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  • Blog: Virat Kohli, The Husband We Wish We Could Have
    Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava
    Virat Kohli has done what many other husbands - now battling socially un-distanced family fatigue - were hoping he would not. A giant new awwww moment for the cricket captain who has always described his wife as his better half.
    Blog
  • Blog: Uma Bharti's Joke, Laughs All Around After Ayodhya Coverage Frenzy
    Alok Pandey
    Much of Ayodhya though, seems to be blissfully unaware of the gravity of the pandemic. "Why are you not wearing a mask," I asked a gentleman who had come all the way from Madhya Pradesh's Indore for the Ram temple ceremony.
    Blog
  • Opinion: Lord Ram And The India-China Face-Off - by Rajmohan Gandhi
    Rajmohan Gandhi
    Facing a driven and authoritarian China, the people of India will not be served well by religious majoritarianism. Their sense of being equal partners with fellow citizens has taken serious hits in recent years. Instead of restoring that sense, Prime Minister Modi has signalled that because of their religion one set of Indians are indeed "more equa...
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Mumbai Slums' Battle With Covid Defies Early Expectations
    Suranya Aiyar
    In India and Brazil, it was anticipated that people in slums and favelas would be hardest hit by Covid-19. But that is not quite how things turned out.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Amid Ayodhya Grandeur, An Impressive Speech By PM Modi
    Swati Chaturvedi
    At the historic Bhoomi Pujan of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared the stage with two of the most important votaries of Hindutva, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, and Yogi Adityanath, the sutradhar (host) of the ceremony who is also the saffron robe-wearing Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: The Vulgar, Callous Politics Around Sushant Singh Rajput Case
    Ashutosh
    It is clear that thetragic death of a young man is being forced into a campaign issue for the forthcoming Bihar election.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: PGV Leads Congress' Image Makeover On Ram Mandir Issue
    Javed M. Ansari
    The Congress believes it is now time to rediscover its his Hindu roots, and challenge the BJP's image as being the sole representative of Hindus and also come up with a narrative and definition of Hinduism that is unifying, peaceful and tolerant.
    Opinion
  • Blog: What's At Stake For Bollywood 'Elite' In Sushant Singh Rajput Case
    Aunindyo Chakravarty
    It is tempting to blame India's tabloid media for endlessly focusing on the alleged suicide. Prime-time tabloid TV anchors have unleashed a series of trials-by-media. And news channels switch seamlessly from one 'accused' to the 'other' every day. But the reason they do it is because this story is fetching huge ratings. People are deeply interested...
    Blog
  • Blog: A Kashmiri's View Of One Year Of Article 370 Being Revoked
    Nazir Masoodi
    The imposition of the two-day curfew in Kashmir in the wake of the first anniversary explains the confidence of the government in how successful its 'historic' decision has been.
    Blog
  • Opinion: "RG Just Doesn't Listen" - The Growing Concern Of Congress
    Swati Chaturvedi
    "Rahul Gandhi has changed the culture of our party. This is not the Congress party I joined. He has imposed a cancel culture on the Congress," a former member of Team RG said to me, expressing what is supposedly a spreading disillusionment with the 50-year-old's leadership.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Can The New NEP Really Reform Education In India?
    Anurag Mehra
    Finally, the New Education Policy (NEP-2020) is out, though it is somewhat surprising that it comes bang in the middle of a pandemic, and when parliament is not in session. Even though almost two lakh suggestions were received as feedback on the draft policy (DNEP-2019) not much debate about these has been seen in the public domain.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Team RG's New Excuse - It's All The Fault Of UPA II
    Vir Sanghvi
    Can he turn his image around so completely that he is seen as a credible alternative to Narendra Modi? And can he, like his grandmother in 1971, fight an election, single-handedly winning votes on the basis of his personal charisma and an electoral message that resonates with the public?
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Government's Actions In Kashmir Mark A New Low
    Ramachandra Guha
    Even so, what the Modi-Shah regime has done in the past year marks a new low. It has wilfully and systematically intensified the already enormous sufferings of the people of Kashmir. The actions of our government must surely shame all Indians - regardless of religious faith or political affiliation - who still have some sort of moral conscience.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: AAP vs Amit Shah On Prosecution For The Delhi Riots
    Brinda Karat
    The level of central political intervention in Delhi to shape the judicial process in the communal violence cases is being stepped up. The Lieutenant Governor's swift cancellation of the Delhi government's order regarding the panel of prosecution lawyers on behalf of the Delhi Police is one such step.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: National Education Policy (NEP) Explained By One Of Its Authors
    Prof. Rajendra Pratap Gupta
    India's education policy is futuristic and bold, and at the same time practical, considering the needs of the time. But a lot will depend on how it is interpreted and implemented. One challenge is the availability of skilled human resource and the transition time.
    Opinion

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