Even as India receives an outpouring of aid from several countries to tackle the numbing and devastating effects of the pandemic, collaboration on other urgent issues cannot be set aside. In early May, India and Britain agreed to work together on plans to combat
The Supreme Court’s verdict in the Maratha reservation case is in keeping with its restrictive approach towards affirmative action.
In the judgment delivered last week, the court struck down the 2018 Maharashtra law providing reservation for the Marathas in educational
Ahead of last Friday’s launch of the fourth round of talks on reviving the nuclear deal with Iran, an unidentified senior US state department official predicted that the return by the US and Iran to the accord is “doable” before Iran’s presidential election in June.
An estimated 30 million NRIs living in 160 countries are looking at India for real estate investment opportunities. India has been consistently notching up the top slot in expatriate remittance for years now from $55.6 billion in 2010-11 to $64 billion in 2020.
Technology can be many things to many people. It can be indispensable, it can be crazy and it can be dangerous. If your intentions are questionable when you use technology, in the blink of an eye you can be whoever or wherever you want people to think you are.
In her debut as director, Farah Nabulsi has not only made a name for herself with her fourth semi-documentary film, “The Present,” but also has broken through the thick wall of silence surrounding Israel’s occupation of Palestinians in the West Bank.
With pop stars come pop fans, and those fans have the potential to make or break anything that comes in their way. This week we are taking a look at fan armies of music stars and how they are becoming out of control.
A survey experiment spanning seven countries finds high levels of support for increased action on environmental protection ahead of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties. In India, where the survey represented adults in urban areas,
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s determined bid to extend his Bharatiya Janata Party’s footprints to West Bengal in the east and Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the south has failed miserably. These were among the four states and one Union Territory where Assembly elections