Politics

The Yogi and the cow

Sanjay Kapoor

The nascent rule of the Hindutva firebrand has been marked by violent vigilantism and fetishising of the bovine species
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

MCD Polls: A battle for relevance

Shibu Kumar Tripathi

Delhi’s civic ills once again make for bold subheads in various political manifestos as the city prepares to vote on April 23. Whether the promises are kept is a future issue
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

“It’s not their love for cow, it's their hatred against Muslims”

Shalini Sharma

Eighteen days after Pehlu Khan was attacked in Alwar, the family assembled at Jantar Mantar for a dharna. They are yet to receive any word of assurance from the centre or the state government
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi

Advani, Joshi, Uma Bharti to face trial in Babri Masjid case

The Supreme Court has said that the trial would be held on a day-to-day basis and will be completed within two years’ time

Hardnews Bureau Delhi

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"Our Relationship with India is Growing"

Saud M. Al-Sati, ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, discusses foreign policy and other matters in an interview with Hardnews
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

AAP: One Among the Crowd

Abeer Kapoor

For many the Aam Aadmi Party is no longer the party with a difference. Its critics say it has squandered all the political goodwill it had gained after the 2015 elections
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Venezuela: Is the Demand for Self-Determination so Hard?

Abeer Kapoor

After the Supreme Court of Venezuela took over the National Assembly, protestors have taken to the streets all over the country, creating an environment that has led to sanctions from neighbouring countries and possibilities of an intervention from the US
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

BJP wins Rajouri Garden by-election

Hardnews Bureau

Poor show of AAP continues as it is relegated to third position in the by-polls held in the Rajouri Garden seat just days before the MCD polls in Delhi
Hardnews Bureau 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


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