Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017 | Last Update : 08:07 PM IST

360 Degree

There have been philosophies and ideologies that inspired human beings through self-suffering and sacrifice in the process of building civilisation.

Cracking the case not easy

A case of this nature has its inherent constraints. The absence of streetlights poses the problem of identification of the accused.

11 Sep 2017 1:17 AM

Without fear or favour

Conversations resounded with the idea of Gauri Lankesh as a radical and the radical as someone to be dispensed with.

11 Sep 2017 1:14 AM

Good, bad and ugly side of religious icons

Ashrams (I use this word loosely) give their inmates food and shelter either free or at affordable rates.

03 Sep 2017 5:18 AM

People should speak up against rogues, says Anshul Chatarpati

We never received any direct threats but there was pressure to withdraw the case, says Anshul Chatarpati.

03 Sep 2017 5:18 AM

OMG! The Messy Messiahs

Controversial charlatans from various religious groups have thrived across India for decades.

03 Sep 2017 5:17 AM

Triple talaq has gone, but too many questions remain

It’s is time to enact a statutory, gender neutral law on Muslim divorce.

27 Aug 2017 1:15 AM

Historic ruling a victim of votebank politics?

The verdict has also unsettled regional players, mainly SP, BSP and RJD, whose poll numbers largely depend on the Muslim vote bank.

27 Aug 2017 1:05 AM

Forced conversion exists, we need law to prevent it

The SC-sanctioned NIA probe into the Ashokan case implies that our reservations are not entirely unfounded.

20 Aug 2017 6:48 AM

Romeo jihad a weapon? It’s a stretch!

The right to practice one's religion includes the right to propagate it but of course any form of allurement or coercion is and must be prohibited.

20 Aug 2017 6:43 AM