Earlier on Monday, JNU student activist and infamous ‘anti-national’ Umar Khalid was shot at outside the Constitution Club in New Delhi. Although Khalid escaped the attempt unscathed, he narrated, in vivid and harrowing detail, how he was confronted by a band of men at a teaRead More
Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam 2, which is slated for release on 10 August worldwide in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, is turning out to be his most important and crucial film till date. It is his first release after the announcement of his political party MNM. He has to assertRead More
The IMF commentary on India has given a thumbs-up to the Narendra Modi-led government for a series of structural reforms, mainly the roll out of the goods and services tax (GST) and the bankruptcy code, and also gives the country a three-decade window to emerge as a developed economic powerRead More
Bollywood movies are popular in China. Aamir Khan flicks even more so. That could explain why Chinese media has been crying "all is well" and advising Imran Khan, Pakistan PM-designate, to ignore what "western media" is saying on China-Pakistan ties. To make up for its lackRead More
Newspapers have been around in India for over two centuries, but if we were to have opened one from 1780 many stories would be similar.
Another thing we seem to be unable to leave behind as a modern society is lynching. The dictionary defines this as to kill someone for an
The primary indicator of the state of the economy in a developing country like India is the gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate.
The government recently released data for the January – March quarter (Q4), and India’s GDP growth rate now stands at 7.7 percent. This isRead More
There’s a lot of news online that’s being consumed on a daily basis, be it on our way to work in a crowded train, at home in the middle of doing daily chores, and for many at the breakfast table, like my father, who loves reading out news headlines aloud (for whatever reasons) fromRead More