The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Thursday warned against consumption of top-selling drugs — gabapentin and pregabalin that are sold in India to treat neurological disorders — as they may cause “serious breathing difficulties”. Himani Chandna reports.
CAA-NRC-NPR has divided India like nothing in decades, and the world is disappointed, if not critical. The stakes for Modi are higher than for Indira Gandhi, writes Shekhar Gupta.
What troubles protesters so much about Modi’s idea of India? It is just one thing. A strong, organised, politically aware Hindu consolidation, writes Makarand R. Paranjape.
The CAA will create victims of innocent but undocumented Indians. No wonder our youth is on the streets. But is feckless and reckless Modi govt listening? Read the article by Congress MP Shashi Tharoor.
A corrosive strain of American Left-wing identity politics has taken root among the progressive sections of the young, urban elite in India. But it won’t defeat RSS, writes Asim Ali.
Family members of those arrested for Friday’s anti-citizenship law violence in Bijnor allege that police barged into their homes, thrashed women with sticks. Read the ground report by Fatima Khan.
The BJP was caught unawares by the magnitude of the “spontaneous” protests against the amended citizenship law that have erupted across the country, but insiders said the party was not “worried” about its implications, reports Neelam Pandey.