“Refrain from lobbying for bureaucrats' transfer-posting,“ PM Modi is understood to have said and cautioned that previous governments had become notorious for this. This was a strong element in BJP's campaign attack on SP and BSP during the elect…
The Shiv Sena on Thursday sought an explanation from its MP Ravindra Gaikwad who hit an Air India staffer with a slipper. “The party has sought an explanation from Gaikwad. The Sena does not condone violence of any kind,“ Harshal Pradhan, media a…
India reacted angrily to Pakistani high commissioner Abdul Basit's reiteration of support for the "freedom struggle" in J&K on the occasion of Pakistan Day, saying this was not in keeping with diplomatic niceties and was tantamount to interference in…
China is worried about the next Dalai Lama emerging from a foreign country, which probably explains its stiff opposition to the upcoming visit of the present Buddhist spiritual leader to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, which is the birthplace of one of…
This past month, as I read about an 18-year-old Patna girl’s ordeal with tuberculosis (TB) and her battle to access the life-saving drug bedaquiline, I couldn’t help but recount the horrors of my own experiences with the disease, which I have had…
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said regarding H-1B and L1 visas for professionals, four bills have come to the US Congress but they haven't been passed. She said the govt is in talks with the US at the highest level to ensure that the intere…
Days after the Supreme Court suggested that the Ram mandir issue be solved out of court after deliberations among concerned parties, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) said on Thursday that they will not let Babri masjid to be constructed anywhere in India.
After staying under the radar for much of the campaign for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, BSP leader Mayawati is emerging as a decisive factor in eastern UP.
Was the Pukhrayan rail accident in November 2016, which killed 150 people, an act of sabotage? The NIA sees a terror hand.
As an election gambit, the move to create seven new districts may work for CM Ibobi Singh. But a four-month economic blockade of two highways continues, and nobody seems to know or care how it might end.
The party is banking on Modi's charisma and a split in the Dalit-Muslim vote to take Uttar Pradesh this spring.
The second edition of the India Today School Summit brought together eminent educationists, who offered a look ahead at the country's schooling system.
With Sasikala's arrest and the AIADMK divided into warring camps, all eyes are on the contest between Panneerselvam and Palaniswami.
Storyboard of the week.
A one-on-one session with Subodh Gupta, a well-known contemporary artist who plays with sculptures, painting, photographs, and installations.
From kitesurfing to AAP in Norway, this is what went viral on social media this week.
In the last week, we've moved from 'post-truth' to 'alternative facts'. Had Padmini not existed, we would've had to invent her. And we have.
The BJP falls short of a clear majority in Lucknow, yet is a frontrunner in three out of four states, predicts the India Today-Axis pre-poll survey. The Congress is poised for a majority in Punjab.
The Congress and AAP gun for the Badals, accusing them of amassing personal wealth. But the incumbents remain confident of returning to power.
Bureaucratic paralysis in the defence ministry leaves soldiers to buy their own medals.
There's never a dull moment in the south as India Today's first south conclave proved, with VK Sasikala and four chief ministers in attendance.