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.
Radio offered nothing beyond music and advertising, while TV debates were all about a screaming match on the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
Is the sarsanghchalak inkling towards a change in RSS's commitment to swadeshi economics?
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.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about the investigative agency’s pursuit of high-profile targets, in the October 14 edition of India Today magazine.
Our issues with China are much graver on land than on the sea, where the Quad or the Indo-Pacific concept may not render us the support needed.
China is clearly getting ready in case of another showdown with India.
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.
If China has a strategy of containing India, then New Delhi can challenge Beijing’s core interests. Alliance with Russia could come in handy.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about Gandhi’s complex legacy, in the October 7 edition of India Today magazine.
The Mahatma would have been sharply critical of what is represented by Hindu nationalism.
Post MeToo, the rules have changed and a philanderer is no more a charmer even when he is Brad Pitt.
The PM’s advice to the President has to be in the public domain as it represents the exercise of constitutional power.
Ignoring the mental meltdown of the Pakistani PM, who has justified jihad against India, as the rant of a deranged mind would be a blunder.
The Thackeray scion’s foray into electoral politics is a delayed attempt to win over Maharashtra the way only his grandfather did.
Ditch these foods — now.
Dry days are the middle path traversing between a drinking drought and a drinking deluge.
One can understand that India will not be a priority for Xi, but, can China afford a clash with India, adding yet another headache for its President?
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.
There has been no doubt that the Prime Minister is India’s greatest leader since Mahatma Gandhi.
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 approach to 'reform' has often included short-term measures that allow the economic car engine to start and push ahead faster but slow down eventually.
Modi’s masterstroke at the event was the manner in which he raised the Article 370 issue.
The salvation of India’s endeavour to meaningfully educate its youth lies through the path of technology-based education.
India must use Houston as a launch pad for a robust new strategic global role grounded in clear-eyed reality.
The relations between the two nations are today driven by the political consensus that strong ties are imperative.
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.
Yes, you too. So what?
The pattern of riots following all blasphemy accusations is hard to miss.
The ‘last-mile’ window, on the face of it, is likely to help provide the necessary funding for healthy housing projects. That won’t be enough.
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.
Singh made swift political switches through his career. He will take the ‘Kripashankar culture’ to destination next.
It matters little that the impact implies someone’s death.