The US President’s speech struck all the right notes about Modi’s leadership and India’s achievements under him.
China is the biggest source of intermediate products for India that is worth $30 billion a year.
Swamiji Krushnaswarup Dasji's words have outraged the liberals who think girls of menstruating age menstruate and refuse to acknowledge that the word menstruation begins with men, who decide what women can touch and when.
Much needs to be done by the Modi government to take the India-US relationship to a new level despite key challenges.
Kalam wasn’t just a political nonconformist. He was a nonconformist in his religion too.
The virus has already spread to 27 countries, including India, across Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, Africa and Middle East.
Democracy as protest creates ambush and lethal surprises which warns regimes that democracy never lets politics to be taken for granted.
Imtiaz Ali's Love Aaj Kal makes Jab Harry Met Sejal look like Da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
India’s health systems need a rejig with community health physicians and public health champions leading the space.
The renewed interest in the Bay is driven by opportunities of connectivity, trade and development.
Treat it as a Valentine's message to the people of India.
From saying there is no alternative to Kejriwal to ridiculing his opponent, the Delhi CM followed the Modi script to the last word.
In a strategic sense, Pulwama has been something of a disaster for Pakistan and its irredentist 'Kashmir cause'.
Despite being the world's biggest film industry, Bollywood continues to be ignored by all major film awards festivals of the world.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about how a clutch of promising initiatives fall short of being a credible roadmap to economic recovery, in the February 17, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
The process began when the results of the 2014 national elections came out. Many called it a vote for Hindutva.
Despite the decriminalisation of Section 377, sensitive films on the LGBTQ theme barely find space in India. Has the law really changed the mindset of people?
There is a heightened sensitivity to everything we say. Only politicians are exempted.
It seems like more than anyone else, it is Sisodia who is aware of his limitations as a politician.
Kejriwal’s comeback is all the more significant because he repeated his 2015 feat so convincingly.
Arvind Kejriwal and the Aam Aadmi Party can now aspire to spread wings in other states as well.
The Delhi legislative assembly election 2020 was a very important election due to various reasons, both national and local.
A low share of allocation to health in this year’s budget will impact the public spending on health.
The famed resilience of Kashmiri Pandits is chronicled in Shikara, where a generation confronted with brutal hate nevertheless ensures their children are not engulfed by the storm.
Given China’s massive global economic footprint, the impact of the epidemic is beginning to be felt, without a crisis point being reached as yet.
There is no end in sight to the dreaded epidemic which continues to spread.
Various census and surveys have repeatedly been criticised for under-representing the population of persons with disabilities in India.
The protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act ambushed the government and surprised India.
In public discourse the middle ground is shrinking very fast, in part because no one has any use for it.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about Nirbhaya, who started a revolution of sorts, and how we have essentially failed her, in the February 10, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
Technology-based learning can be a game-changer, generating huge resources not just through the needs of India but also from a global viewpoint.
The Modi-Shah combine is handling the CAA movement with a rigid unflinching strategy to not give in when good sense should have prevailed.
The first budget of the new decade could have been more promising in the bleak times of economic slowdown.
Union Budget 2020-21 is not merely a statement of government expenditure and receipts, but pursues a holistic vision of well-being.
Survey focuses on the government’s priority on labour-intensive employment and a greater reliance on reforms in agri-business and export segments.
If you haven't been to China recently, you should not be worried about Wuhan flu.
What was the sexual harassment case against Justice Gogoi all about? Some questions need to be answered in order to uphold the credibility of the Supreme Court in the eyes of the people.
While the magazine sweepingly declares that Modi is determined “to transform India from a tolerant, multi-religious place into a chauvinist Hindu state”, it does not explain how India will cease to be multi-religious.
It is perhaps time for India to wake up and recognise that Tibetan refugees have never created any problems for India over the last 60 years.
Avik Chanda’s book Dara Shukoh, The Man Who Would Be King takes a hard look at the man, the ruler and the secularist in him.
It's a problem when something as important as the Bodo Accord is ignored and only Shaheen Bagh is exalted, so disproportionately.
Bolsonaro’s visit marks both a re-affirmation and a consolidation of India-Brazil ties after the high point reached in the relationship under President Lula and the slowdown in momentum under his successor Dilma Roussef.
The apex court's anodyne order has left the question of the constitutional validity of the CAA wide open.
From being a journalist, to a ghost writer for Bal Thackeray, to taking the political plunge, Sanjay Raut never forgot the guru mantra Bal Thackeray gave him.
Indian AI sector is growing by leaps and bounds and data labelling business is expected to be valued at $1.2 billion by 2023.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about the Indian economy, which is in the midst of a prolonged slowdown, in the January 27 edition of the India Today Magazine.
It is a sign of China's growing economic heft around the globe that only 15 countries now recognise the self-governing territory of Taiwan as a sovereign nation.
As we landed at the Srinagar airport, we stopped for a few seconds to inhale hard. We were coming back to Kashmir after 14 years.
Delhi's water woes: The political turf war ahead of elections is denying citizens their 'right to life'
Clean water cannot be allowed to be the responsibility of one body alone. It has to be the collective responsibility of all government machinery.
Great lives must be documented, and Nayak does a fine job at documenting Sridevi’s.