The arrival of a stable coalition in Jammu and Kashmir has done nothing to change the ground realities there.
The new income-tax norms asking individuals to list details of all bank accounts and trips abroad during a financial year while filing tax returns unnecessarily burden the taxpayer.
The Congress in its rally on Sunday waged war against the government over the Land Acquisition Bill, berating it as “anti-farmer” and “pro-industrialist”.
Barely weeks after a 72-year-old nun was raped in a West Bengal convent, St. Mary’s Church in Agra cantonment area was vandalised where unidentified intruders damaged statues of Mother Mary.
Separatist leader Massarat Aalam’s arrest confirms that just like a leopard can’t change its spots, a separatist rarely budges from his ideology.
A profile of Prime Minister Narendra Modi written by US President Barack Obama for Time magazine is a rare accolade for the Indian leader.
Congress scion Rahul Gandhi’s return to India after a 56-day sabbatical has aggravated criticism from rival camps.
After protesting against Shobhaa De’s tweet on mandatory screening of Marathi films in cinemas during prime time, and demanding that Muslims be stripped of their voting rights, the Shiv Sena has done
India has no laws governing Net neutrality, which would promise that all Internet users would be treated equally on the Internet and not charged differently for access.
The demise of German novelist, poet and Nobel Prize winner Günter Grass is a loss for Indians too. Grass’ 40-year association with Kolkata had multiple shades.
The Launch of “Swaraj Abhiyan”, a replica of India Against Corruption, by AAP dissidents Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan is a politically amateurish decision.
The merged Janata Parivar parties seem to have committed the same mistake that the Congress did during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
One cannot but thank Bharat Bhushan for pointing out the obvious change the Congress should undertake in The prodigy or the prodigal? (April 15).