‘Preplanned inhuman collective violent act of terrorism’: What Modi got away with in the Godhra case

On the 15th anniversary of the Godhra train burning, a recap of little-known anomalies in the case that changed the course of India’s history. Read more here.

GDP growth: It feels like our government has taken lessons from the Soviet Union in massaging data

Images of laid-off workers, of farmers selling produce at throwaway prices, of millions standing in lines for long hours each day were clearly fake news. Read more here.

Donald Trump has done the impossible: Reversed India’s decades-old preference for US-based gro

The attack on two Indian engineers in Kansas last week, in which one was killed, is likely to accelerate this trend. Read more here.

Security of Aadhaar’s data is under question, but pointing to the gaps could lead to a police case

The official UIDAI has filed a criminal complaint against a writer-entrepreneur for an article demonstrating how stored biometric data could be misused. Read more here.

What will you see if you visit the precise point where India ends and Sri Lanka begins?

A new book chronicles its writer’s journeys to India’s borders with different countries. Read more here.