'Love jihad' is nothing more than an anti-Muslim, anti-secular and anti-love Hindutva movement. The response to that must be even greater emphasis on inter-faith relationships.
The Labour Bureau's choice of a new base year, and the manner and timing of the change, raises more than one pertinent questions.
The Uttarakhand government wants to clear a large section of the Thano forest to expand the Dehradun airport. But Doon residents and activists say this will destroy local biodiversity and aggravate pollution.
Andhra Pradesh recently signed an MoU with the Indian School of Business. This is a solid step towards building an attractive socioeconomic space, and should be emulated.
The Hindutva project aims to distill 'refugees' from so-called 'infiltrators' through the CAA 2019 and NRC. The resistance to that must transcend narrow parameters of belongingness.
The Republic TV chief might not be a credible journalist. But that doesn't justify the twisted nature of his recent arrest and incarceration.
In 'The Emperor Who Never Was', Gandhi brings out the complexity of one of Mughal India's most-remembered personalities.
Urban Indians might not be terminating female foetuses, but their attitude towards girl children remains grossly regressive.
The Liberation group that came out of the Bhojpur Movement in Bihar is regaining political ground before the assembly election. But it is still seen as a party that indulged in 'caste violence' in an one-sided reading of history.
Hindutva might claim to unite all Hindus, but in reality, it is a chauvinistic project catering to the vested interests of so-called upper castes and corporates.