President Xi Jinping has amassed power comparable to Mao Zedong in the last five years, and is set to be immortalised in the constitution.
SC judgment on sex with minor wife should not be interpreted as a tool for parents and community leaders to “tame” rebellious daughters.
Ahead of his visit to New Delhi, US Secretary of State reveals the Indo-US relationship will be tough on China, firm on terrorism, and open for business.
Ideological schizophrenia and a perverse reading of history projects the Taj Mahal as a symbol of hate and barbarism.
It was in the book by the self-declared Hindu scholar P. N. Oak that the Taj Mahal controversy was first introduced in the 1960s.
The moot point is whether our senior military leadership really wants to influence strategy and policy, or are they happy in their operational cocoons.
Taj Mahal has always functioned as a political text, capable of producing a number of different and even conflicting meanings.
The proposed city taxi rules in Delhi and Mumbai are likely to reduce jobs for drivers, and increase congestion and pollution.
The BJP state unit was faction-ridden, did not have any local leader and relied too much on the Akali leaders' campaign for its Gurdaspur candidate.