Sharman Joshi on his latest film The Least of These, Mission Mangal, and stepping into the digital space
Sharman Joshi's The Least of These is the story of an Australian missionary, Graham Staines, who was burnt to death by members of the Bajrang Dal
Narendra Modi asks if there has been a single incident of Hindu terror in years: While instances may be few, they are not unheard of
Although never mobilised to the extent to which Islamist terrorist outfits like the Al-Quaeda have been, Hindu terror has made its presence felt in isolated pockets and in varying degrees of brutality in the last three decades itself.
VHP responding to misdeeds of some missionaries by trying to introduce Hindu symbols into a missionary school is a way of flexing muscle.
The whole BJP campaign has focused on Narendra Modi as the Man Who Knows It All. That’s the gist of what Rahul Gandhi alleged when the BJP’s manifesto was missing in action. The Man was the Manifesto. So what was the point of poring over Murli Manohar Joshi’s fine print. Modi has all the answers. Modi knows all.
Gladys Staines, widow of Australian Missionary Graham Staines who was killed along with his two minor sons in 1999, on Friday could not identify two accused persons while deposing before a local court here.
Justice P Sathasivam was on Friday sworn in as the 40th Chief Justice of India (CJI) by President Pranab Mukherjee.
Nearly 14 years after Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two sons were burnt to death by a mob in Odisha, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday arrested two absconding accused in the case.