The white-caller crimes have led to black Americans having to defend their presence in public places. This goes beyond racial discrimination.
India’s maritime sector stands at the cusp of a new dawn. If we are to establish ourselves as a leader in the maritime space, we need to take giant leaps in technological and financial aspects.
In a scenario where even officially older films are a mess to watch with DVDs and Blurays butchering their aspect ratios, the trauma of witnessing colourisation of some of the seminal classics is far from over.
Nitish Kumar has put his best foot forward by establishing his government’s preparedness, ability and credential to take Bihar out of Covid crisis.
There is an urgent need to look into the critical aspects that make women extremely vulnerable to the social and economic effects of the crises.
The state has decided to keep hotels, malls, restaurants, bars, religious places, educational institutions, and city bus services closed until the end of June.
India has to assess whether it is time to look the dragon in the eye, or face the mirror.
Industries need to understand that social impact is necessary, and seeing a programme implemented in action is important than merely donating to a cause.
With the current pandemic-led distress cutting across sectors, segments and habitations, India needs a new nationwide social protection programme to salve the widespread economic agony.
In the fast-changing post-Covid-19 global order, the world is facing an unprecedented leadership crisis. India is relatively better, with Modi's ratings still high both domestically and internationally.
Those of us who can breathe, belong to a connected world without digital boundaries. Some of us are in anguish; some of us are feeling powerless, fearful or angry.
This is not about the crash. This is about our societies.
Mehbooba Mufti continues to take on the BJP-led regime on Article 370 even when the other co-signatories of the Gupkar Declaration have fallen silent.
It appears that it is Hobson’s choice for Haryana: restarting the economy or halting the infection from Delhi.
Years later, when it will be difficult to find popular cinema woven around the politics of our times, offering a balanced take, Anurag Kashyap's Choked will stand out.
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about how the social and economic marginalisation of the migrant worker is cause for serious concern, in the June 8, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
If the migrants came before all else for you, how does your narrative suddenly take precedence over their welfare?
Management of the next phase of Covid-19 is going to be as much of an economic and administrative challenge as a medical one.
It's difficult to gauge the national mood because we Indians are great ones for putting up a brave front — one reason why mental health has remained low on our priority list.
The party met its promises on Article 370, Ram Temple, Triple Talaq among others. It is set to tackle the challenges thrown by the coronavirus.
The prospect of Indian soldiers wearing Made in China gear alone should propel indigenisation efforts.
Jyoti's decision demonstrates that the thirst for recognition and opportunities is not as pervasive among the young as many of us might like to believe.
Our focus state today is a thin sliver of land kissing the Arabian Sea, the land of Chera, Kerala.
Our politicians of a certain persuasion may romanticise the chaiwallah and the pakodawallah, but these street food vendors live a slippery existence.
At a time when China is facing global indignation over its mismanagement of initial stages of coronavirus, tightening screws on Hong Kong gives Xi Jinping a nationalistic boost.
What could have been a harrowing time became full of purpose. A calling. A metier.
It was the monsoon of 1993, and two districts of North Bengal were reeling from the horror of a flood that had left it crippled.
This month, Engelbert turned 84. But his music has transcended time and generations and his voice continues to reach out to people – serving to transport and inspire, to embrace and to provoke emotions.
With the non-availability of labour, farmers shifted to Direct Seeded Rice (DSR), that saves about 20 per cent of water used for agriculture.
We will remain your fans forever, Dhoni. We are used to seeing you finish with a bang, and can't bear to see you walk out with a whimper.
India’s challenge as the fourth lockdown winds down on May 31 will be to pursue a revival of economic activity without setting off infection spikes in red zones.
The recent guidelines issued by the Producers Guild of India (PGI) indicate that post lockdown, filmmaking is going to be harder than ever before.
If the Kent aata-maker ad infuriates you, you are insufferable for me.
Be it BJP's Dilip Ghosh’s photo-op posturing in removing trees in a relatively unaffected area, or CPI (M)'s Kanti Ganguly standing like a rock beside the storm-ravaged people, netas are not losing the opportunity.
With 2020 marking the 70th anniversary of India-China friendly ties, peace should be the bottom line.
When a Mumbai train bound for Chhapra in the North ends up in Bengaluru in the South or a train set on a journey to Gorakhpur reaches Rourkela in Odisha, who has lost the way?
While you will remember what happened to them, they have already moved on. Sab yaad rakha jaayega is a poetic line for middle-class soirees.
Already misrepresented and underrepresented in popular media, the last thing the Nepali community should face is the existence of this dialogue as a reference of the community.
There is an onslaught of figures related to the Covid-19 being thrown at the public with no trends being spotted or commentaries on what could happen in such situations.
Transparency should go beyond sharing basic data on infections and mortality and should cover all aspects, such as testing, diagnostics, prevention, treatment and research.
Hockey legend Balbir Singh Senior was hailed by the nation for his two goals and feted as the new star in Indian hockey.
The virus seems to be both a literary and scientific disaster which we need to re-read and invent in the years to come.
The US and the European Union, which together account for 64 per cent of India’s readymade garment (RMG) exports, are staring at a recession.
Three consecutive Olympic gold medals don’t come easy and in Balbir Singh Senior’s case, the gold medal was adorned with three hat-tricks, making it that much more special.
Global investors are looking for the best return on capital, access to skilled labour, robust infrastructure which can support operations at a competitive cost, and regulatory certainty.
A gender-just society can only be achieved when masses collectively condemn violence towards women.
On International Day of Action for Women’s Health, it is important to generate awareness on women's health and rights.
If you were any better off than anybody else at this time, it was only a quirk of fate, and nothing around seemed very safe or the same anymore.
Unless a risk can be considered reasonable, it is akin to gambling. Without a fair prospect of survival, very few would be willing to play the game of chance with Covid-19