that have never truly visited the capital
The philosophical malaise in Ek Desh, Ek Vidhan and Ek Pradhan offers just cause for asymmetrical federalism in India
The entire Kashmir policy of the Government of India, right from 1947, is that of misplaced intrigue. Trying to hammer something which is brittle into malleability.
45 years later, how Indira Gandhi's 1975 Emergency appears through the lens of the Films Division of India
When the Emergency was declared on 25 June 1975, the Films Division's resources were marshalled to defend the clampdown and sing the praises of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and her Twenty Point Programme.
Amit Shah slams Congress on 45th anniversary of Emergency, says 'interests of one family prevailed over party and nation'
Union Home Minister Amit Shah came down heavily on the Congress on Thursday, saying the interests of one family prevailed over the party and national interests, and questioned why the ''Emergency mindset'' still remained in the Opposition party.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Japan declares month-long emergency in Tokyo, six other prefectures as confirmed cases reach 3,906
Under the emergency in Japan, residents are requested to stay at home; it does take the form of an order — and violators will not be penalized.
'Greatest emergency since Independence': Raghuram Rajan urges govt to seek experts' help in dealing with COVID-19's economic impact
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has suggested to the government to call people with proven expertise and capabilities, including from Opposition, to deal with perhaps the greatest emergency being faced by the country since Independence following the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan urges govt to invite experts to deal with economic impact of pandemic
Rajan, a professor of finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, suggested that India should now plan for what happens after the lockdown, if the virus is not defeated.
Between the stages of emergency and normalcy lies our present COVID-19 goal: What this semi-normal looks like
There will be three stages to the coronavirus era. The stage we’re in now is the period of emergency, when stores are shuttered, church services suspended, even playgrounds closed
Italy records highest coronavirus toll in one day with 627 deaths; 'you are not invincible', WHO tells youth
The US warned Americans to avoid all international travel and told citizens abroad to return now or face an 'indefinite' absence as coronavirus pandemic toll surpassed 10,000 people worldwide on Friday
Coronavirus outbreak: Donald Trump invokes Defense Production Act to marshal private companies as big three automakers agree to shut down
Calling himself a “wartime president,” Donald Trump said he would sign the Defense Production Act “in case we need it" to deal with an expected surge in cases of coronavirus
'There was an air of freedom in the country': Arun Jaitley on post-Emergency euphoria, in posthumously published book
With a foreword by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Juggernaut Books has posthumously published Arun Jaitley's A New India: Selected Writings 2014 — 19. Read an excerpt here.
Priya Balasubramanian’s novel is a story about how prejudices can sometimes lead to catastrophic consequences that threaten to destroy the peace within a family. It also highlights the effect mistrust and lies can have on the peace within a family, especially on the minds of innocent but keenly perceptive children.
Wuhan Coronavirus: Hong Kong declares emergency, halts official visits to mainland China; city confirms five cases, 122 under observation
Hong Kong on Saturday declared a virus emergency while announcing a series of measures to curb the spread of Wuhan coronavirus in the Asian financial hub
Sitaram Yechury says situation in Delhi during Thursday's CAA protests worse than Emergency, slams govt for detention of demonstrators
The situation in Delhi on Thursday was worse than that during the Emergency with internet shut, metro stations closed and the police detaining hundreds of students, activists and opposition leaders protesting against CAA, said Sitaram Yechury
SC orders probe into Telangana encounters: Extrajudicial killings are shock to India's legal conscience and have no place in a democracy
The act of killing someone is, by all means, a crime that "shocks the conscience of the nation". But, when a similar crime is committed by those who are meant to prevent it, it shocks the legal conscience of the nation
Prakash Javadekar says NDA govt committed to ensuring media freedom, highlights need for self-regulation
Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said the BJP-led government at the Centre was committed to ensuring media freedom and recalled party leaders' fight against Emergency in 1975 to protect press freedom.
‘We will preserve, protect them’: Satya Pal Malik justifies restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir, says it was done to prevent any loss of life
He also justified the imposition of severe restrictions after Centre abrogated provisions of Article 370
Gender parity, education for women more likely to achieve Narendra Modi's goal to stem population growth, not coercive tactics
From the ramparts of Red Fort on Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his concern over the 'population explosion' in India, calling those who are 'self-motivated' to limit family sizes true patriots