Nayantara Sahgal on her new book The Fate of Butterflies, the times we live in and what lies ahead for India
Author Nayantara Sahgal on her new book, the times we live in and why she believes that India is at a crossroad which will determine her future.
Explainer: Supreme Court orders settlement of Ayodhya dispute through mediation; expect report in 8 weeks
The Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute in Ayodhya saw a new development on Friday after the Supreme Court appointed a mediation panel in an effort to resolve the decades-old conflict 'outside the court'.
Ayodhya case mediator Sri Sri Ravishankar says, 'We must all move together towards ending long-standing conflicts'
Spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravishankar, appointed by the Supreme Court as a member of a panel to mediate the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case, on Friday said everybody must move together to end long-standing conflicts.
Ayodhya case: 'Mediation' in Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute can expand scope of alternative dispute resolution in India
The Supreme Court has ordered the mediation in Ayodhya case to be completed within 8 months and the first report to be submitted within four weeks. Former Supreme Court judge FM Kalifulla, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and senior advocate and mediator Sriram Panchu will constitute the three-team mediation panel.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar to mediate Ayodhya case: His remarks on Babri Masjid dispute epitomise art of fanning fear
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, through his statement on Ayodhya, chose to terrorise the numerically inferior, by portraying a bloody, darkled future awaiting them.
Ayodhya hearing: SC orders mediation in Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in 3-member panel headed by ex-judge
The Supreme Court is scheduled on Friday to pronounce whether to refer Ayodhya's Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case to mediation for amicable settlement.
Ayodhya hearing: Supreme Court reserves verdict in title suit; Justices Chandrachud and Bobde disagree on mediation process
The Supreme Court reserved its order on resolving the long-standing Ayodhya land dispute by mediation on Wednesday. A five-judge Constitution bench, deliberating on the matter, appeared divided on whether mediation was the best way to resolve the decades-old dispute which concerns members of Hindu and Muslim communities.
Hindu Mahasabha leader Puja Shakun Pandey, who shot at Mahatma Gandhi effigy, arrested in Aligarh and sent to jail
Hindu Mahasabha Puja Shakun Pandey and her husband Ashok Pandey were arrested on Wednesday by the Aligarh police and remanded in judicial custody for allegedly shooting at an effigy of Mahatma Gandhi and glorifying his assassination on his death anniversary
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Media coverage of contentious events, Davis Cup 2019, BJP's strategy in West Bengal; today's must-read stories
The BJP is clearly training all its guns on West Bengal, and in Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee it has an astute and fiery adversary.
Hindu Mahasabha recreates Mahatma Gandhi's assassination: Is media coverage of such events doing more harm than good?
The media might not have spread the clip on social media, but it was definitely responsible for bringing the mock assassination of Gandhi into millions of homes all through the day.
5 Hindu Mahasabha members arrested for burning Mahatma Gandhi effigy; charged with ‘promoting hatred’
Five people have been arrested for allegedly burning an effigy of Mahatma Gandhi, in an enactment of his assassination on his death anniversary, officials said on Thursday. The suspects, allegedly belonging to the right-wing All India Hindu Mahasabha, fired at the effigy before setting it ablaze on Wednesday, police said.
Shooting Gandhi's effigy was not the only time the Hindu Mahasabha has been 'anti-Indian': A look at past instances
On Mahatma Gandhi's 71st death anniversary on Wednesday, the general secretary of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha recreated Gandhi's assassination by shooting at an effigy with a toy gun but this was not the first situation where the Hindu Mahasabha has gone against India and its national symbols.
'Kerala Cyber Warriors' hack Hindu Mahasabha's website, ask right-wing group's leader to 'lose weight before losing brain'
Thursday's incident is not the first time that the Kerala Cyber Warriors have hacked the Hindu Mahasabha's website. In an August 2018 hacking attempt, the landing page of the website displayed a recipe to make ‘Kerala Spicy Nadan Beef Curry’.
Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha leader, 12 others booked for firing at Mahatma Gandhi's effigy, 'recreating' his assassination
The police on Wednesday registered cases against 13 persons, including a woman leader of Hindu Mahasabha, in Aligarh for firing at an effigy of Mahatma Gandhi with an air pistol
‘Team Kerala Cyber Warriors’ hacks Hindu Mahasabha’s website, puts up ‘Kerala Spicy Nadan Beef Curry’ recipe
The Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha’s official website was reportedly hacked by a group going by ‘Team Kerala Cyber Warriors’. The landing page of the Hindu Mahasabha’s website displayed a recipe to make ‘Kerala Spicy Nadan Beef Curry’.
Hindu Mahasabha sets up 'first Hindu court' after AIMPLB's proposal to open 'Shariat courts' in all districts
The Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha on Thursday said it has established the 'first Hindu court' in reaction to a Muslim body's plan to open 'Shariat courts' in all districts.
UP By-Election: Gorakhpur loss eye-opener for Yogi Adityanath; SP-BSP combine a brute force for BJP to counter
The implications of BJP’s loss in Gorakhpur can’t be undermined, particularly in view of the damage emerging social and political coalitions can cause.
Narendra Modi's Parliament speech: Blistering rhetoric apart, PM's deification of Sardar Patel may need fact check
If Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was willing to trade Hyderabad for Kashmir, how can the BJP argue the Valley would have been ours if Patel were the prime minister?
Rise of Hindutva forces, upper caste antagonism catalyse drive by educated Dalits to assert their identity
Christophe Jaffrelot talks about what's exceptional about current resurgence of Dalit assertiveness, and why right-wing politics will always have limited appeal for backward castes
The Gwalior administration on Tuesday gave an hour's notice to the Hindu Mahasabha to remove an idol of Nathuram Godse from a makeshift temple in their office.