Muslim Politics: The paradox of marginalization

The ostracising of Muslim candidates by the mainstream has given Muslim parties new relevance
Adnan Farooqui Delhi 

FTII Protest: Message in the Medium

Increasing politicisation of content on the big and small screens is glaring, yet precious little noise is being made about it
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Bihar: The shifting narrative

Bihar politicians have dropped their effective policy approach to pander for votes among Backward classes. Will their bid to shake the BJP pay off?
Abishek Jha Patna

Shattering the Ladder

Sanjay Kapoor

When The Indian Express reported that National Investigating Agency (NIA) officials told the Special Public Prosecutor in the Malegaon bomb blast case, Rohini Sailan, to quietly withdraw from the c

Khalistan: Sikh diaspora supports local action

The rise in militancy among Sikhs is more than a national issue; recent eruptions are testaments to resentment that has brewed since 1984, and may be strongest among those abroad
Hardnews Bureau Chandigarh 


Using cricket as electoral analogy, the Lok Sabha elections in UP saw Mulayam Singh Yadav clean bowled, Mayawati doing a hit-wicket, and Rahul Gandhi coming out as night-watchman
AK Verma Kanpur

The Meaning of Change

All opinion polls and media reports suggest that the Narendra Modi-led BJP could emerge as the single largest party and form the next government
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 


When the history of terrorism in modern India will be written, the Babri Masjid demolition should be marked as a watershed Rakhi Chakrabarty Delhi

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