Salafi preachers stoke Sangh Parivar growth in Kerala with controversial statements
In the latest incident, a leader of the ultra-conservative Islamic movement urged Muslims not to send their children to regular schools.
What's ailing Jayalalithaa? You may ask at your own peril
Secrecy about sickness has traditionally been associated with monarchs and dictators.
It’s complicated: The China factor in India-Nepal relationship
The Indian neighbourhood is getting more complex as Chinese shadows lengthen.
A ghazal that Ghalib did not write for Ambedkar (but could have)
Mirza Ghalib's path did not cross in time with Babasaheb Ambedkar's. But somewhere their thoughts might have merged.
The first man on the moon was a Muslim warrior and other facts that India, Pakistan have been hiding
Presenting the histories and profiles of men that the two governments have kept secret.
In the movies, fair equals lovely while dark equals backward, villainous, savage (take your pick)
The social preference for fair skin is played out on the screen in numerous ways – most of them unflattering.
Far from being anti-national, it is a patriotic duty to question the military
Not to question the Indian army and to treat it like a holy cow is to go down the road taken by Pakistan and China.
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