The present election season has been acrimonious where our leaders seem to be at one another’s throat. To prevent this, the Election Commission could have expedited the electoral process.
As the Supreme Court formally acknowledges the “third gender”, transgendered citizens in India have, at last, won a long-denied right.
The seventh edition of the Indian Premier League has started with a bang, leaving all controversies behind.
This is with reference to Inder Malhotra’s piece, The cuckoo in the nest (April 16).
The Supreme Court’s groundbreaking judgment classifying transgenders as the “third gender” is encouraging.
An Indian-origin poet, Vijay Seshadri, winning the Pulitzer Prize for his collection of poems, 3 Sections, is great news for India.
I think it is hugely unethical of Sanjaya Baru, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s former media adviser, to spill the secrets that he had access to as an insider.
The conduct of politicians in the ongoing 16th general election has been far from civil. Key issues have been relegated to the background and the principal objective seems to be to attain power.
Delhi may soon be accorded the tag of a World Heritage City, with a team of Unesco experts set to descend on the capital in June.
When politicians don’t spare the public, or each other, while plumbing the depths of indecency, how can they let go of the Election Commission?
While Veteran poet and film lyricist Gulzar deserves the coveted Dadasaheb Phalke Award, it is interesting to note that there are very few women recipients.
Sanjaya Baru has written an account of his time in the PMO and about the things he saw and heard.
Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi says women who have sex outside marriage should be hanged, while Uttar Pradesh minority affairs minister Azam Khan gives the credit for India’s victory in Kargil exclus