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Big changes in BJP top panel, Gadkari, Shivraj make way for Fadnavis, Sonowal, BSY

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Changes signal social and regional inclusion as Sikh, Dalit and OBC leaders become part of the BJP parliamentary Board

Why Nobody, Not Even a Ruthless Murderer, Can Surprise Rushdie

The author recalls his meeting with the celebrated and charming author over a decade ago, his wit, scholarship and tremendous willpower

There should be no ‘mera-tera’ in our minds, celebrate India’s diversity, says PM

The prime minister’s comments during his Independence Day address comes in the context of several divisive rows in the preceding months over issues that have raised communal temperatures

Make aspirational India a developed nation in next 25 years: PM

“How long do we have to seek global certificates? We need to set our own standards. We don’t need to look like others,” Modi said.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala (1960-2022): The Eternal Big Bull

He was unwell for some time but that did not dampen his love of life

Why We Need Salman Rushdie

The attack on him is a reminder that the pursuit of truth is always pitted against the bloody profanities of faith

India call for restraint, status quo on Taiwan is a criticism of China’s military activism

India has called for efforts to de-escalate tensions and maintain peace and stability in the region

The Right Signal to China

The Dalai Lama is currently on an extended visit to Ladakh and his visit to Leh was his first one since the stand-off between India and China that began in 2020

Bihar’s Left Sees No Ideological Obstacle in Backing ‘Opportunist’ Nitish

Our fight is against the BJP, says Dipankar Bhattacharya of CPI(ML) Liberation, which has 12 MLAs in the state assembly

Nitish-BJP split triggers decisive battle for the most backward vote

BJP banks on PM Narendra Modi turning Lok Sabha elections into presidential contests

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