Taking a jibe at the Modi government, former minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said policies like 'Make in India' and hatred cannot go together as he asserted that "outrageous" statements against minorities by ruling party members only undermine the country's soft power.
To attract foreign direct investment, which is key to the construction and modernisation of the infrastructure sector and manufacturing, the Congress MP stressed on the need to maintain the pluralistic character of...
Warning that India is not immune to the threat from Islamic State (ISIS), the UAE, which has deported about a dozen Indians with suspected links to the terror group, said today that its anti-terror cooperation with India is going to get "more institutionalised".
"There are no grey areas. We need to tackle this (ISIS) threat and nobody is immune. If you think you are immune (and) you are going to be negligent, you are going to...
Lashing out at the Akhilesh Yadav government over Pakistani ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali's concert in Lucknow, the Shiv Sena today branded Uttar Pradesh as an "Islamic state" and alleged that the state government has begun "anti-national business" for appeasement politics.
The ruling ally also took a swipe at the BJP for being a "mute spectator" to the event, and demanded that those who allowed the concert to take place should be booked for anti-national activities.
Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan today hit out at Nitish Kumar government over the law and order situation in Bihar, saying the present condition was worse than the "jungle raj of the 90s."
"It's return of jungle raj or say even worse than jungle raj that prevailed from 1990 to 2005 (RJD rule)," the Union Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution said, adding Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has no "moral right to continue in the...
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- We have already lost the sleeves of the sweater (of India) — Bangladesh and Pakistan. So let's keep the sweater. It's getting cold.
- My creativity did not match with TV shows I was doing. I couldn't get satisfaction, that's why I couldn't do it.
- Censorship is a battle we have fought on every single film. Every film, we had the most insane battles... It's restrictive, and regressive.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Tuesday, 09 February 2016 | Sagar Singh | New DelhiThis refers to the editorial, “Discard racial mindset” (February 6). The racial attack on a Tanzanian girl in Bangalore was brutal and needs to be condemned. Africa was the last continent to be freed from the menace of racial segregation when Nelson Mandela remained in prison for 27 years and...