‘Midnight’s Children,’ a chronicle of a stabbing foretold.
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Amid ‘Saffronisation’ Claims, Karnataka Govt Doubles Down on Textbook Syllabus Changes
Political parties, writers' and women's bodies, and NGOs have decided to stage a state-level protest against the changes.
On Embracing the Hills: Reflections on Himachal Pradesh on Its 50th Anniversary
A personal and historical view of Himachal Pradesh, which imprinted upon my identity through both direct and subtle aspects.
Silver Lining: How These Luminaries Made the Best Out of Isolation
Stories of political prisoners, civil rights activists, freedom fighters – and the heroes unsung.
I Protest Because I Love
Ministers and men of faith are expected to be neutral in the realm of politics, as faith does not play favourites. But in matters of justice, human rights, and …
The Living, Breathing Memory of the Partition
Borders, after all, are simply political boundaries.
Is There a Veiled Message Behind ABVP Installing V.D. Savarkar’s Bust in DU North Campus?
Expressing their dissatisfaction with the move, almost 20 NSUI activists protested late into the night on Wednesday at the Arts Faculty.
A Second Tryst With Destiny
This Independence Day, let's reclaim the flag and national anthem; 'Jai Hind' and 'Bharat Mata ki Jai'. Let's reclaim India from hate and tyranny.
Debate: Dear Rahul Gandhi, This is Not the Congress that Nehru Envisioned
The Congress is hoping to revamp its image by inducting more young people, but my recent encounters with the Indian Youth Congress has left me more disillusioned than ever …