News Briefs

Roger Scruton (1944-2020): A Man Against His Times

THERE IS A heroism in quiet dignity. Sir Roger Vernon Scruton, who passed away on

Kerala: Maoists Warn Locals of Dire Consequences

In their continued efforts to win over tribal people and carve out a sanctuary for

The CM’s First Act

The Kerala government’s defiance against the Centre with regard to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)

Akbar Padamsee (1928-2020): Master of Metascapes

A TEXT FROM DADIBA Pundole, director of Pundole Gallery, at 8.30pm on Monday, January 6th,

A Shift in the Culture War

TO NOT LEARN history is to repeat its follies but sometimes you learn its lessons

Thanks to CAA, We Stand Isolated in the World, Says Former NSA

Former National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon has criticised the Centre for its series of actions --

BJP Loses Jharkhand

Jharkhand stayed true to its reputation. Like ever since its formation in 2000, a clear

Bangladesh Hits a 1971 Squall

The Bangladesh government ran into a political squall last week, necessitating an embarrassing retreat. The

Divide and Misrule

India is being engulfed by intolerance and malice towards minorities. Democratic values are being violated.

Jamia Millia Islamia: Campus on Fire

THROUGH WHATEVER IDEOLOGICAL prism one chooses to look at the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), it


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