In the past five years, farmers have taken to the streets on countless occassions in an attempt to bring clear focus to the crisis of the agrarian sector and time after time the State has shown no restraint in pushing them back
Was he really in the wrong party? Vajpayee laid the foundations for the expansion of the BJP in everyway from its pro-business slant to its position towards minorities in the country
In his book Padmavat: An Epic Love Story, Purushottam Agarwal takes us on a journey through and about Jayasi’s Padmavat, describes the salient points of the story, and demonstrates to us his mastery of language, poetry and his deep knowledge of Hinduism. This is the first part of a three-part series on the epic love poem.
The Nepali PM’s visit is being read as an attempt by the Himalayan nation to tread lightly and carefully while chalking its ties with India and China.
Winning this seat will be a prestige issue for the BJP because it had stoked the ‘exodus controversy’ to gain a foothold in the constituency
In the third part of this four-part series, Farooqui delves into the lives of his Ramlila mandali in Tihar as he talks about the numerous challenges encountered in the process
66 distressed farmers have committed suicides in the past 21 days in eight districts of the Marathwada region
Dear Secular Parties,
After Mumbai, the farmers from across the country hit the streets of the national capital on Tuesday to demand absolute implementation of the Swaminathan Commission recommendations, loan waivers to them as promised by the government and the Minimum Support Price for their agri-produce.