Bangalore Club, I must admit, felt rude even to me, a shameless reporter trained to gate-crash where not expected. But friends tell me I am in good company.
If you follow Phule and Ambedkar’s vision, it is clear that top-down approach of Indian leftists and liberals, who consider caste to be merely a part of culture and not a fundamental base, won’t work.
In a world increasingly enamoured of strongman leaders, the length of a bear hug between Modi and Xi seems to count for more than the number of agreements signed.
In all the din about the Kathua rape outcry, a warning masquerading as a historical reminder has gone largely unnoticed.
Have you ever seen a film producer or crew promote a film by declaring that they had copied a past film that bombed miserably at the box-office? You didn’t; because nobody would publicly say anything like that.
The Supreme Court itself has said that judgments can't be reserved for over three months. However, it continues to flout its own rule.
While Nepal has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi that its soil will not be used in any manner to challenge New Delhi, losing control over Nepal’s economic reconstruction would be a strategic setback for India.
Billionaire Sunil Bharti Mittal, who controls India’s largest mobile company, has just signaled a $14.6 billion fight to the finish.
Karnataka’s election is not just about Lingayat issue. There is a hoarding and Twitter war going on in the state ahead of elections.
The judiciary has, for some years now, relied less on creating its legitimacy on careful legal reasoning than it has on trying to appeal to a variety of public sentiments and political currents.