India refuses to be mediocre and docile, if that is ‘cold hearted’ for this Guardian writer, so be it
Some people, who have clearly run out of issues to find faults, have come up with a brilliant demonstration of what Hindi Twitter knows as 'Naraaz Fufa'.
In India, or maybe everywhere else too, single parents are taboo. Single mothers even more so, because, our society, however classy, and advanced it might pretend to have become, still hasn't adjusted to the idea of a woman existing without being validated by a man.
Kerala had loved and wept for its elephants much before BJP or the RSS became stakeholders in the state's politics.
Bollywood's Sarees have been as free-flying, logic-killing, gravity-defying and myth-busting like Bollywood's movies.
Congress ecosystem kept saying that while Mayawati will take Muslim and Dalit votes, Akhilesh will take Yadav votes, and Congress will help defeat BJP by stealing away 'upper caste' votes.
Congress keeps sinking, but shows no sign of detaching itself from the deadweight of Nehru-Gandhi dynasty
In Western UP, 21 of the 22 Congress candidates have lost deposits, meaning they could not even get 1/6th of the total votes polled. Congress stalwarts like Salman Khurshid and Raj Babbar have lost their deposits.
There are no laws against the son or daughter of a politician joining politics and seeking election. But the nepotism and feudal power play, the repugnant elitism and entitlement that makes the same son and daughter assume that they are above scrutiny and accountability has to go.
When India gives a thumping, unprecedented, overwhelming victory to a man who has made every single Indian feel proud of their nation and heritage, the NYT's heartburn is expected.
Throughout its election campaign in the state, BJD had maintained that it will retain its 2014 clean sweep of Lok Sabha seats in the state and will play a decisive role in forming the next government at the centre.
The Telegraph joins the Opposition, article by Editor claims removing Modi from power is the only hope for India’s ‘redemption’
The editorial article The Telegraph sheds all veils of neutrality, insinuates the Indian society cannot hope to redeem itself if it chooses Modi again.