Indians are probably getting too used to pollution!
Reputations, oral and written history — all come flashing out with a surname.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee was once a political pariah for many who later outlawed their own untouchability towards the BJP.
Will the present political turmoil in the state result in a strong government that addresses the real issues irrespective of the ideological dichotomy?
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about why the threat to citizen rights and civil liberties is mounting, in the November 18 edition of the India Today Magazine.
JNU students are demanding that inequality be removed through equal distribution of subsidy.
Dhoni fans don't seem to have had enough of his helicopter shots, his stumpings and most importantly the 'Dhoni Review System'.
The housing sector has been affected by serious cash-flow problems and insolvency-related issues.
The basis of the verdict delivered is not faith or belief system but, purely and clearly, the law of the land.
Has Pakistan decided to abandon its revanchist policies against India?
The film industry continues to fail in terms of onscreen portrayal of sexual harassment, especially in the shadow of its legacy of trivialising the issue.
Pakistan's intention behind the very noble Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara corridor project is nothing but ignoble.
The apex court said the disputed 2.77-acre site in Ayodhya be given to a government-run trust for the building of a temple and a five-acre plot at a 'prominent site' will be given for a mosque.
Our freedom of expression is now at loggerheads with our freedom to breathe.
Will the green patch covering nearly 4,000 acres of Mumbai land be the collateral to Mumbai's ambitious Metro car shed?
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about changes that have influenced the nation's intimate relations, in the November 11 edition of India Today.
The topmost polluted cities of India are in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.
The BJP targeted Rahul Gandhi as a symptom of dynastic politics, but it has little to say about the Chautalas, the Pawars or the Reddys.
Police performance is judged on the basis of the number of crimes reported. It helps to under-report numbers.
India has a trade deficit to the tune of $184 billion with the 15 member countries.
The rules are more stringent and fines are heavier this time. Is Delhi set to battle pollution with the Kejriwal government's odd-even scheme?
The remains of Mosul that I walked over did not just bury thousands of years of history, but a culture of coexistence which will be hard to rebuild.
There are times one feels closer to Savarkar's ideas than Gandhi's.
Many schools have, over the years, tried to persuade children to avoid crackers.
Pragmatism is dictating Saudi posturing as the very future of the country's economic model is at stake. It needs new partners like India.
If you are a liberal, be a little liberal in respecting diversity.
Human population in this country faces an existential threat from human population itself.
This year's winners have revolutionised the theoretical as well as observational understanding of the cosmos.
Information and knowledge gaps are largely responsible for creating an environment of mistrust among riparians and the various stakeholders in the river systems.
This fictional dialogue flags questions and concerns as we confront the age of artificial intelligence.
Why does it disturb us so much, hearing a character like Arthur Fleck speak about being tired of being happy all the time?
The burden of economically irresponsible judicial decision-making could be exponential as was the case with the famous coal block allocation case.
Exit polls suggest BJP will retain power in the two states. But what do the numbers portend for the Congress?
A president who declares himself as a 'stable genius' and makes foreign policy based on instincts cannot be tackled easily.
Lebanon is one of the most indebted countries in the world. Those demanding change are doing it with songs and dance.
Gandhi's most important and prescriptive principle was to the effect that what you do with your hands will enter your heart.
Important projects impacting India's security were inked between China and Nepal.
When the film ended, I instinctively looked around for my mask before I realised I was wearing it already.
There is no point bemoaning Chinese presence.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about why independent Indian women are embracing the unattached life, in the October 21 edition of India Today magazine.
Over time, through the interventions of these economists, nations like India could change policy designs on improving delivery outcomes.
Pradeep Tomar was reportedly called in to the police station for questioning in connection with the murder of a woman.
Everything that happened at Mamallapuram remains 'informal', including the decisions taken (if any).
Don't send more happiness our way. We don't know how to deal with it anymore.
Every election had a hook. This is what makes 2019 elections so unique.
Forget about delivering something substantive on outstanding issues, Beijing has displayed undiluted hostility towards New Delhi.
Indian democracy must consider whether the offence of sedition itself must be abolished.
Chinese companies continue to secure and store the largest amount of consumer data from the world's fastest growing consumer market - India.
The Indian growth story will be an organic, consumption-led narrative spurred by the service sector.
The Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff starrer film is as far as it can be from anything that could further the cause of cinema, but that isn't something that concerns the viewer.