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‘The Zoya Factor’ movie review: Dulquer Salmaan shines in romcom starring Sonam Kapoor
Tamil Nadu: Artefacts dated to 580 BCE hint at script continuity from Indus Valley Civilisation
Caught on camera: Police manhandle minors protesting outside Amitabh Bachchan's bungalow
‘Gandhi saying Hey Ram did not frighten anyone’: Varanasi student gives outspoken speech, goes viral
Watch: Akshay Kumar praises the Metro – to defend against Mumbai’s fight to save Aarey Forest?
175 lakh Indians now live abroad even as the number of migrants into the country drops
Delhi court closes cheating case against woman who accused CJI Ranjan Gogoi of sexual harassment
The Daily Fix: Jharkhand scheme for journalists bares BJP’s warped idea of media’s role in India
Corporate tax cuts: Piyush Goyal says it is the largest stimulus so far, Jairam Ramesh mocks timing
Even as thousands are detained in Kashmir, courts and legal system remain frozen
Kohli only successful as captain because he has MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma by his side: Gautam Gambhir
Documentary ‘Starring Sharmila Tagore’ is an incomplete portrait of a life less ordinary
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What elements does India’s nationalist conservative politics draw from its counterparts in the West?
In ‘Awakening Bharat Mata’, Swapan Dasgupta combines his own commentary with writings by others to present the political beliefs of the Indian political right.
· Jun 19, 2019 · 05:30 pm
In Kashmir, sometimes harshness is only to facilitate a process of greater love: Swapan Dasgupta
Bleeding hearts in media should not willy-nilly succumb to orchestrated terrorist designs against the integrity of India, says the Rajya Sabha member.
· Aug 11, 2016 · 10:41 pm