The Communist Party of India (Marxist) in West Bengal has been making headlines for the wrong reasons once
Maya Mirchandani: The Rohingya issue is something that has been dominating the headlines, certainly in India, on the diplomatic front for the last few weeks. The reason for this perhaps is that the junior home minister had said all Rohingya in India would be sent back, they would not be welcome.
Now how many of them are actual refugees who have been identified by the United Nations? What really is the nature of this crisis that is pushing
New Delhi: Soon after the news spread on September 13 that the Narendra Modi government –
The Malaysian government has approved a government-use compulsory license which would allow the import of generic versions of Gilead’s patented hepatitis C drug, Sovaldi. The decision was made in August but has become public this week. On September 14, the
Itanagar: Violence marred proceedings as normal life came to a halt in Arunachal Pradesh following a dawn-to-dusk statewide bandh called by the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU).
In the state capital, protesters damaged several vehicles including torching a state transport bus and a private vehicle
Agni Bhaskar was as fiery as his first name. We gazed up at him from where we were
Will Nitin Gadkari, the new minister for water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation, be able to deliver in his promise to rejuvenate the dying Ganga river prior
Two journalists, Anil Yadav and Anhes Shashwat, decided to travel to the Northeast after the
Naypyitaw: Myanmar leader Aung
An uncle of mine, a reporter for DER SPIEGEL, covered Bangladesh’s war of