It’s unlikely the country has seen a prime minister who likes to engage directly—and visibly—with so many social groupingsFines, rather than prison time, will have a deterrent effect, while giving tipplers a second chanceThe Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), 1958, was removed from several districts across Assam, Nagaland and Manipur from April 1, 2022Critics wonder if KCR is using the temple project to burnish his own image as one with a divine right to ruleThere was widespread condemnation of the two-day strike called by 22 central trade unionsThe new CPI(M) West Bengal state secretary plans to revive the Left’s social activismTo depose Gehlot, the BJP will have to do more than Hindutva. Settle on a leader, for one. Vasundhara Raje is en routeHere's this week's glasshouse
Parambrata Chatterjee: I’m very much a part of the Union of India with its many diverse languages, including HindiEven as actor Parambrata Chatterjee readies his Bengali directorial venture, Abhijaan, for its April 15 release, the Hindi entertainment industry can’t seem to get enough of himStreaming on discovery+, the docu-series The Legends of Ramayana sees Amish Tripathi make his digital debut as an anchor. The author says his tryst with the screen is just getting startedPartition literature has been a recurring theme in Daisy Rockwell's translations. She has even written scholarly works on itArguably India's most successful family dramedy, Gullak strikes a perfect balance between good writing and authentic actingThe "kone-kone se" rhetoric, of hooping in Indians from every corner, is not entirely of gloss value. It makes economic sense, too. G.N. Devy shows us how the Mahabharata radicalises our notions of time while remaining timeless itselfA visually striking graphic retelling of the Mahabharata is undone by clumsy and clunky writingNone of Anjana Menon’s breezy observations quite captures the horror of our ongoing pandemic
The K-Rail SilverLine, a semi high-speed rail network that traverses the length of the state, is cm Pinarayi Vijayan’s most ambitious and controversial project. Will it cement his legacy or ruin it?
At least 700,000 people in Bengal have lost their homes in four decades due to unpredictable changes in the Ganga's course. The Centre and the state can't agree on who's to blame
India Today Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie on the dramatic downfall of Pakistan's PM Imran Khan
The arrests of paramilitary personnel blow the lid off a flourishing supply chain of arms and ammunition for Maoist insurgents
Charged with resolving much of the broken lender’s debt of nearly Rs 1 lakh crore, the banker has nearly pulled it off
The Kalinga institutes in Odisha impart education to around 30,000 tribal children, starting from kindergarten to post-graduation, free of costPrincipal architect with Design Consortium India, Nilanjan Bhowal tells us how to create spaces that exude a sense of calm