The government that proclaims "make in India" is busy instead with "break in India". The barbarism is widespread across North India.
From the point of view of a State that is pledged to uphold the rule of law and maintain law and order, it cannot matter who struck the first blow, whether it was out of revenge for a previous blow, or whose fundamentalism is really to blame
Imran Khan’s point, during his national address on the eve of the contentious no-confidence vote that removed him, was that “no superpower can dictate terms to India".
One of the unwritten rules of Indian 'big business' is never to criticise the government, any government.
The decision of the Koodalmanikyam Temple board in Thrissur district on Sunday to cancel a Bharatanatyam performance on the temple premises by the acclaimed artiste Mansiya VP is deplorable, Shashi Tharoor writes in his latest column.