Cover Stories

Untenable Laws, Ulterior Motives

The BJP-ruled States are making laws on expected line: To take the country faster on the road to Hindu nationalism or Hindu Rashtra as envisaged by the Sangh Parivar and its ideologues.

Dr Suresh Mathew Dr Suresh Mathew
04 Jan 2021


After the Gujarat Carnage of 2002, in the run-up to the Gujarat State Assembly elections, Narendra Modi (as Chief Minister of Gujarat) in a campaign spewing with venom and hate,

Cedric Prakash Cedric Prakash
04 Jan 2021


By the looks of it, the monk Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh seems to have thrown his hat in the ring to be the next Hriday Samrat of the majority community of secular India.

John Dayal John Dayal
04 Jan 2021

On 29th December 2020, 104 ex-IAS officers wrote a stern letter to Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of U P, condemning the anti-conversion ordinance

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
04 Jan 2021

Yes, septuagenarian Tamil superstar Rajinikanth’s long-awaited plunge into Tamil Nadu’s political arena and his promise of corruption-free

Aarti Aarti
04 Jan 2021

This Diwali Sonoo, my London based daughter, sent me a couple of interesting pictures of a very attractive neon light display that has been put on

Balvinder Singh Balvinder Singh
04 Jan 2021

The year 2020 had been an unusual year. It began with people protesting against the citizenship Amendment Act followed by riots in North East Delhi.

Jaswant Kaur Jaswant Kaur
04 Jan 2021

Science and Education is an important tool for the development of any nation. The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) is making all efforts to enter

Manoj Varghese Manoj Varghese
04 Jan 2021

This 5th August (2020) the Prime Minister of India did the ground breaking ceremony (Bhumi Pujan) for Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

Ram Puniyani Ram Puniyani
04 Jan 2021

Apparently, the Congress in Goa has been doing everything but enhancing its reputation as a strong Opposition to the BJP.

Pachu Menon Pachu Menon
04 Jan 2021

The disheartened mother called the one more daughter born to her on November 14, 1948 Chindhi, meaning in Marathi torn piece of cloth.

F. M. Britto F. M. Britto
04 Jan 2021

It was my body talking and I thought I’d listen to the outbursts coming from different parts of me; my feet and shoulders, arms and palms, all having an argument.

Robert Clements Robert Clements
04 Jan 2021