Politics of middle class India
Nivedita, 30, works with an NGO in Patna. She believes that while there should be a link with tradition, some changes should be encouraged. What she has in mind is gender equality. She questions why girls are given a different treatment compared to boys, and demands equality of status in marriage. She feels politics is corrupt and politicians aren't well educated. She supports Narendra Modi for prime minister over Rahul Gandhi. AP Dube/HT Photo
Every second buyer of a car in India today uses social media–facebook, twitter, official webpages, online portals or the good old google–to research vehicles. So what goes online has a big influence on the final decision. To have a robust presence on the internet then, is perhaps as important today ...
Little over a fortnight after the death of Nido Taniam, students and activists from the northeast in Delhi met police officials on Monday after a 'khap panchayat' in south Delhi’s Munirka area allegedly threatened to evict tenants from northeastern states.
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