Wednesday, Dec 13, 2017 | Last Update : 06:30 PM IST
The Swedish Academy thinks he is a mixture of Jane Austen and Franz Kafka with a bit of Marcel Proust thrown in.
Nobody could have seen this coming after that stupendous, sweeping BJP win in the last general elections.
Several surveys assert that “chicken tikka masala” has overtaken roast beef in the Brit popularity stakes.
Pronab Sen speaks to Pawan Bali on the GDP data for the second quarter released on Thursday.
Diplomacy is all about utilising every opportunity to promote your interests and following the best path to pursue your goals, says Syed Akbaruddin.
The quad is currently a consultative body and has not acquired any operational profile, says Uday Bhaskar.
No other city has seen so many news headlines on air pollution as Delhi has, says Anumita Roychowdhury.
The Babri Masjid has been a contentious point in every election; it is more of a political than a religious issue.
Rahul Gandhi’s elevation will galvanise the Congress ahead of the 2019 elections.
One year after demonetisation, the Indian economy is still hurting.
The interlocutor’s role is futile if the Centre is unwilling to discuss autonomy for J&K.
The now on-now off relationship between Mulayam Singh Yadav and his son Akhilesh Yadav has already left Shivpal Yadav on no-man’s land.
Top astrologers in the state blame the wrong timing of Yogi’s swearing-in.
PWD officials rush in to fill up the gaping hole but the road keeps caving in again and again.
nion tribal affairs minister Jual Oram is the man of his own, he never cares for the world when he decides to speak or do something.