Revisiting old wounds in Kanpur of the 1984 Sikh Pogrom as the UP government constitutes a special team for reinvestigation
Reopening an old file involving the Indian Air Force would decisively help settle matters in Kashmir
Brashness inspired by a Hindi film cannot help in Kashmir
A technology platform introduced in Haryana is transforming the government’s interface with citizens. Can it be replicated elsewhere in India?
Artist and writer Molly Crabapple on the joys and heartaches of journalism in a post-truth world
The two ideas of Prayagraj
With fresh elections on the cards in Jammu and Kashmir, can BJP turn the state’s two main political families irrelevant?
With the Sangh Parivar now going all out to help Vasundhara Raje win, is BJP back in the fray of a state where Congress saw its brightest hope?
For now, Mayawati has decided to ditch the Congress in assembly elections for three states. But her 2019 plan is under wraps
The new face of ‘resistance’ in Kashmir, killed soon after he fell out with a Hizbul commander and shifted base, may have been radicalised outside the state