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Indian American parents have a new task. Teach kids to recognise Hinduphobia, fight it

There's an existential turning point coming at the prosperous but clueless Hindu-American community. If we don’t have our own story to convey to...

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Vamsee Juluri

Swiggy’s paw-ternity policy a relief for pet parents like me—a new PL enters leave calendar

Swiggy is not the only company to roll out such a policy, though. In 2017, HarperCollins India announced five paid leaves for employees adopting a...

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Tina Das

BJP’s ‘Ab Ki Baar 400 Paar’ push isn’t a new idea. It’s a political pledge from 73 years ago

‘Ab Ki Baar 400 Paar’ may have its genesis in a heated debate between Jawaharlal Nehru and Syama Prasad Mookerjee, when the latter warned Nehru...

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Deep Halder

Everyone says ‘aayega to Modi hi’—some with a drumroll, many with despair

Modi’s presence is no longer enough to brush every other issue under the carpet. His charisma is beginning to wane, making way for other long-...

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Yogendra Yadav

Story of Israel-Iran friendship shows the latest conflict is neither inevitable nor permanent

The story teaches us what happens when ideology and hubris overtake calm, rational decision-making based on national interests.

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Praveen Swami

‘Ghus ke marenge’ is a warning to our neighbours. Hot pursuit is recognised in law

Political leadership & military must exercise caution when planning such operations and ensure that action is justified, proportionate, and...

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Gen Mm Naravane (Retd)

‘Not bachelors in hostel anymore’—Ather’s Rizta scooter launch turns into a family outing

The Ather Community Day 2024 in Bengaluru saw participants travelling from as far as Pune, some riding all the way on their Ather scooters.

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Kushan Mitra

Vampire facial isn’t about blood. It provides a concentrated mix of all the nutrition skin needs

Medically known as Plasma-Rich Platelet facials or PRP, this beauty treatment promotes the growth of collagen and new cells which keep the skin...

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Deepali Bhardwaj

See Ghazni, Ghori as plunderers, Razia, Sher Shah as ancestors—Lohia to Hindus, Muslims

On 3 October 1963, Ram Manohar Lohia spoke about the need for Hindus and Muslims unifying their perspective of the last 800 years of India's history.

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Ram Manohar Lohia

Patanjali ad case saw flouting of rules. India needs to fix its Magic Remedies Act

The IMA has said that through repeated advertisements, Patanjali had been disparaging modern medicine while offering a permanent solution for...

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Sumi Sukanya Dutta

Ambedkar Jayanti is changing. It’s now a dance party & vote-seeking festival

The streets were never ours. They were owned by dandiya/garba players, visarjan revellers, dahi-handi crowd, Holi groups—but on Ambedkar Jayanti...

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Vaibhav Wankhede

Arab ministers visiting Abu Dhabi temple should inspire Indian Muslims to fight conservatism

A Muslim-majority nation like UAE showing respect to Hinduism gives us hope in the context of India’s Hindu-Muslim relationships.

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Amana Begam

India must account for human costs of energy transition, prioritise social justice

Women, lower-caste groups, landless labourers, and small farmers are at greater risk of further marginalisation by large infrastructure projects.

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Shantha Venugopal

Moscow is only going to get more dependent on Beijing. Delhi can’t afford to ignore it

India’s multi-alignment with Russia needs to be firmly rooted in strategic realism. It must decode just how the “no-limits” friendship between...

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Swasti Rao

India redefined Third World as Global South. Then China got triggered

Chinese scholars initially downplayed the use of‘Global South’. But when it became unavoidable to ignore the emerging ontology of...

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Rajiv Ranjan

Reformed UNSC isn’t possible without India as a permanent member. Expand P5, not pontificate

US and other Western countries sound extremely hollow when they pontificate on strengthening democracy and the fight against terrorism even as they...

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Seshadri Chari

TMC is making the most of BJP’s faux pas in West Bengal. That’s no campaign strategy

TMC asking the Election Commission to remove heads of NIA, CBI, and ED is an unrealistic demand. It seems like the party is only seeking the...

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Monideepa Banerjie

How Karnataka’s medieval Lingayats challenged caste, oppression of women & toppled empires

Dalit Lingayats, educated in the Vedas, defeated Buddhists in debate. Women conducted rituals, and exercised free will in marriages.

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Anirudh Kanisetti

BJP is going after DMK not for seats. The goal is to capture Tamil mindset for now

BJP has accused DMK of being anti-national and of supporting drug & sand mafias. Such harsh words have not been spoken against Dravidian parties in...

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R Rajagopalan

Haryanvi and Bhojpuri IPL commentary is more crass than cricket. Don’t waste the opportunity

Haryanvi and Bhojpuri music industry have done enough damage to the culture by shaming women and propagating misogyny. IPL cricket commentary must...

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Nootan Sharma

Vast difference in news TV and papers’ treatment of Kejriwal—but uniformity on Gaza

While TV news channels all but called for Arvind Kejriwal's head—and his resignation as Delhi CM—newspapers simply published reports on the...

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Shailaja Bajpai

BJP is now Modi’s party the way Congress was Indira Gandhi’s. Is he prepared for the risks?

You could argue that some of the things Narendra Modi does or talks about are not meant to win the approval of elders at RSS. He is doing them with...

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Vir Sanghvi

New India’s great delusion. Decolonisation isn’t about erasing history, but moving forward

Erasing histories and renaming cities does not signify genuine decolonisation or progressive thinking. Instead, it perpetuates exclusionary...

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Ayushi Vashisht

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