For all her ‘connect with the people’, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s ‘Hinduism’ is even more farcical than Rahul Gandhi’s
For more than 70 years now, when it comes to Hindu rights and the administration of Hindu institutions, including temples, laws have been lopsided against Hindus and in violation of the Constitution
Historian and author Vikram Sampath explains why Savarkar has been wrongfully targeted on the issue of clemency and Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination, and how he has become a casualty of contemporary politics
The Hindu dharma represents the world’s most ancient continuously practised, indigenous spiritual and philosophical tradition
Dismantling Global Hindutva conference: From 'open declaration of hate' to 'urgent and important', how Twitter reacted
Those that support DGH claim it takes aim at Hindutva and not Hindus, while those against it call it a thinly-veiled disguise for a Hindu-phobic campaign
From being called "dotheads" and "cow piss drinkers" to being force-fed beef under the garb of a joke or by "mistake", on-campus traumatic episodes are aplenty
Education minister Vishwas Sarang said the move is aimed at instilling social and medical ethics among the students
In their defence, the supporters of this conference, as well as many others with a left-liberal worldview, emphasise that their target is the political ideology of Hindutva and not Hindus as a people
Avowedly against a make-believe 'global Hindutva' movement and presence, these activist-academics' goals are clear: allow for the deracination and delegitimisation of Hindus, demonise Hinduism and balkanise India
Hinduism has been portrayed as a human rights nightmare, the cause of every problem in India
Kaveree Bamzai's new book on Shah Rukh, Aamir, and Salman benefits the most from its timeliness, given the rising conversations around Islamophobia, the streaming vs theatres debate, and the Khans' own complacencies.
Speaking at an event organised by Muslim Rashtriya Manch, the Muslim wing of the RSS, Bhagwat said there can never be any dominance of any religion but, only 'dominance of Indians'
Speaking on the occasion of Shiv Sena's foundation day, Thackeray said standing on one's own does not mean just fighting elections but fighting for rights.
West Bengal polls: How Mamata Banerjee's Nandigram daredevilry led TMC from near-collapse to sweeping the state
With all leaders who could pull others with them gone, this victory has placed Mamata Banerjee in a safe seat to rule the state
Tamilians don't just pray in temples; they see them as community spaces that reaffirm social unity
IPTA theatre festival cancelled in MP over Bajrang Dal opposition to plays by Vijay Tendulkar, Prema Janamejaya
The ire of the Bajrang Dal is directed at the two satirical plays, Jati Hi Poocho Sadhu Ki (Ask only the caste of the sadhu) written by the Padma Bhushan awardee Vijay Tendulkar and Besharammev Jayate (Shamelessness alone triumphs) by renowned Hindi playwright Prema Janamejaya.
The BJP has been inducting Bengali film personalities almost en masse for the last two years
During the four-hour surgery on 21 February, the vets in Faridabad found nails, plastic, marbles and other garbage in the cow's stomach
Delhi Police hunting down peaceful activists and accusing them of separatist plot, says Pieter Friedrich
'Nobody thinks the current agricultural system is flawless, but the new laws appear to be pure crony capitalism intended to place farmers at the mercy of ruthless multinational corporations,' says Friedrich
Kerala Sahitya Akademi Awards: S Hareesh’s Moustache wins prize for best novel, P Raman honoured for poetry
The fellowships given by the Kerala Sahitya Akademi carry a cash award of Rs 50,000, a two sovereign gold locket, a citation and a certificate. The awards carry a prize money of Rs 25,000, a citation and a certificate.