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Story Posted on 06-03-2015

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Leslee Udwin, Nirbhaya Rape case, Dec 16 Rape Case

India's Daughter: How Delhi's suffering from the "living room syndrome"

It is the burden borne by Delhi’s elite class to decide what the rest should think, what opinion they should have and express.

POLITICS

 |  RIGHT Foot Forward  |  7-minute read
Congress, BJP, Opposition, Parliament

Why Narendra Modi needs to remain aggressive in Parliament

At present the PM has the entire Opposition, NGOs, media, left-lib intellectuals and some sections of businessmen rallying to derail him.

POLITICS

 |  Rough Cut  |  3-minute read
Leslee Udwin, Nirbhaya Rape case, Dec 16 Rape Case

In praise of India's mothers

Like Asha Devi, it's that attitude India's mother has to change - that India's daughter should be apologetic about her existence.

ART & CULTURE

 |  7-minute read
Narendra Kumar Ahmed, Bollywood, Fashion

The ageing entitlement of Narendra Kumar Ahmed

Why is it so very hard for the Indian film industry and anyone allied with it to make and keep appointments?

POLITICS

 |  7-minute read
Leslee Udwin, Nirbhaya Rape case, Dec 16 Rape Case

India's Daughter: An honour killing for Indian sons

The film speaks so many uncomfortable truths about an Indian patriarchal society that no wonder the most offended by it are men.

LIFE

 |  2-minute read
Women, Sexual assault, Festivals, Holi

Holi: Happy hooligan day to you too

Holi is a very different festival for men and for women. 



MONEY

 |  4-minute read
Economic Reforms, Economy, BJP, Narendra Modi

Budget 2015 can transform India's ailing economy

The Budget is not big in terms of rhetoric, poetry and drama - but in terms of substance.

POLITICS

 |  8-minute read
Muslims, Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan

What is behind Nawaz Sharif's rapid, frequent visits?

As King Salman gives riyals to Mumbai's Zakir Naik, the new mantra in Islamabad appears to be “Saudi Akbar”.

POLITICS

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BBC, India's Daughter, Dec 16 Rape Case

Yes, be outraged. But against rape, not the documentary

This problem needs to be squarely talked about, confronted and tackled and not left to occasional bouts of anger and disgust.