The government’s affidavit perpetuates the misconception that rape cannot be established without medical evidence.
Gauri Lankesh's brutal killing outside her home raises an uncomfortable question: why are people emboldened to kill in Karnataka?
The new facility can store 30-60 Shaheen-III missiles, will bring entire India, even Israel into target range.
It is no surprise then that Tamil Nadu, which has a century-long tradition of social justice, was at the forefront of opposing NEET.
The new face of Tamil nationalism was visible during the Jallikattu protests and the Hindi imposition issue, may be a new offshoot of Dravidian ideology.
It's premature to decide whether demonetisation is a success or failure, write economists Jagdish Bhagwati, Vivek Dehejia and Pravin Krishna.
It is not really the performance but caste and electoral consolidation that drives this round of musical chairs.
With less than two years to general elections, the BJP is rewarding performance, fine tuning social equations, and making course corrections.
The new Nepal PM has promised a lot during his visit to India. But given the political scenario at home he's unlikely to fulfil them.