Cover Stories

Modi's Misguided Claims and Gandhi's Enduring Legacy

As the 2024 General Elections draw to a close, Modiji's musings continue to rile up the opposition, but what of the serious issues plaguing the nation?

Fr. Gaurav Nair Fr. Gaurav Nair
03 Jun 2024

Modi on Gandhi": A Celluloid Character, My Foot!

Gandhi is revered worldwide as one of the greatest figures in history, celebrated for his role in India's independence and his philosophy of non-violence.

A. J. Philip A. J. Philip
03 Jun 2024


Democracy is a system of society won after long and intense struggles. The preceding society mainly had kingdoms.

Ram Puniyani Ram Puniyani
03 Jun 2024

At the end of an unprecedentedly long, dragging and tiresome election schedule during a gruelling summer, the people of India eagerly await the results on June 4

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
03 Jun 2024

June 5 is annually marked as 'World Environment Day,' an observance followed over the past five decades since 1973 under the aegis of the United Nations Environment Programme

Dr. Pauly Mathew Muricken Dr. Pauly Mathew Muricken
03 Jun 2024

The Supreme Court on Friday, May 24, refused to direct the Election Commission of India to publish the booth-wise numbers of voter turnout and upload copies of Form 17C

Michael G. Michael G.
03 Jun 2024

Recently, I watched a TED Talk by Kathryn Schulz, an author and public speaker claiming to be the world's leading "wrongologist."

S. Jayaseelan SDB S. Jayaseelan SDB
03 Jun 2024

The writer experienced ghastly incidents in the 25 Thane Parliamentary Constituency, Maharashtra, during the 2024 Elections

Ms. Merlyn D'Sa Ms. Merlyn D'Sa
03 Jun 2024

"Something troubling you, ma?" I asked, looking at my mother and also the mother of more than a billion and a quarter who were part of her offspring."

Robert Clements Robert Clements
03 Jun 2024