PM Narendra Modi

Rohingyas: The people nobody wants

As the Rohingya crisis has turned from a humanitarian disaster to a full-fledged genocide, the places that have offered refugees from Rakhine safe harbour are also becoming wary of them
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Will Bangladesh and India seal deals to ward off the dragon?

As Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s first bilateral visit to India in seven years draws closer, there is increased anxiety on both sides over the Teesta pact and a host of other agreements that are on the table
Sanjay Kapoor Dhaka


Will Akhilesh pass the litmus test?

Abeer Kapoor

While there is widespread consensus that the young Samajwadi Party chief has salvaged his image by distancing himself from the old guard, the opinion regarding his five-year rule remains as divided as ever
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

UP: The tide has collapsed

Shibu Kumar Tripathi

In Ghaziabad’s five constituencies, the overwhelming support for the BJP of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections seems to be waning, giving way to a free-for-all
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

UP: Why do the Jats not want the BJP?

Abeer Kapoor

Jat leaders in western UP, across outfits, are working over-time to persuade their community to abandon the BJP 
Abeer Kapoor Muzaffarnagar

Will Trump ask Modi the impossible?

Hardnews Bureau

There are concerns that the newly anointed US President may ask India to put boots on the ground in Afghanistan
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Protests continue over Jallikattu in TN, Panneerselvam meets Modi

Hardnews Bureau

For the third day today, the protests by the students and youths, which has turned into a mass movement across Tamil Nadu demanding lifting the ban on Jallikattu continued non-stop, even as Chief M

The eyewash that is demonetisation

Mohan Guruswamy

The RBI has reported that it has recovered Rs 29.84 crore worth of fake notes out of the currency taken back
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 

Changing the Demonetisation Narrative like a Chameleon changes Colours

Sanjay Kapoor

No matter what the spin around the note ban, it is clear the move was a politically expedient decision rather than a principled policy move
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

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