This was meant to be a piece on the Congress party's Chitan Shivir. But it has become one on why the party has lost its "connection with the people" - these are Rahul Gandhi's words, not mine.
The oldest political party in the country, Congress has spent three days at its version of "The Last Chance saloon" in Udaipur.
How many more lives will it take to put an end to horror killings and violence against young people whose only crime is to fall in love across the Lakshman Rekha drawn by bigoted orthodoxy in the name of caste and now also religion?
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In his annual 'Victory Day' address in Moscow, after thousands of soldiers had marched before him, President Putin did not make any dramatic announcement of the kind Western analysts had widely expected.
Nothing makes you appreciate air-conditioning like high summer in India. Here in Delhi, temperatures are running over 100 degrees for much of the day, with two full months still to go before the cooling monsoon rains arrive.
#Justice4EveryChild campaign aims to raise funds to support child victims of sexual abuse and rape who are fighting their cases in court
In trying to squeeze one last drop of output from an empty barrel of monetary elixir, India's central bank made the serious mistake of not only ignoring the country's inflation buildup, but pretending that it didn't exist.
New Delhi feels like it is on fire. The heat comes off the road in blistering waves, and the water that flows from the cold tap is too hot to touch. Daytime temperatures have hit 44 degrees Celsius (111 Fahrenheit).
As we head into the 62nd year of Maharashtra's formation, I wish every Maharashtrian strength and perseverance. The story of our genesis and growth hold values which are becoming increasingly important in these times.
Human-made environmental disasters in India are making it difficult to keep the lights on.
Bloomberg News reports the hot new thing in finance is the nouveau crypto riche putting up their expensive digital assets as collateral to buy expensive houses using a more-or-less traditional mortgage, but with no dead-tree dollars down.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is failing so spectacularly, it's making him even more dangerous. Running out of ways to de-escalate while saving face, he appears to think that he has no choice but to escalate.