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Interview: Sudheendra Kulkarni

'Vajpayee and Modi's BJP have no similarity'

Sudheendra Kulkarni has worn many hats. A leftist in his initial years, Mumbai-based Sudheendra has been a political adviser to the former Indian prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and his deputy ...

'Vajpayee and Modi's BJP have no similarity'

Road block forces Modi to cancel Punjab visit

Indian prime minister (PM) Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab's Ferozepur was called off citing "major security lapse"

Indian prime minister (PM) Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab's Ferozepur was called off citing major security lapse

After year-long protest, farmers begin journey back home in India

Several farmers, who have been protesting against the three farm laws on different borders of Delhi since 26 November last year, began returning to their home states from their respective protesting ...

Farmers celebrate after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that he will repeal the controversial farm laws, at the Singhu border farmers protest site near the Delhi-Haryana border, India, on 19 November 2021

Farmers in no mood to forgive Modi despite his U-turn on farm laws

Thousands of agricultural workers have protested outside the capital New Delhi and beyond for more than a year, shrugging off the pandemic to disrupt traffic and pile pressure on Modi and the BJP

Farmers celebrate after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that he will repeal the controversial farm laws, at the Singhu border farmers protest site near the Delhi-Haryana border, India, on 19 November 2021

Elections trump economics in Modi's farm reforms U-turn

Elections trumped the urgency for agricultural reform in Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's surprise decision on Friday to repeal new farm laws, economists and political analysts said.

Farmers celebrate after India's Prime Minister announced to repeal three agricultural reform laws that sparked almost a year of huge protests by farmers across the country in Singhu on November 19, 2021

‘No legal significance of resolution passed by Bengal assembly against decision on BSF jurisdiction’

West Bengal Legislative Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution against the Centre’s move to extend BSF’s jurisdiction to 50km from the international border in the state

Border Security Force (BSF) personnel take position during the patrolling at Indian Pakistan international border outskirts, in Jammu on 27 July 2021

ISIS and Hindutva are similar, not same: Salman Khurshid

Khurshid’s book on the Ayodhya verdict was released last week. It explored the Apex Court’s landmark judgement on the Ayodhya dispute

Congress leader Salman Khurshid speaks to the media, in Gorakhpur on 29 August 2021

Indian Hindu hardliners set fire to Salman Khurshid’s home

Religious minorities in Hindu-majority India have faced increased levels of discrimination and violence since Modi’s Hindu nationalist BJP came to power in 2014, say activists

Indian Hindu hardliners set fire to Salman Khurshid’s home

India hunts 'fake news' spreaders after anti-Muslim attacks

Indian police are seeking the owners of around 100 social media accounts accused of sharing "fake news" after mob attacks on mosques in the country's northeast.

India hunts 'fake news' spreaders after anti-Muslim attacks

How will you evade the responsibility of failing to provide security?

Where there had been apprehensions of unrest during the puja, no preventive measures were taken. Does that mean the intelligence agencies were inactive this time? Why had the police not taken up any ...

Dhaka University Teachers Association forms a human chain against communalism. The theatre and performance studies department of the university staged a street play after the human chain programme. Tuesday, in front of Aparajeo Bangla
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