Parsa Venkateshwar Rao Jr | Ambiguities remain amid India’s pledges at COP26
PM's quantitative commitments at Glasgow earlier this month require a closer look than usual
Jai Bhim: Protecting rights and providing hope in India’s democracy
As we celebrate India’s 75 years of independence, this movie shows a mirror on our society
‘Afghanistan has changed, women will fight back’
Marzia Babakarkhail has zero regrets for taking on the Taliban and is planning her return
The world was silent: Afghan filmmaker Sahraa Karimi on Taliban takeover
The world was silent and didn't believe that the Taliban would come to the town and take over the capital of the country, Sahraa Karimi said
I selected Irrfan Khan because of his eyes: Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
Irrfan had hundreds of questions, which made me very happy about his involvement as an actor
India's Covid deaths likely 10 times the 'official' number, says report
The report is published by India’s former chief economic adviser and two other researchers at the CGD and Harvard University
One crore people suffer from long Covid in India: Study
It was found that fatigue, weakness and sleeplessness were reported not only in serious cases but also in mild cases
The Laurel Hubbard controversy: Transwomen vs women in sport
Should transwomen compete with women? Should intersex sport be a separate category?
For West Bengal, the BJP continues to be an 'outsider'
Results proved that a majority of voters refused to ditch the 'Daughter of Bengal' for BJP’s promise of turning state into 'Sonar Bangla'
Bengali pride, sub-nationalism emerge as rallying points in WB polls
The ruling TMC has embraced it as its main poll plank to counter the rise of the BJP's Hindutva narrative in the state