On August 27, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made a farfetched statement
Finally, the result is out. We are in the negative. It is neither 16 per cent nor 18.5 per cent, as estimated by different agencies.
It is your parting comment that you wrote your judgements on the basis of the dictates of your conscience that prompts me to write this letter.
On all counts the past couple of weeks, particularly the first eleven days of September, have been a defining period in the history of India.
The popularity of PM Modi has not dwindled despite the three huge disasters: Unprecedented spread of Coronavirus infection making India
At this time in human history, we are all learning to live with COVID-19. The coronavirus pandemic is affecting our lives in numerous ways.
Fr. Gaston Roberge, a French - Canadian Jesuit priest, had been asking himself since the 1980s why India did not have a new theory of popular films.
Swami Agnivesh, who was hospitalized due to liver cirrhosis at the Institute of Liver and Billary Sciences (ILBS) in Delhi and suffered multiple organ failure,
Histories are usually written by winners who describe the performance of their heroes in glorious terms.
Anju Grover for Indian Currents spoke to former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha to know implications of the 23.9 % contraction in the GDP
Two instances of COVID-19 related rape in Kerala last week has triggered public angst.
At a time when protection of civil liberties in different parts of the country has become a grave concern