The Daily Fix
The Weekend Fix: The Supreme Court is facing a crisis of legitimacy and eight other Sunday reads
Everything you need to know for the day (and a little more).
Six months after a hero's comeback, Harish Rawat has lost his sheen. And polls are round the corner
In a role reversal, the Congress is fighting for survival in Uttarakhand while the BJP has revived.
'Part of a plan to create a civil war?': Mamata alleges unauthorised army deployment across Bengal
The Indian Army has refuted the allegations, calling this a 'routine exercise' in preparation for contingency situation.
No debate, please: The devaluation of Parliament is an alarming sign for Indian democracy
Why are directly elected legislatures subservient to party high commands or ordered about by the executive?
America says goodbye to Michelle Obama, its mom-in-chief
Michelle Obama placed motherhood at the center of her role as first lady – a decision not all women applauded.
Will Mamata Banerjee's Hindi handicap hurt her ambition to be prime minister?
In the past, Congress leaders K Kamaraj and Pranab Mukherjee have spoken of a language hurdle for failing to get India's top job.
Has the BJP been able to shut up and brush aside the opposition?
The government believes it can afford to be tough with the opposition because it is on a strong wicket.
US Elections 2016
Trump and Clinton divided men and women as never before in recorded US electoral history
The gender gap is growing. Clinton won women by 12 points and lost men by the same amount – a 24-point gap.