Kamal Nath was seen directing the crowd and was spotted near the area of attacks in spite of which Nath has denied any role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
The 'Kisan Mukti March', organised by All India Kisan Sabha and left political parties was a two-day gathering of thousands of farmers from all across the nation in the national capital.
The renewed race of giant statue announcements following the Statue of Unity reveals a deeply gendered politics upon which such exercises rest.
With every rechristening of a place with an Urdu name to Sanskrit one, the secular state emphasised in the Preamble fades a little and is overwritten with intolerance.
Rajalakshmi was killed because she had spurned his advances; because she spoke about it. It is both a caste-based crime and a sexual offence that needs to be addressed at both levels.
Smriti Irani’s analogy was weak and ineffective and goes a long way in creating further animosity about an already dividing issue.
MJ Akbar is being called Harvey Weinstein of India with India’s #MeToo epidemic gaining momentum as India’s Minister of State of External Affairs resigns from his post.
Do you think Indian women decided to speak up not because they had reached the limits of their patience but because they wanted to imitate some fancy western-label movement?
The Kerala society is facing a difficult time because of the unnecessary chaos created by the right wing fringe elements against the recent Sabarimala verdict.
The #MeTooIndia support and resource base contains a list of professionals like lawyers and social workers across India to help the survivors.