The unfolding tragedy of Tibet – By Lobsang Sangay & Karma Choeying

The gross human violations in Tibet is not a new story and is not hidden from anyone despite the media ban and propagandistic approach... Read more »
5:59 pm

What happened to the boat carrying Rohingya refugees? – Subir Bhaumik

But there is no news from the boat in the last 10 days. The Indian coastguard seem to have snatched the one satellite phone... Read more »
4:39 pm

How farmers balance protests and farming – Ashish Srivastava

"We would rotate three times a month. A batch will replace the previous one so that they can go back to the work. Ten... Read more »
6:06 pm

‘Power yatra’ by Raje now limited to a ‘religious yatra’ – Archana Sharma

BJP sources have confirmed that the much-proposed political yatra of Raje has been limited to religious yatra owing to the recent visit of BJP... Read more »
1:54 pm

Bangladesh, India should solve problems through negotiations – Sumi Khan

"It's a great achievement. The development of Bangladesh is miraculous," he told the Prime Minister, while adding that "the comfort levels of both the... Read more »
1:31 pm

‘Black Wednesday’ in Myanmar stirs global reactions – Subir Bhaumik

UN Envoy on Myanmar Christine Schraner Burgener told mediapersons that 38 protesters were shot dead on Wednesday as security forces defied an international call... Read more »
12:50 pm

Now it’s the turn of the ruling party at the Centre to own up its mistakes – Quaid Najmi

State Congress President Nana Patole, Nationalist Congress Party Spokesperson and Minister Nawab Malik, Shiv Sena leader Kishore Tiwari and Samajwadi Party state President Abu... Read more »
2:05 pm

French move against radicalisation – D.C. Pathak

Without mentioning the word Muslim or Islam, the Act prescribes punishment for anybody who passed on information about a potential target of Islamic radicals,... Read more »
1:19 pm

Delhi riots: A year later, over 3,500 granted bail – Aakanksha Khajuria

The clash snowballed into full-fledged rioting in the area between February 23 and 27, last year. According to the Delhi Police, 53 people were... Read more »
1:16 pm

Covid-19 threatens a comeback in India – Sumit Saxena

In the backdrop of emerging mutations, Prof. N. K. Ganguly, former Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), said "As mutations interact with... Read more »
1:07 pm

What lies in store for Indian politics which was fractured in two during Badshah Khan’s 1969 visit? – Saeed Naqvi

The international system is trying to compose itself today. It was dividing itself sharply during the Pashtun leader's visit. Just as India became salient... Read more »
12:26 pm

Guns turn towards members of minority community – Dar Javed

Guns of militants turning towards members of the minority community, who stayed in Kashmir even after 1990, indicates the desperation and frustration of their... Read more »
12:22 pm

56 kg gold given to weigh then PM Shastri in 1965 to go to govt – Archana Sharma

The controversy over ownership of the gold dates back to late 1965 when the precious metal was given to Chittorgarh District Collector for weighing... Read more »
6:43 pm

The pink ball affair: India versus England – Yajurvindra Singh

India will not only need to play to win the series against England, but need to ensure a win to stay alive to qualify... Read more »
3:52 pm

Bednarski’s documentary pays homage to Jews victimised during WW II – S. Ravi

The 40-minute-long film, directed by Eric Bednarski, explains how the Warsaw Ghetto came into being, how the Jews -- both Polish and others --... Read more »
3:50 pm

Pakistan Army was always ready to serve – N.C. Bipindra

Right from the beginning, the Pakistan Army was always ready to serve whoever was the highest bidder. Until the turn of the 20th Century,... Read more »
3:47 pm

Politics heats up in Bihar after flurry of meetings – Manoj Pathak

Meetings between LJP MP Chandan Kumar Singh and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and between Communist Party of India leader Kanhaiya Kumar and Chaudhary, have... Read more »
6:26 pm

Politics agog as Mohan Bhagwat-Mithun Chakraborty meet – Quaid Najmi

Bhagwat, 70, came-a-calling on Chakraborty at his bungalow in the picturesque Madh area of Malad west suburb, fuelling theories of the star's potential comeback... Read more »
5:25 pm

Uyghur Movement: Challenges to The Ethnic Movement – Dr Burhan Uluyol

The Chinese government refuses to categorize Uyghurs as an indigenous population and describe Uyghurs as a regional minority. One among China's fifty-five ethnic minorities,... Read more »
7:47 pm

The Russian affair – Asad Mirza

However, the demonstrations were mostly against Kremlin's policies and less in Navalny's support. In most cities, demonstrators expressed frustration with Russia's coronavirus-related lockdown measures,... Read more »
7:43 pm