Our biases towards coloured people reflect who we are.
Assam has been at the receiving end of historical wrongs. Immigration is a sensitive issue in the state which needed a more nuanced approach.
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.
As the Rajya Sabha gears up to discuss the CAB, the polarising nature of the Bill cannot be overlooked.
We are the moral police teaching women why and how they should avoid 'danger'.
The unrestrained wrong impressions perpetrated by the media, political commentators and academia are making mountains of mole-sized problems in India.
Citizenship Amendment Bill has begun a process whose end even its initiators haven't thought through
The Assam NRC cost the exchequer a whopping Rs 1,220 crore and proved to be an exercise in nothing.
What India needs is sensible but sweeping reform; what India is getting is Soviet-style targets for the bureaucracy.
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.
Located at Sangam Courtyard in Delhi, Dhasoo Cafe boasts of traditional flavours that’ll appeal to the millennial generation.
Many scientists do not equate scientific concern with national interest.
A Delhi court put the onus of proof on the victim.
In the past five years, the only state which has made positive headlines in matters of public education is Delhi.
Like the tiger that has tasted human blood, the Sena has also turned rogue.
Being in bed with Sharad Pawar and the Congress is a difficult threesome even for a deft political acrobat. And Uddhav has no administrative experience.
The external affairs minister's assessment of the changing global environment is apt and its impact on Indian foreign policy is already very visible.
Sunil Gupta and Sunetra Choudhury's book is not for the faint-hearted.
Avian botulism is the surficial cause that killed tens of thousands of migratory birds. Collective apathy is the underlying reason.
Beijing faced a 'tsunami' in favour of the pro-democracy movement and then its atrocities on Uyghur Muslims were exposed to the world.
The Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition between the Shiv Sena, NCP and the Congress is a learning experience for a future politics of reconciliation and hope.
Nations may boast good economics, but if the citizenry hasn’t found its artistic calling, they are incomplete.
Ace cricketer Gautam Gambhir, known for his poor judgement on the pitch, leaves much to be desired in his politician avatar.
Many ugly realities lie hidden behind the Great Firewall of China.
Good reads, Dec 2019: A heartwarming collection of short stories to chronicles of the most hard-hitting capital punishment cases in India, what to read as you head into 2020.
Read this laugh riot to know what happens before, after and during tax raids. Read it also to know how demonetisation brought out 'number teen ka paisa'.
Ajit was reportedly hopeful of getting support from 35 MLAs whom he had helped at some point of time to run their educational and cooperative institutes.
The political parties seem to have arrived at a tacit understanding that if they can't form the government, the voters must at least get nail-biting entertainment.
With the Rajapaksa brothers in power as President and Prime Minister, India has its diplomatic challenges worked out.
Lost in the sands of 11 years is a surreal little tale, recounted to me over the years by pilots.
11 years since the fateful Mumbai terror attacks, today is a good time to pause and reflect on where we have reached to prevent the recurrence of such incidents.
BR Ambedkar's suggestion prevailed over those made by HV Kamath.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about the winners and the wannabes among 28 states that ran for honours on 12 key development parameters, in the December 2 edition of the India Today Magazine.
No one in the government is convinced that the majority of the people in J&K have reconciled to the constitutional changes in the erstwhile state.
The divergent views of the Centre and the state of West Bengal have led to the Teesta river being subjected to 'conflictual federalism'.
The blackboards will have to recede a little.
In accepting to be under RTI, the court is virtually telling the citizen, RTI brings along with it the burden of citizenship as interpretation.
The earlier attempts to use JNU as a platform against the Modi sarkar failed. But this one has had more traction, even partial success.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about how the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya is a closure and an opportunity to move ahead, in the November 25 edition of the India Today Magazine.
The Supreme Court must not reverse the trend of affirmative action to back equal rights for women.
The party does not have a clear majority in most of the states it claims to rule.
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.
India is the only country where so many hurdles can be put in defence deals - it took only three months for Egypt to buy 24 Rafales in 2015.
Compared to three decades ago, the response to the recent Ayodhya judgement has been muted.
Maybe India was correct in staying out of RCEP, but now it has a lot more work to do at home.
Indians are probably getting too used to pollution!
Reputations, oral and written history — all come flashing out with a surname.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee was once a political pariah for many who later outlawed their own untouchability towards the BJP.
Will the present political turmoil in the state result in a strong government that addresses the real issues irrespective of the ideological dichotomy?