It will be fair to say that the Dravidian movement today is far from what Periyar said and did. Tamil Nadu, therefore, can be said to be entering unchartered social and political territory.

Tagore and translations: Why his works hold indomitable influence in literature Aug 07 2018

A progressive writer, visionary, a social thinker, a philosopher, an educationist - Rabindranath Tagore was a polymath.

Jane Austen's world, and life, still relevant for South Asian women: Pakistani author (Interview) Aug 06 2018

Great authors are not those who continue to resonate far beyond their own time and space but who provide a special kinship, a solace in times of personal upheavals.

Washington's waiver: India inches closer to NSG membership Aug 04 2018

Trump administration has given a timely and important signal that India remains a vital strategic partner in the region.

Congress' yielding on PM face improves chances for grand coalition Jul 28 2018

The non-BJP parties have kept their options open about the prime ministerial candidate till after the elections because the numbers will be a decisive factor in making the choice.

TMC, cops face flak over missing police officer Jul 18 2018

Bharati Ghosh, once hailed as the daughter of CM Mamata Banerjee and now labelled as a carpetbagger by TMC, has got a shot in her arm following revelations by Mumbai Police that a consignment of gold, alleged to have been bought by Ghosh.

Poll stress to cloud Monsoon session of Parliament Jul 16 2018

The Monsoon session of Parliament is set to be a full dress rehearsal for bruising electoral battles that would ensue in the run up to the general elections scheduled for 2019.

Hima Das the new poster girl of Indian athletics Jul 14 2018

Assams Hima Das created history becoming the first Indian to win a track gold at a world meet.

Diamond trade body helps DRI unearth scam Jul 13 2018

Commerce Ministry body, worked as whistle blowers to help the Department of Revenue Intelligence expose a multi-crore diamond scam.