The all-important elephant corridors in the entire Western Ghats have been broken and disfigured over the years.
In February, General John Nicholson, the US commander in Afghanistan, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Afghanistan is in a "stalemate".
The post-J Jayalalithaa scenario is unfolding slowly and surely.
Student-led protests grew by over 148 percent in the five-year period between 2009 and 2014, an analysis from the Ministry of Home Affairs data on police organisations shows.
Let us remember during this time, as we are flooded with information on M Balamuralikrishna, that no matter what thinks of his musicality and how he lived his life, that this was a man who dared to be innovative.
Nehru, of course represented the clearly understandable notion of modernity, but was Gandhi merely ‘traditional?’ More importantly, are tradition and modernity so monolithic? Are they really situated in such a flat binary?
When India hosts the 8th Brics Summit in Goa next month, it will need to be the 'B' along with the 'I" in Brics
Tennis is not played on the center court in pristine white surrounded by aristocracy. Tennis is a lonely sport, and the player a nomad.
Gender inequality leading to deprivation of power among women continues to be a political reality in India today.
When one battles death at the age of 70 or more, the cause is heroic. But public reaction is a bit restrained. Death is eventually triumphant. Sadly, an old person fighting death, does not look as heroic as a young person battling i
During his roughly 10-year stint as chief minister, Hooda came out with as many as three master plans for Gurgaon — 2021, 2025 and 2031
April is the cruellest month, said TS Eliot. It has certainly been true this year in the context of scandals involving politics and the establishment
The victory of the Trinamool Congress in 2011, if read as a defeat of leftist politics in Bengal, is a misjudgement
Battle for Venkatappa Art Gallery: Why protests over its proposed adoption have deeply divided Bengaluru
The proposed adoption of Bengaluru’s renowned VAG has snowballed into a controversy, with the city’s intelligentsia finding themselves on opposing sides
Brussels attacks: No quick fixes in Europe’s confrontation with the enemy within and the enemy without
Brussels: The IS networks have been far more extensive than previously assumed. From the raids after the Paris attacks
The TN2016 Youth Vote: First-gen learners in Tamil Nadu push back as poverty and odds threaten to overwhelm them
Youngsters in Tamil Nadu are confused and angry. After battling immense odds to pull themselves out of the cycle of poverty and illiteracy, these first generation graduates hope to finally find that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Dancing to a new tune: SC's dance bar directive to cops is a step towards upholding the Right to Livelihood
Set against the banning of dance bars by the Maharashtra Government ten years ago, the Supreme Court in a recent landmark verdict has directed the police to issue licenses to the dance bars from 15 March, 2016. The fundamental right to livelihood enshrined under the Indian Constitution has been reaffirmed by the Apex Court and in what appears to be a morality versus livelihood debate, livelihood has won
Like it or not, #Trump bhaisaheb is social media jock for US millennials - and lessons here for our desi boys
When the young show up at polling stations, democratic governments will listen up. Social media is adding a new dimension to that argument - provoke the young to get to the polling station first.