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Infinite darkness of war lies ahead for India and Pakistan: Islamabad needs to ask if forcing New Delhi's hand is truly in its interest
India

Infinite darkness of war lies ahead for India and Pakistan: Islamabad needs to ask if forcing New Delhi's hand is truly in its interest

From February’s crisis, both India and Pakistan ought to learn that the walk from the status quo to the apocalypse isn’t as long as we imagine

If you want to impeach CJI, you must shoot to kill, not hurt: Nariman
India

If you want to impeach CJI, you must shoot to kill, not hurt: Nariman

Fali S Nariman had never seen anything like the rebellion of the four senior-most judges on January 12, 2018. This compelled him to write a book titled God Save the Hon’ble Supreme Court. Here he speaks with BV Rao and Shishir Tripathi on the impact of this unprecedented incident

Modi's good governance agenda needs a relook
India

Modi's good governance agenda needs a relook

Modi began his tenure with a good governance agenda—he would clean India, spur growth and generate employment in the industrial sector. There would be no need for employment generation programmes like the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) in a skilled India replete with opportunities. Despite these noble intentions, governance has hardly benefited the common citizen

This time it is for real
First Cricket News

This time it is for real

After many false starts, West Indies are showing signs of revival but a long journey lies ahead

How Sathiyan Gnanasekaran turned the tables on fate
Sports

How Sathiyan Gnanasekaran turned the tables on fate

Around two years ago, Sathiyan was languishing at 125 in the world rankings after a round-of-64 exit at the Asian Championships. Twenty-one months down the line, he has jumped 97 places, breezing into the top 30.

Treading softly on the thin red line
India

Treading softly on the thin red line

There are two routes that India and Pakistan could take: they could either escalate prevailing tensions further and push the region towards greater possibility of a nuclear encounter, or cease further military operations and fight the battle diplomatically

A deep dive into the gene pool to understand epigenetics and epigenomics
World

A deep dive into the gene pool to understand epigenetics and epigenomics

This plot line of the 1997 American science fiction film Gattaca may or may not become reality, but it brings into focus a tiny double-stranded particle that knows our most intimate secrets

Content killed the Superstar
Entertainment

Content killed the Superstar

The rise of a new order of actors that banks on content-driven cinema threatens to overhaul Bollywood’s conventional notion of superstardom

The Heroine gets Real, No Strings attached
Entertainment

The Heroine gets Real, No Strings attached

Hindi mainstream cinema is seeing a surge in heroines who do not fit in a box, and audaciously defy societal norms even at the risk of appearing less affable on screen. Bollywood is learning how to make the heroine authentic

Against the India Idea
India

Against the India Idea

The fact that majority of the people in the northeastern states came out vehemently against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019 (now lapsed in Rajya Sabha), is a strong indication that they saw through the ulterior design of the religion-based legislature

Time madrassas give children their right to education
India

Time madrassas give children their right to education

RTE will ensure a modern curriculum and children will not feel left out once they leave madrassas

World watches, from a distance
India

World watches, from a distance

India and Pakistan have been told to calm things down but nobody is getting too worked up about the situation

The odd case of the Akhtars
Entertainment

The odd case of the Akhtars

A constant inner clash between creativity and the urge to conform to industry pattern invariably seems to bog down the works of Zoya and Farhan Akhtar every time

The day after the dreams
India

The day after the dreams

From Uttar Pradesh to Kerala, the jihadist tides which led Alam to Iraq has left behind a detritus of grieving parents and shattered homes.

Second fiddle is the only place left. Take it
Life

Second fiddle is the only place left. Take it

The toughest part to play in the orchestra of life is second fiddle. For most of us, the 40-odd years we work never go beyond the back row or the support role or the subordinate staff level, our lives spent seguing to other people's tunes, responding to their moods, their calls, their signals, their priorities and their orders.

Nothing Naya about Pakistan but India will never be the same
India

Nothing Naya about Pakistan but India will never be the same

The Balakot air strike shows that India has moved away from the policy of strategic restraint, a shift that will have enormous impact on the region and beyond.

A dazzling show of ‘rock stars’
India

A dazzling show of ‘rock stars’

This is the third time that the Nizam’s jewels have been exhibited following their purchase by the Government of India in 1995 for a relatively paltry sum of Rs 210 crore.

Paradigm shift in India's war against terrorism
India

Paradigm shift in India's war against terrorism

India has been a repeated victim of Pakistan-sponsored terrorism for over 30 years. New Delhi has all along tried to persuade Islamabad to stop non-state actors (read: terror organisations) operating against India from its soil.

India's bombs haven't killed the Jaish
India

India's bombs haven't killed the Jaish

In the Jaish-e-Mohammed's headquarters in Bahawalpur, that’s being understood as a sign of weakness — meaning more lethal attacks are, almost certainly, just weeks or months away.

London home of Noor Inayat Khan, World War II era heroine, commemorated with 'Blue Plaque'
India

London home of Noor Inayat Khan, World War II era heroine, commemorated with 'Blue Plaque'

After World War II broke out, Noor Inayat Khan decided to join the effort against Nazi tyranny. She joined the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force in London and trained to be a radio operator.