Gathering all his guts, Rex extended a paw towards her. Just when they were getting closer, Vaibhav picked up Brownie in his arms.
After Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa was declared ‘elected’ president of SAD in the first week of July, the rebel faction has expelled Sukhbir Badal.
The stakes are huge in terms of national security and economic choices India must now make with greater clarity and realism than before.
The fear of contracting coronavirus has kept many young women from accessing health facilities and interacting with frontline health workers on family planning.
There are two pictures running in our minds on Vikas Dubey's encounter. One is as told by the police. The other is a piece of fiction which will likely be used by the web series already being scripted.
Hagia Sophia is back to being a mosque effective July 11. It is no longer a museum as Kemal Ataturk, the father of Modern Turkey, wished it.
The 2020 standoff will not lead to an Indo-US military alliance but it will deepen the existing strategic partnership between the two countries.
The pandemic has dented so many aspects of collective life over the past few months, but weddings are a different story.
When an industry leader of the stature of Taj Hotels enters the fray with its own home-delivery menu, it means there must be a strong business case for this emerging vertical.
The brazen modus operandi Beijing has employed to thrust the draconian national security law on Hong Kong could turn the tide against China.
Chinese expansionism displays a curious lack when it comes to culture. This is at odds with most countries that have had expansionist ambitions.
Having shelter ought to be a right, not just a privilege. Living a life of wealth and access, with societal power and political connections, is a privilege.
The Vidya Balan-led biopic on the wondrous mathematician Shakuntala Devi will be Amazon Prime’s second Hindi release after Gulabo Sitabo.
With anecdotes and personal history, Rashid Khalidi details how declarations and treaties omitted the use of the word ‘Palestinians’, presenting Palestine as a land without people, rightfully that of Jews.
In a culturally and linguistically diverse country like India, there is a need to conserve the tribal languages that are dying.
Post-Covid-19, China is facing great internal difficulties, why pick fights with most nations and particularly India?
After Covid-19, it is now the fresh outbreak of bubonic plague in China that has the world worrying.
Token condolence messages for Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely demise are being perceived as reductive arguments about mental illness and self-nurturing saviour complexes.
As contact tracing has failed, the number of Covid-19 positive cases has increased in Bengaluru during the last two weeks. The average number of positive cases every day is nearly 1,000.
The nation that taught the world to count sensibly and how to use data for efficient management much before the Christian era has seemingly lost its way.
Around 10 lakh migrant labourers left for their parent states in April and May. Since the Unlock 1.0 began on June 1, nearly three lakh have returned to work.
After 30 years of romance, Pakistan seems to have dumped both Hizbul and Hurriyat alike.
It seems what we are currently witnessing is a metamorphic, amalgamated evolution of the new-and old welfare state.
The biggest advantage of Bengal BJP President's sprawling 12-BHK apartment is that it is closer to the airport. With the election not very far off, the BJP leaders will come trooping in regularly.
Given the current environment of economic discontentment and tenuous geopolitical situation, are China’s actions strategically opportune?
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about the PM's new economic mantra in the wake of the pandemic and the Chinese aggression, in the July 13, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
China, in recent months, has quite brazenly started to flex its muscles and to browbeat, bully, intimidate, threaten not just smaller countries in the neighbourhood, but also some of the bigger powers.
Kerala Congress invented a system to reactivate its leaders by introducing Performance Assessment System (PAS) to rate its leaders and their popularity at grassroot levels.
The deadline to begin the trial so that the vaccine could be launched on August 15 may be unrealistic and even illegal.
While addressing soldiers of the Indian Army in Ladakh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a message to our neighbour: “The age of expansionism is over”.
A political level, Scindia pulled off a smooth coup- from getting his loyalists to quit the Congress and to get them into a BJP cabinet.
Both — Aatmanirbhar Bharat and Make in India — are great ideas, and are misinterpreted in due to vested interests, or due to lack of communication and lack of understanding among the public.
The global landscape, which till a few months back looked benign for China, has now turned against the Middle Kingdom in a manner that Chinese policymakers can ill afford to ignore.
The Covid war is far from over. India has done well in managing the pandemic so far. But the gains achieved can be easily undone by a few follies.
Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were. However, the time in the history of the world where the bygone is recalled can do wonders.
The real casualty of the Covid seems to be the newspaper. A sense of tragedy is lost in the celebration of the technological.
Nitish Kumar has demonstrated resolve and decision making that reflected in slowing down the spread and the impact of the Covid-19 in Bihar.
On an examination of the documents, most impartial observers will come to the inevitable conclusion that the RSS was right about China and the Congress was wrong.
Rajasthan Chief Minister has added to his stature ever since he ensured that Congress retained its flock together in the Rajya Sabha elections.
The duo had a fine flair for regional folk music, catchy dance numbers, soulful devotional songs, children’s songs – you name it.
The Punjab farmers are irked with the government for blowing a chance to save water and in turn, help them save money.
The trailer of Sushant Singh Rajput's last film, Dil Bechara, is out.
No Chinese national has ever set a foot in the area till the mid-1950s and it is only due to India’s weakness at that time that Beijing can make this outrageous claim today.
Orchard owners are worried as they have not been able to source the solidly-built Nepalese labourers needed for the harvest of the apple crop.
China wants to keep India occupied on two-and-a-half fronts, in order to scare smaller nations.
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about a definitive India Today-survey across 12 major disciplines for the Covid world, in the July 6, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
If you can have homeopathy, you can have Coronil too.
The RIC platform has today become a talk shop in many ways where generic discussions on global issues have become the norm.
Chinese troops have ingressed at four major points while Beijing has laid claim to the entire Galwan Valley.