"The Curse of Gandhari" author Aditi Banerjee says she finds Gandhari as one of the most inspirational and unforgettable characters.
Delhi Ka Maharaja: Read how this Ganesh Seva Mandal in Delhi carries forward the legacy of Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Mahendra Ladda, who originally hails from Latur, Maharashtra, but has made Delhi his home, has used 'Jal Hi Jeevan Hai' theme for the 'Delhi Ka Maharaja', 18th Ganesh Mahotsav in the national capital organised by Ganesh Seva Mandal.
Nuakhai: Odisha’s ancient harvest festival celebrates the season’s first grains, ancestors and Mother Nature
Nuakhai is one of the most ancient festivals celebrated in Odisha to mark the season's first harvest.
‘This is why aliens won’t talk to us,’ Elon Musk on Congress party’s tweet that has left the world puzzled
The Congress party issued a statement on Twitter recently that could only be described as utterly bewildering.
The partition remains one of the bloodiest part of India's modern history.
Here is some truly trustworthy information: There is no way Modi and Shah are going to give the slightest hint of their plans in advance.
The curse of being Rahul Gandhi.
Army man Amanullah Khan gets killed by robbers, assorted fearmongers give it a communal twist and call it ‘lynching’
The propaganda has been busted as it is now revealed that 64-year-old Amanullah Khan was murdered in his house by unidentified assailants, contrary to the claims that he was lynched for being a Muslim.
Who would believe that just 3 years ago, the government could barely get the opposition on board with the surgical strike?
During Rajiv Gandhi's 1989 visit to China, Deng Xiaoping had suggested: "Let both sides forget the unpleasant period in our past relations and let us treat everything with an eye on the future."30 years have since passed, however, the future is yet to arrive in India, Tibet and China relations.
India has successfully launched its second mission to the moon, the Chandrayaan-2.
Karnataka Political Crisis: Mayawati snubs Congress-JDS coalition, asks lone BSP MLA to abstain from trust vote tomorrow
There are reports that Mahesh, the BSP MLA, is all set to join the BJP after the trust vote citing lack of funds for his constituency’s development in the present Congress-JDS government.
We are taught how we must respect the teachers. But what if the teacher does not deserve it?
Politicians from the secular establishment have been making a concerted attempt to create a 'Dalit-Muslim unity' narrative.
Batla House: The encounter where killing of two Indian Mujahideen terrorists made Sonia Gandhi ‘cry bitterly’
Salman Khurshid, a senior Congress leader, in one of his rallies during 2012 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, had said that Sonia Gandhi, the then Congress President cried bitterly after seeing the images of the slain terrorists of Batla house
[Pictures]: Chants of Jai Shree Ram echo in the bylanes of Chandni Chowk as Hauz Qazi gets saffronised
Following the temple desecration temple in the heart of Delhi in Chandni Chowk, the Hindu organisations have come together to install the temple at the Gali Durga Temple in Hauz Qazi.
Finance Minister has announced setting up of a Social Stock Exchange to allow social organisations to raise capital.
After her book was published, Ayyub had accused Tehelka of being under 'political pressure' to not publish the 'sting'
Gujarat Congress herds up its MLAs in a resort ahead of RS polls, Rajasthan Tourism flaunts Mount Abu and says ‘Padharo Mhare Desh’
After all, Rajasthan is a Congress-ruled state now too, the party has no need to send the Gujarat MLAs in a long drive all the way to Karnataka to find another congress ruled state.
If the Indian State does not dismantle the power structures within Islamic society, the country will be condemned to perpetual anarchy
There doesn't appear to be any long term strategy to deal with the menace of 'community crimes'.
Sonia Gandhi's concerns that the corporatisation will lead to loss of employment didn't come in the way during the UPA tenure it seems.
Unafraid to voice his opinions and stick his neck out when most psephologists shy away, Pradeep Bhandari stands out as the young beacon in an ageing profession.
Journalist claims filmmaker and journalist Vinod Kapri used tragedy of a newborn to promote himself and his movie
In a series of tweets, Upadhyay claimed that Kapri had planted stories in Indian as well as international media houses that he had already adopted the newborn child.
The presence of Pant in the middle order can give India a batsman who can keep the scoring rate up while Dhoni can take his time at the other end.
The is being seen along with developments like colour of Indian cricket team's jersey turning saffron from blue.
Hinduism has no concept of Dhimmis or Jaziya – Arif Mohd Khan dismisses “Hindu Rashtra” fear mongering by The Wire journalist
Former cabinet minister in Rajiv Gandhi government dismisses the 'dara hua Musalman' narrative.
Pakistani activist invokes Manusmriti, blames it for the state of minorities in Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Pakistani human rights activist brings up Manusmriti even while calling out its own army's bigotry
Just as beating up someone from another faith and forcing them to chant 'Jai Shree Ram' is wrong and should be punishable so is beating up someone and calling them 'kaafirs'.
Instead of harping on and on about 'celebration of toxic masculinity' which Kabir Singh isn't, perhaps Feminists ought to ponder upon the implications of their own doctrine.