The Congress is confident of breaking new ground, but going it alone might be a risky venture on the ground Akash Bisht Delhi
A Tribute to Smitu Kothari Amit Sengupta Delhi
The revolution is still unfolding, despite the US blockade and relentless hounding of this small island nation. The Cuban ambassador’s critical response to Janette Habel’s article in Hardnews
There are serious lacunae in the process of estimating poverty Sachin Kumar Jain Bhopal
In a horrifying case of relentless rape and brutality, a perverse father and mother devastate their young daughters, along with a maniacal tantrik Gajanan Khergamker Mumbai
Informed sources claim that he was forced to his death as he refused to submit to the unrelenting demands of some corporate houses for favours that they did not merit.
I love how connections sometimes just 'happen', criss-crossing the world, spanning generations, borders and continents. This particular stream traverses Pakistan's early progressive struggle to Chicago, an inspiring book by an American who recently received Pakistan's highest civilian honour, and a Bangladeshi photographer who came to Pakistan to document that moment.
Upbeat after the BJP-BJD split, Naveen Patnaik is haunted by the ghosts of Kandhamal
Amit Sengupta Bhubaneswar
The chemical hub at the young island of Nayachar, close to the delicate eco zone of Bay of Bengal and Sunderbans, might spell a disaster
The state's large Muslim population, so far loyal to the Left, is expressing discontent over a number of issues: like the Sachar Committee findings which showed the economic status of Muslim