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Why West is never tired of invoking democracy, but remains silent on rising anti-India forces on its soil
Opinion

Why West is never tired of invoking democracy, but remains silent on rising anti-India forces on its soil

The solution to the international Khalistani problem, now witnessing a rapid resurgence within Indian borders, is to stem the flow of foreign funds and propaganda with the assistance of fellow democracies

In Your Face | Conversion is a primary reason for religious discord in India, must be stopped immediately
Opinion

In Your Face | Conversion is a primary reason for religious discord in India, must be stopped immediately

We need to realise that religion is a map that helps bring us to the door of spirituality; we can either open the door or wander aimlessly looking for God

How to praise India by not praising Modi? The Economist gets panties in a twist
Opinion

How to praise India by not praising Modi? The Economist gets panties in a twist

The Economist’s tone reflects the colonial attitude of its country of origin, Britain, towards an erstwhile subject.

How courts can stop judgments on death sentence from being challenged
Opinion

How courts can stop judgments on death sentence from being challenged

There have been several genuine attempts by the Supreme Court to classify cases that can be seen fit for awarding the death penalty

Khalistanis baring their dangerous fangs again! Can Centre rely on Arvind Kejriwal to fight this menace in Punjab?
Opinion

Khalistanis baring their dangerous fangs again! Can Centre rely on Arvind Kejriwal to fight this menace in Punjab?

The border state can’t be allowed to go back to the eighties, and for this whatever is necessary, the Centre, in coordination with the Punjab government, should do

Evaluating Narendra Modi’s visit to EU and the Indo-Nordic Summit: Many hits, some misses
Opinion

Evaluating Narendra Modi’s visit to EU and the Indo-Nordic Summit: Many hits, some misses

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to three European countries — Germany, Denmark and France — and participation in the Indo-Nordic Summit at Copenhagen have prompted much celebration and speculation

Patiala violence: A clear case of political indifference and administrative lapses
Opinion

Patiala violence: A clear case of political indifference and administrative lapses

Clear directives from the government to all administrative officers for unbiased, impartial and prompt application of rule of law must be enforced with immediate effect

S Jaishankar: From a seasoned diplomat to an assertive and outspoken Foreign Minister
India

S Jaishankar: From a seasoned diplomat to an assertive and outspoken Foreign Minister

It is Jaishankar’s ability to explain India and its policies in a convincing way that has led the US, the EU, Japan, Australia and many other countries to understand and appreciate India’s positions on the Ukrainian issue

Hacking of high-profile accounts: Has Twitter given up to hackers?
News & Analysis

Hacking of high-profile accounts: Has Twitter given up to hackers?

With Twitter reportedly not serious about the hacking of several high-profile accounts, time seems to be ripe for the growth of indigenous social media platforms.

Right Word | From Anusheelan Samiti to Satyagraha: How Dr Hedgewar played a stellar role in freedom movement
India

Right Word | From Anusheelan Samiti to Satyagraha: How Dr Hedgewar played a stellar role in freedom movement

It is time to recall and recognise RSS founder Dr KB Hedgewar’s role in India’s struggle for Independence.

Memo to Muslim girls: For hijab’s sake, don’t give up on education
India

Memo to Muslim girls: For hijab’s sake, don’t give up on education

Hijab has no special religious significance, and not wearing is not regarded a sin in Islam.

Right Word | The Great Calcutta Killings: Hindu genocide and the road to India’s Partition
India

Right Word | The Great Calcutta Killings: Hindu genocide and the road to India’s Partition

Thousands of Hindus were killed in different parts of Bengal during August 1946 when violence broke out after Muslim League targeted its political opponents.

Indian laws compartmentalise criminality in rape cases: Notion of 'women as property' eclipses consent
India

Indian laws compartmentalise criminality in rape cases: Notion of 'women as property' eclipses consent

The law compartmentalises the criminality of rape based on the relationship of the victim to the offender. How does one even begin to talk about consent in such a culture?

Opinion| A patriotic, progressive Muslim voice is rising in India that is challenging Islamism
India

Opinion| A patriotic, progressive Muslim voice is rising in India that is challenging Islamism

But the new wave of youngsters is a lot more vocal and irreverent. They do not couch their words. They seem much less scared of the backlash. There are three main reasons for this change.

2022 Assembly polls: How TINA and NOTA made their mark
Politics

2022 Assembly polls: How TINA and NOTA made their mark

Narendra Modi wears the TINA badge with aplomb. From naysayers chirping away about alleged misrule, unfulfilled promises, administrative mismanagement, et al, the game changed dramatically on D-day

Every Indian is Mr McAdams: Never said a word and yelled at by media every day
India

Every Indian is Mr McAdams: Never said a word and yelled at by media every day

Like Daniel McAdams getting yelled at and yelled over while he patiently tries to get a word into the face of a bellowing megaphone of predetermined discourse, Indians in and outside India are increasingly silenced and scolded down in the global media

Women’s Day 2022: Timeless lessons today’s women can learn from the ancient Indian feminine
India

Women’s Day 2022: Timeless lessons today’s women can learn from the ancient Indian feminine

The 21st Century woman, bold, curious and fiery in her own way, does have a lot to be fascinated about her counterparts in the period before the common era

Why is Left academia so rattled by Vikram Sampath, Sai Deepak or Sanjeev Sanyal?
Politics

Why is Left academia so rattled by Vikram Sampath, Sai Deepak or Sanjeev Sanyal?

While on one hand the Left academics ruthlessly bulldozed works and careers of brilliant non-Left scholars, on the other it carefully built the narrative that what the Right did was intellectually arid.

‘The Conversion’: How a new film on ‘love jihad’ touches raw nerves and shakes one’s conscience
India

‘The Conversion’: How a new film on ‘love jihad’ touches raw nerves and shakes one’s conscience

There is nothing wrong if two adults consent and marry, but there is everything wrong if deceit and fake love is used to convert a woman

UP polls: Sudden spark in BSP’s campaigning shows Mayawati may be back in electoral game
Politics

UP polls: Sudden spark in BSP’s campaigning shows Mayawati may be back in electoral game

Although the BSP seems to have gained some momentum, it is largely the product of external factors rather than internal efforts of the party