The two-part BBC documentary India: The Modi Question has shaken the country to the extent that it has been made unavailable in India.
The two-part BBC documentary titled ‘India: The Modi Question’ is a close look at the Gujarat riots of 2002 and the targeting of Muslims under the present dispensation
Rajiv Gandhi was somewhere in West Bengal when the Intelligence Bureau alerted him about the assassination of his mother and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
Republic Day celebration in India has become an exhibition of India’s military might with the display of the latest arms, weapons, tanks, warplanes, etc.
Law often faces its death knell at the altar of interpretation. These days, everyone who can read
In a series of lectures in Vigyan Bhavan in 2018 Mohan Bhagwat spoke in a language due to which many insiders and many commentators outside the Sangh
Juveniles lodged in child care institutions have been reported to be getting more aggressive instead of getting reformed because of abuse
Swamy Dayanand was a bare-footed friar minor. He was clad in saffron robe. He lived on the food people gave him as a pilgrim.
Flow is the psychology of optimal experience. It is like being in ecstasy or being lost in concentration. Nothing else matters.
When man comes to power, he comes with a suitcase full of weaknesses, and one of them is adulation!
A witness has to take an oath before deposition in a court of law in the country. The oath is as follows, although the language varies from court to court
Recent statements emanating from Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankhar and Lok Sabha Speaker
There has been a progression, or rather regression, of Vs over the last week. For those unfamiliar with Hindi, let me first do a literal translation
I need to preface this essay with a caveat. I was an unrelenting and downright mean critic of the Gandhi trio for privileging their own interests
Even if 1 percent wealth tax is levied on the rich, it would be sufficient to meet the cost of the National Health Mission.
The World Economic Forum President recently declared, “Expecting India to be the fastest growing economy”.
Intensive agitations have only brought about interim solutions to the problems plaguing Goa. Appeasing tactics employed by successive governments
Preventing corrupt practices means putting in place a slew of measures.
Every country, every people have their own learned insights, lived customs, traditional ways of beliefs, ex
The first melody I learned to play on my harmonica as a youngster was the ‘Red River Valley’ and often
Bharat Jodo Yatra, which began over three months ago, is in the closing phase of its journey; it is now in Haryana and heading for its destination in Srinagar.
According to the recent reports in November 2022, eight billion (8000000000) people live on this globe. Between 385,000 and 400,000 babies are born every day
When the mode of offering the Eucharist has become a bone of contention and a cause for division in the Syro-Malabar Church
"Suffering is a call to conversion; it reminds us of our frailty and vulnerability," says Pope Francis, the 87-year-old Pontiff.
Funerals are usually dour affairs, nothing to write home about. Yet, having witnessed some interesting funerals on TV in the recent past
An India Government initiative to observe 2023 as the year of millets was accepted by the UN.
The uncouth manner in which a 34-year-old inebriated “business class” passenger urinated on an elderly fellow passenger in the mid-air on New York-Delhi Air India flight
Kaizen is a Japanese ideology and methodology of action and living. It is a practical philosophy and spirituality discovered, experienced and being lived by the Japanese people.
King Charles! It seems a bit strange to call Charles the king of England, after getting used to addressing Britain’s constitutional monarch as ‘Her Majesty the Queen’
As if two years were not enough, Covid-19 is striking again in full steam, albeit in a different avatar.
Noor Fatima was a friend and actor. She had a small but memorable role in Richard Attenborough’s Oscar-winning film Gandhi.
While the whole world mourns the death of Pope Benedict XVI, who made an indelible mark as an outstanding intellectual and theologian
In the past in Gujarat, Hindu-Muslim riots have taken place in towns in Adivasi areas, without involving the Adivasis
Justice B V Nagarathna is making waves! In the first two working days of the Supreme Court in 2023, she gave dissenting judgment
Six years after the notification of the Central Government demonetising Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes, a five-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court
The Congress party under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi has undertaken a Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir as part of reinventing itself by reconnecting with the masses of India
The horrific “hit-and-dragged” road accident that occurred during the wee hours of this January 1, in Delhi has generated a lot of debates.