The blackboards will have to recede a little.
The earlier attempts to use JNU as a platform against the Modi sarkar failed. But this one has had more traction, even partial success.
After the Ayodhya verdict, the Hindu-Muslim discord was prevented, thanks to the steps taken by the administration and community leaders. But Muslims in India are now divided.
The Supreme Court must not reverse the trend of affirmative action to back equal rights for women.
A riveting excerpt from Romesh Gunesekera’s coming-of-age novel that explores difficult friendships and sudden awakenings against the backdrop of the changing face of Ceylon.
Indians are probably getting too used to pollution!
Reputations, oral and written history — all come flashing out with a surname.
Critics miss the point that increased participation of women in the workforce is critical to India's GDP growth.
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.
Police performance is judged on the basis of the number of crimes reported. It helps to under-report numbers.
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 rules are more stringent and fines are heavier this time. Is Delhi set to battle pollution with the Kejriwal government's odd-even scheme?
As the time for Supreme Court’s Ayodhya verdict approaches, the reaction of Maududi’s successors assumes significance. Will they moderate? Or will they radicalise?
Human population in this country faces an existential threat from human population itself.
What if the future kids cooked a half-plate bheja fry of a politician and be disappointed that it tastes like dung?
Many schools have, over the years, tried to persuade children to avoid crackers.
The Amazon Prime series packs a lot of emotional truth. It skips all the emotional manipulation.
Why does it disturb us so much, hearing a character like Arthur Fleck speak about being tired of being happy all the time?
Gandhi's most important and prescriptive principle was to the effect that what you do with your hands will enter your heart.
Pradeep Tomar was reportedly called in to the police station for questioning in connection with the murder of a woman.
Over time, through the interventions of these economists, nations like India could change policy designs on improving delivery outcomes.
Indian democracy must consider whether the offence of sedition itself must be abolished.
Radio offered nothing beyond music and advertising, while TV debates were all about a screaming match on the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
No matter how much the RSS is misunderstood and demonised, whether by left liberals in India and abroad, its contribution to the making of modern India is indubitable.
You can say anything about him and no one will file a case against you claiming ‘sentiments were hurt.’
Once Gandhi is read as a scientist who used his body as an eternal test tube, the idea of satyagraha acquires a different kind of vitality.
In the Nazi regime, even a scintilla of resistance meant painful death.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about Gandhi’s complex legacy, in the October 7 edition of India Today magazine.
Post MeToo, the rules have changed and a philanderer is no more a charmer even when he is Brad Pitt.
The Mahatma would have been sharply critical of what is represented by Hindu nationalism.
The movie checks most boxes in terms of factors that the West expects from the cinema it terms 'foreign'.
Amid one of the largest environmental protests ever, the commitments from some of the biggest emitters — the US, China, and India — are awfully inadequate.
To say that reduction of plastic will require radical change in our lifestyle and culture is to ensure that no one will listen.
Dry days are the middle path traversing between a drinking drought and a drinking deluge.
Hindi has become by default the language that most Indians speak.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about why Indian roads continue to be deathtraps and what needs to be done to end the dangerous driving culture, in the September 30 edition of India Today magazine.
The salvation of India’s endeavour to meaningfully educate its youth lies through the path of technology-based education.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about what Chandrayaan 2 helped us achieve despite the Vikram lander suffering a hard landing, in the September 23 edition of India Today magazine.
The scheme was introduced for private vehicles and two-wheelers. The sensitivity of pollution levels are, however, far higher for commercial vehicles.
The pattern of riots following all blasphemy accusations is hard to miss.
Be warned. Paper and cloth bags too come with dangerous environmental costs.
Just about anyone can start driving on the road in real-time in real traffic in the country.
The Amazon fire is a reminder that unbridled development is not in consonance with ecological sustainability and, consequently, human well-being.
His insurrection against the British during World War I was a precursor to the armed struggle led by Subhas Chandra Bose against them during World War II.
It matters little that the impact implies someone’s death.
The proposed policy creates room for a healthy blend between skills and knowledge.
In some other countries, it would be sacrilegious to present a film in a format different from its original.