By B Prasant
As one walks along the Hazratbal Road in Srinagar on a bright and shiny early winter morning, across the deserted shopping mohalla (neighbourhood) of the Kozirabal enclave and past the housing estates of Mirzabagh that show no [...]
By B. Prasant in Kolkata
Everywhere you go in the rural districts of north India, you find billboards springing up with garish colours and misspelt letterings – touches of haste clearly on show. They read, “Come Back to Kerala. Come Back to [...]
By Dipanjana Dasgupta Dey
On December 6, 1992 India saw the demolition of the Mughal-era Babri Masjid mosque by fanatic Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Sawamsevak Sangha (RSS) cadres. The incident triggered a nationwide riot in which as [...]
By B. Prasant
The military confrontation and hand-to-hand scuffle that took place on June 15 in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh in eastern Kashmir was but one in a series of such confrontations that had taken place over the recent years along the [...]
Modi speaks a lot and loud to sway his audience, and can tailor his speech to his listeners. Experience, however, tells that his deeds often belie words.
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