WI Vs IND | 1st Test Aug 22, 2019
WI 37/1 (12.5)
SL Vs NZ | 2nd Test Aug 22, 2019
SL 144/6 (66.0)
ENG Vs AUS | 3rd Test Aug 22, 2019
AUS 154/4 (49.5)
IR Vs IB | Match 2 Aug 23, 2019
IR 163/2 (68.0)
SL Vs BT | Match 15 Aug 23, 2019
SL 113/5 (13.0)
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Aug 14, 2019
Sonia Gandhi returns to lead Congress amid disagreement over Kashmir, but her silence remains deafeningIronically, Sonia Gandhi has returned to pull her party out of an existential crisis — a crisis that came to the fore during her previous term
May 23, 2019
Tejasvi Surya’s win, Kanhaiya Kumar’s defeat in 2019 Lok Sabha polls reflect the changing narrative of ‘New India’Tejasvi Surya projected himself as flag-bearer of ‘New India’ that is confident, assertive and which believes that issues like poverty, economic inequality and social divide will not be resolved by rhetoric but by strengthening the concept of nation-state and market economy.
May 23, 2019
Begusarai Lok Sabha Election 2019: Trends put BJP miles ahead, serve reality check to Kanhaiya Kumar and the LeftBegusarai was the place to be and the contest to watch in the 2019 Lok Sabha election, at least until a few days ago
Feb 27, 2017
Ramjas clash: What’s so gross about Sehwag’s tweet? On tolerance we must practice what we preachThe intolerance debate is getting farcical for sure. What’s so gross about Virender Sehwag expressing his view on Gurmehar Kaur? If she is entitled to her opinion on the Kargil war, then the former Test cricketer is free to have his own view too.
Oct 16, 2016
Uniform civil code: Triple talaq, polygamy might be ground on which Hindutva asserts itselfIt is felt that polygamy is the instrument through which Muslims reproduce faster than Hindus and at some point will become a majority.
Sep 24, 2016
Uri attack aftermath: Are the people who vouch for war aware of its consequences?In short, BJP’s supporters may want war, but that is less than 33 percent of the voters going by the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, and voters are not the entire populace
Feb 19, 2016
Going sideways in reverse: Hysterical polarisation around JNU row is not only counter-productive, it's counter-intuitiveThis hysterical polarisation around JNU is not just counter-productive to the country's political and social health, it is also counter-intuitive.