It was Rajiv Gandhi who began celebrating Swami Vivekananda’s birthday as National Youth Day since 1985.
Blocking of PM’s speech, West Bengal and Karnataka played with the delicate balance of power between states and the centre.
The revival of a new form of constitutional liberalism can be the political glue that binds diverse social forces.
Even as India continues its big-ticket weapon buying spree, Sitharaman must address the key question of the soldier behind the machine, and the structure behind the soldier.
A former Delhi Police commissioner recalls his reconnaissance visit to a plush London neighborhood to survey a villa owned by Dawood Ibrahim.
The CIA saw the Nathu La clashes as “military expressions of intensified political relations”, and asked for better reporting on the Sino-Indian border situation.
India must work with Myanmar, Bangladesh to minimise effect of violence on Rohingya refugees so that they are not susceptible to exploitation.
The central government seems believe the NIA raids will help contain political unrest and erode the public credibility of the Hurriyat leaders.
K. Vaitheeswaran co-founded India’s first e-commerce website, Fabmart.com and his book speaks of how it collapsed.
The book traces decades of Indian advertisement, what went behind their making, and how it relates to changing public psyche and economics of the times.