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After 34 deaths and global stink, an uneasy calm hangs over riot-hit Delhi
US lawmakers have reacted sharply to the violence.
India aims to leverage its growing aviation infra to augment its agriculture sector
Kisan Udan scheme.
India’s top court asks the government to review the internet curbs imposed in Kashmir
"Sec. 144 can't be used to suppress dissent."
“Shoot the traitors”: Bone-chilling scenes as mob ravages top Indian university under cops’ nose
The whole turn of events remained murky hours after it took place.
Indian Twitter is offering tips to evade clampdown as the police face off with protesters
Evasive tactics galore.
Italian folk songs to “azaadi” chants: Angry Indian students get innovative with protests
"Dear cops, let's have a chat!"
Indian Opposition: Modi Replaced ‘Made in India’ with ‘Rape in India’
Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday refused to apologize for controversial remarks in which he accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party of creating a culture of widespread
VHP, Modi, Narasimha Rao’s roles in Ayodhya land title case
For some, the movement was a political plank.
India’s top court paves the way for a temple to be built at the disputed site in Ayodhya
A decision after 70 years.
As Jammu & Kashmir loses its political status, here’s what the past 80 days have meant for it
J&K turns Indian union territory today.
Recent poll results show that nationalist rhetoric won’t help Modi hide economic woes forever
People are hurting, and it shows.
India’s shot tourism, Kashmir’s key revenue earner, in its foot
The industry contributes 8% to the state's GDP.
Neoliberalism is killing the very idea of citizenship in India
The conventional dynamic between desire for security and aspiration for freedom has altered.
A timeline of key events that led to the arrest of India’s former finance minister
The case involves irregularities in clearing overseas investments into INX Media.
India’s former finance minister P Chidambaram arrested
P Chidambaram is a prominent voice of the opposition Congress party.
Sushma Swaraj, India’s former foreign minister who reached out to people, has passed away
She was known for helping distressed Indians with her efficient social media outreach.
Rahul Gandhi quits as India opposition leader after election defeat
Gandhi accepts responsibility for result and urges party to ‘radically transform’Rahul Gandhi, the political scion of India’s most powerful ruling dynasty, has announced his resignation as president
The Guardian: World News
More education means less employment in Modi’s India
The time bomb ticks on.
Here’s proof that Indians are losing confidence in their economy
They don't expect things to turn around immediately, either.
India’s central bank chips in a third straight time to help revive the economy
The repo rate is at its lowest since July 2010.