The media continues normalise a right-wing coinage and turn identities of marginalised people into click-bait commodities.
The case will affect the future of interfaith marriages that are legally challenged by families.
Instead of fighting terrorism, the NIA seems to have become part of a marriage bureau, which is very unfortunate.
National level leaders today are like banyan trees under which nothing grows; several states are experiencing the same leadership deficit.
Hardik Patel, Jignesh Mewani and Alpesh Thakor might appear to offer hope, but the real reform is structural.
The media should have come together and demanded a fresh inquiry into the mysterious death of judge Brijgopal Harkishen Loya.
One collateral damage of 26/11 was to the old professional bonhomie among journalists of India and Pakistan. It led to the rise of the constantly warring commando-comic channels on both sides. That wound has festered in the following nine years instead of healing.
Saturday was a day of chaos worsened by partial media blackout, restrictions on social media and continuous circulation of conspiracy theories via WhatsApp in Pakistan.
The Army’s rapidly amassing power shows that democracy in Pakistan—which has scored major successes over nine consecutive years of civilian rule—is imperiled once again.