BJP's rise undeniable part of India's political story; Congress needs to reclaim space ceded to saffron party
The rise of the BJP had something to do with the “Brahmin backlash”. But as a political party, the BJP is mistaken in its belief that it is the only claimant of that mantle.
In latest jibe against India, Imran Khan says 'Naya Pakistan' will ensure equal treatment of minorities, 'unlike what's happening in India'
This is the second time in a week that Imran Khan has tried to compare the treatment of minorities in Pakistan and India.
India rejects Pakistan's claim over Jinnah House: Mumbai-based building to be used to host foreign dignitaries, says MEA
Rejecting Pakistan's claim of ownership of the Jinnah House in Mumbai, the MEA said the government is considering using the Jinnah House for holding meetings and hosting banquets for foreign dignitaries
AMU orders probe after Mohammad Ali Jinnah's photos are displayed at varsity exhibition, issues show cause notice to librarian
The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has ordered a probe into how pictures of Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah with Mahatma Gandhi were put on display at a photo exhibition in the varsity.
Multan's third-generation hat-maker sends special Jinnah cap to Pakistan's prime minister-in-waiting Imran Khan
A third-generation Pakistani cap manufacturer, Abbas Ali, has sent a special Jinnah hat for the prime minister-in waiting Imran Khan.
Ramachandra Guha's new book on Gandhi to release in September; chronicles his role in freedom movement
The book will reveal Mahatma Gandhi to the readers just as he was understood by his contemporaries
Pakistan Army says it will play 'no direct role' in election, but country's history is replete with coups and dictatorships
Pakistan's powerful military says it is taking 'no direct role' in the 25 July election, but a history of coups and dictatorships is fuelling fears over the balance of power in civil-military relations
The plea alleged that the flags resembled the flags of the Pakistan Muslim League, which belongs to an "enemy country."
Mohammad Ali Jinnah's portrait merits place on AMU's walls; to examine his legacy, one must look beyond Partition
Is Partition truly all the legacy that Jinnah has in India? He was a fighter for Independence alongside Gandhi and Nehru. Till the demand for Pakistan came about, he was almost as important as the other leaders.
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Tariq Anwar on Wednesday charged the BJP with stoking controversy over the portrait of Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
In Pakistan, Mani Shankar Aiyar says first proponent of two-nation theory was Savarkar, calls Jinnah Quaid-e-Azam
Aiyar, speaking in Lahore at an event, addressed the founder of Pakistan as ‘Quaid-e-Azam’ Jinnah, a term fondly used by Pakistanis.
Two youths wanted in connection with the violence in the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) on 2 May have been arrested by the police for allegedly trying to breach peace and posting inflammatory material on social media.
Aligarh Muslim University postponed all examinations amid the prevailing tension within the campus over a portrait of Mohammad Ali Jinnah
Kashmirnama book review: Karan Anshuman's espionage thriller, set in troubled Valley, is engaging — but not exceptional
While Karan Anshuman does a fairly decent job of keeping the pace brisk and the chapters aptly short in Kashmirnama, he compromises on the visual detailing in the process | #FirstCulture
'Fearless' Dina Wadia, Mohammad Ali Jinnah's only daughter and Nusli's mother, passes away at 98 in New York
Dina Wadia, the daughter of Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah, passed away at her home in New York on Thursday
Nearly 5,000 women in Pakistan are killed annually mostly for reasons linked to social issues of "honour and harassment", a human rights activist has said.
In a country where a politician's health status is treated like a state secret, Sushma Swaraj's candour about her Kidney transplant is a refreshing change.
Balloons flying in with threatening and confusing messages post the Indian Army's surgical strikes are a form of "psychological operation" being carried out by Pakistan to unsettle those living in hamlets along the International Border in Jammu and Punjab, according to an officer of the border guarding force.
India has nothing to lose but everything to gain in the bargain.
Short of saying that the RSS should shut shop and appropriate the BJP instead of remote-controlling the politics, Deshmukh was quite critical of the manner in which the RSS manipulated the politics to upstage Advani.