Sanjay Subrahmanyam, one of India's most distinguished historians and biographers, on whether India has really become intolerant under PM Narendra Modi's watch.
Students, teaching and non-teaching staff and members of the AMU alumni association have started a campaign in support of inviting Modi and Irani for the convocation, which will be held in March next year.
Carbon Imperialism makes a debut in our strategic discourse as concerted attempts to box India at Paris Climate Summit, COP21, surface with an all too familiar good-cop, bad cop-routine by the West.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi began today's episode of #MannKiBaat on a very sober note when he talked about how floods in Tamil Nadu have dampened the festive mood of the nation.
Vellapally Natesan, General Secretary of the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Yogam, an organisation of backward Ezhava community, earlier in the week embarked on his highly publicised ‘Samathwa Munnetta Yatra' in a bid to unite Hindus.
Bihar's great festival of elections just got over. As a reporter on the ground among the people, it was a great experience. I share with you a few moments and observations.
Incidents like what happened in Paris on November 13 are routinely followed by expressions of condemnation and diplomatic sympathy.
Talkathon was hosted on India's stand at COP21 with Union Minister for Environment and Forests, Prakash Javdekar gave the opening remarks at the Talkathon and Minister of State with Independent Charge for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal started answering the questions posed by the viewers.