Manual scavenging is a reality and Dalit women, particularly, will be forced to shoulder the burden of cleaning dry pits.
China's dying labour-force boom, like the Soviet Union's in the 1970s, may not revive even with Silk Road project’s heavy investments.
Having played most of their cards, Modi-Shah are searching for a new one. That is why an effort is being made to polarise the voters.
Rajasthan is abuzz with a negative sentiment against the chief minister, and lynchings are only part of the problem.
Satish Acharya explains how his association with tabloid ‘Mail Today’ came to an end.
A new study shows that accounting for jati and not just govt-defined castes gives new insight into India's ethnic heterogeneity.
As a consequence of continuous appeasement of military in Pakistan, the current ‘arrangement’ has given khakis authority to call shots.
The Nobel Prize winner passed away Sunday at the age of 85.
In Pakistan's Rehman colony, which has neither a public school nor an empty plot, the local Hindu community offered to set up the school at their temple.