Standup comedian Vir Das’ Kennedy Center monologue ‘Two Indias’ is based on a pre-2014 nostalgia and the forced funeral enacted by every liberal, writes Anurag Minus Verma.
NCRB’s Accidental Deaths and Suicides in India report shows there were over 37,000 suicides for marriage-related reasons from 2016 to 2020, but only 7% of them were due to divorce, reports Nikhil Rampal.
Former governor Tathagata Roy, in an exclusive chat with ThePrint’s Madhuparna Das, claimed he has not been granted ‘active membership’, which he gave up when he became Tripura governor in 2015.
Nehru defined the spirit of India that shaped the nationalism of its people. Not the small-minded, vulgar and bigoted version we see on display today, writes Shyam Saran.
Harekala Hajabba, who never went to school himself, started out as an orange-seller and is now lauded as a hero of education, writes Anusha Ravi Sood.
Many Indians buy ‘sugar free’ health drinks in the hope that they will be able to regulate their blood glucose and gain essential nutrients and energy. But does it happen? Subhasree Ray tells us.
No matter how dominant BJP is, India is a federation of states and it has CMs in only 12. Agriculture is largely a state issue, and most of India doesn’t follow it unquestioningly, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.
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