What explains this denouncement of swastika because Hitler used it, and an increased use of the shahada, the Muslim declaration of faith, despite the ISIS using it?
Friday is here, and soon Monday will follow too. Just kidding! There are still two days in between.
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That day in 1975, when a grenade was hurled at India’s railways minister, it was foggy.
A reputation for fairness and reliability can come crashing down if one is not judicious in the causes one takes up.
The world appeared to be a calmer place today. Not all peaceful-peaceful; just comparatively calmer.
Glad that the most difficult day of the week is drawing to an end? We feel you.
Padukone committed the cardinal sin of stepping into an 'anti-national' university.
A good day or bad, can you think of going by it without using Google?
The American reality TV show on Netflix houses people together and allows them to participate in the show — and talk to each other — through the virtual assistant called Circle.
May 2020 be a blessing that you see in all that you see, and in all that you are not able to see.
From experimenting with roles in the movies, to standing up for social causes in real life, Deepika has all it takes to be our shero.
For both Alix and Kelly, who claim to care for Emira, she is just her blackness, her racial self.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about what experts think of the country's prospects in the decade ahead, in the January 13 edition of the India Today Magazine.
As the bushfires ravage Australia wiping out one-third of the koalas and half a billion animals, PM Scott Morrison denies linkage to climate change and refuses cuts to the coal industry.
Can a horror story be political? Ask filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee.
As seen in a recent case on Twitter, lack of an 'appropriate' place to pee can lead people to lose track of reason.
The way content was consumed recently has made it nearly impossible for the trade to guess what 'films' would mean to the viewer at the next turn.
Masked men and women launched an attack inside JNU on Sunday night. This tension had, however, been brewing since January 1.
Hydro-diplomacy should be based on scientific data and informed analysis, rather than amorphous jingoistic sentiments.
The distinct shift of the narrative from appeasement and vote bank to development and empowerment was evident when the results came in May 2019.
The people's protest is a movement to save India's soul. It is the Indian spring in winter.
Violence is abhorrent, but never ever is the answer to it more violence. Isn’t that what Gandhi taught us?
The Good, the Bad and the Unknown to Orwell, A Man Of Our Time: Books to look forward to in January 2020
Good reads, Jan 2020: A collection of thrilling short stories on crime to a vivid word portrait of George Orwell — the man behind the writings, here is what to read as you usher in the new year.
Awais Khan scratches the shimmering surface of this society to bring his readers face to face with a world that is both at odds with itself and at crossroads with the Islamists.
Students are compelled to make career choices in school that are likely to stay with them for a significant part of their lives. But do they have adequate information to make such choices at that level?
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about people who are ushering in a quiet revolution across the country, in the December 30 edition of the India Today Magazine.
Get the popcorn ready, the fight has just started.
Forcing an idea down people's throats can only lead to contagious rebellion, an irrational use of force by the state and, ultimately, chaos.
Mobs do not go on a rampage on their own. They are provoked, instigated.
Donald Trump, the world’s biggest bully, needs to work on his anger management. And then go to a good old-fashioned movie with a friend.
The pay differences on the two sides of the glass cabins are huge. Most women are not able to make it in, unless of course, asked to come in to be assigned a job.
The India-China border is 4,056 km and not 3,488 km, as China would like to believe.
The nation needs to scrutinise and debate this law fully and should not push it through with no debate as has been the norm of late.
Our biases towards coloured people reflect who we are.
Trump administration passing a law for preventing animal cruelty while watering down the US Endangered Species Act is downright hypocrisy.
Assam is calling CAB a violation of Assam Accord. Tripura says it lost jobs to Hindu Bengalis.
No one's right. No one's wrong. It's just complicated.
We are the moral police teaching women why and how they should avoid 'danger'.
Located at Sangam Courtyard in Delhi, Dhasoo Cafe boasts of traditional flavours that’ll appeal to the millennial generation.
The Gandhi-Nehru dialogue is one of the best resources we have to meditate on the horror that children are facing in the air of Delhi and other cities in the region.
A Delhi court put the onus of proof on the victim.
The actor is a victim of the rules set by the likes of him.
Water has entered the turf of a verbal war between political parties serving the purposes of egotistic claims, rather the serving the people's cause.
An engaging excerpt from Prateek Jain’s book that explores India’s most notorious cases of capital punishment.
Maharashtra's Chief Minister's first major decision after assuming office is a bold move and welcomed by environmentalists. However, it is only the first step.
In the past five years, the only state which has made positive headlines in matters of public education is Delhi.
Beijing faced a 'tsunami' in favour of the pro-democracy movement and then its atrocities on Uyghur Muslims were exposed to the world.
Sunil Gupta and Sunetra Choudhury's book is not for the faint-hearted.
Despite being convicted of rape, Bikram is still teaching yoga. And many women are attending.
Avian botulism is the surficial cause that killed tens of thousands of migratory birds. Collective apathy is the underlying reason.