The apex court's anodyne order has left the question of the constitutional validity of the CAA wide open.
From being a journalist, to a ghost writer for Bal Thackeray, to taking the political plunge, Sanjay Raut never forgot the guru mantra Bal Thackeray gave him.
Indian AI sector is growing by leaps and bounds and data labelling business is expected to be valued at $1.2 billion by 2023.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about the Indian economy, which is in the midst of a prolonged slowdown, in the January 27 edition of the India Today Magazine.
It is a sign of China's growing economic heft around the globe that only 15 countries now recognise the self-governing territory of Taiwan as a sovereign nation.
As we landed at the Srinagar airport, we stopped for a few seconds to inhale hard. We were coming back to Kashmir after 14 years.
Delhi's water woes: The political turf war ahead of elections is denying citizens their 'right to life'
Clean water cannot be allowed to be the responsibility of one body alone. It has to be the collective responsibility of all government machinery.
Great lives must be documented, and Nayak does a fine job at documenting Sridevi’s.
The stress is not so much the coaching centre as the parents who put the weight of their expectations on the shoulders of their ward.
Salamat Khan, Saif’s forefather arrived in India in 1480 AD. But hold on before you give him any tag.
The cricket community today would rather be silent on matters of national importance than make statements they don't fully subscribe to.
Pakistani liberals advocate that the Pakistani PM should use the visit to do everything possible to embarrass India, including targeting us in his speech at the summit.
Even if one were to assume vegetable prices would self-adjust, owing to 'seasonal' factors, one still needs to pay careful attention to other commodities like cereals and milk.
A reputation for fairness and reliability can come crashing down if one is not judicious in the causes one takes up.
The protests will fade away while the average JNU student will continue to suffer.
As the bushfires ravage Australia wiping out one-third of the koalas and half a billion animals, PM Scott Morrison denies linkage to climate change and refuses cuts to the coal industry.
The huge hullabaloo over the CAA is difficult to understand unless it is a cynical campaign to rouse communal passions under the garb of protecting the secular nature of the Constitution.
Padukone committed the cardinal sin of stepping into an 'anti-national' university.
Can Modi government weather the storm set off by the protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and National Register of Citizens (NRC)?
From experimenting with roles in the movies, to standing up for social causes in real life, Deepika has all it takes to be our shero.
The American reality TV show on Netflix houses people together and allows them to participate in the show — and talk to each other — through the virtual assistant called Circle.
For both Alix and Kelly, who claim to care for Emira, she is just her blackness, her racial self.
While AAP is widely perceived as a clear favourite in the upcoming elections, its main worry is that it finished last in the triangular race in the 2019 LS polls.
Over the last four years, JNU has been moved decisively away from the youthful idealism of Yuva to the bleakness of Gulaal.
The fact that students protest is accepted across the world. What has shocked middle-class India is the barbaric bloody force that has been used against protesting students, from JNU to Jamia.
May 2020 be a blessing that you see in all that you see, and in all that you are not able to see.
AAP's silence on the Citizenship Amendment Act has come in for criticism, but has surely helped the party corner BJP.
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about what experts think of the country's prospects in the decade ahead, in the January 13 edition of the India Today Magazine.
American actions have put Iran under intense pressure for retaliation, even though Iran’s internal dynamics are hardly suited for an aggressive posture.
Can a horror story be political? Ask filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee.
As seen in a recent case on Twitter, lack of an 'appropriate' place to pee can lead people to lose track of reason.
Though there were occasional scuffles between student groups, the campus was largely known for debates and discussions to resolve any issues. Violence was never seen as a solution.
The way content was consumed recently has made it nearly impossible for the trade to guess what 'films' would mean to the viewer at the next turn.
It is a time where the government that has been pontificating for years, gets a lesson in politics. For all its brutality, the government is speechless.
Masked men and women launched an attack inside JNU on Sunday night. This tension had, however, been brewing since January 1.
Until Soleimani’s killing, whatever pushback there was against Iran did not really make a difference. It was always below the level at which the country would start getting deterred.
AAP is offering the electorate what the latter doesn't even find itself worthy of. The party can get away by not delivering too.
This announcement comes at a time when the government's fiscal position remains clogged.
The BJP has not merely broken a promise made to Assam. It has betrayed the Assamese people by bringing in the Citizenship Amendment Act.
The year 2019 saw a further deterioration in economic growth, with a possibility that the current fiscal year may record the slowest annual GDP growth in nearly two decades.
A year that began with celebration of Balakot promises to end in division and acrimony. It will provide the BJP time to reflect on the triumphs and errors.
Awais Khan scratches the shimmering surface of this society to bring his readers face to face with a world that is both at odds with itself and at crossroads with the Islamists.
Even as China speaks of ‘early harvest’ in border negotiations, existing Confidence Building Measures need to be improved in 2020 for a good crop to both the countries.
Violence is abhorrent, but never ever is the answer to it more violence. Isn’t that what Gandhi taught us?
How BJP's strategy of installing chief ministers from non-dominant castes boomeranged state after state
Two of the three states where BJP refused CM's chair to dominant castes have been lost by the party. In the third, it is at the mercy of an alliance.
Students are compelled to make career choices in school that are likely to stay with them for a significant part of their lives. But do they have adequate information to make such choices at that level?
India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about people who are ushering in a quiet revolution across the country, in the December 30 edition of the India Today Magazine.
The Good, the Bad and the Unknown to Orwell, A Man Of Our Time: Books to look forward to in January 2020
Good reads, Jan 2020: A collection of thrilling short stories on crime to a vivid word portrait of George Orwell — the man behind the writings, here is what to read as you usher in the new year.
A new generation of student leaders objected to the exclusion of Muslims from the CAA. They were a new citizenry showing empathy and cosmopolitanism that the BJP does not comprehend.