The sheer number of cancelling of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) renewal applications of NGOs is mindboggling
The executive, which is supposed to implement the law both in letter and spirit for upholding the constitutional values, is being used as a tool for stopping activism.
As the right-wing groups, with apparent support of the powers-that-be, are out to decimate minorities, the Church hierarchy should wake up and speak up
Do you think Ram would have tolerated those Sants who want to kill Muslims?
Gopalkrishna Gandhi in conversation with Elsa Lycias Joel about India as a Republic
A unique characteristic of fascism is the use of stormtroopers operating under the benign gaze of the State
Spreading hatred in the name of religion is a contradiction, but that is what one gets to see in the country
In a recent debate on India Today TV Rev Valson Thampu, former principal of St Stephen’s College Delhi,
A pluralist India with unity of minds and hearts can be built if the people of India practice fraternity
Christope Jaffrelot is director of research at CERI Sciences, Paris, professor of Indian politics and sociology at King’s College London
To achieve the objective of raising the marriage age, the government should make sure that laws relating to RTE and other issues are strictly implemented
Some years ago, I read how an Indian sentenced to death by UAE's Supreme Court for murdering a girl had been pardoned by the victim's parents