Today in New Delhi, India
Sep 20, 2020-Sunday
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  • The BJP’s national leadership is clear that it will stick to Nitish Kumar for some more time — not because it trusts him but because it doesn’t want to take the risk of a repeat of the defeat of 2015
    Sep 20, 2020 05:43 IST
    Given the pandemic, the nature of the election, of political competition, and of issues has changed. The outcome will reveal the more
  • I doubt if  Yogi will accept he’s made a terrible mistake. I have no doubt he has
    Sep 20, 2020 05:43 IST
    The greatest of our rulers is the Mughal emperor Akbar. His ecumenism was unique for his time. As Ira Mukhoty has written, He believed ‘all religions are either equally true or equally illusory’ more
  • With the focus on boosting domestic capabilities, women should be brought to the centre of a new ecosystem
    Sep 20, 2020 05:43 IST
    The government has the road map all drawn up. It has to now actively push women by providing information about the gaps in demand and supply, provide the skilling required and create an enabling environment for easy more
  • The State must guarantee constitutional rights and ensure that a free choice to enter egalitarian legal partnerships is granted, upheld and protected
    Sep 20, 2020 05:44 IST
    Marriage equality, at a bare minimum, must allow consenting adults to enter into this form of partnership, irrespective of their sexual orientation or gender identity, across castes and more
    Dhamini Ratnam
    Dhamini Ratnam
  • Unlike the need to create endlessly, now you make on-demand smaller capsule collections, which are pointed.
    Sep 19, 2020 18:14 IST
    Designers have opened the green door, launched smaller, meaningful collections, which reverberate with responsibility as AR, virtuality and AI is set to rule the aesthetic laboratory of the more
    Sunil Sethi
    Sunil Sethi
  • Just take a good look around you. Is there anything you spot that’s been there forever without being of any use, but only because you were too lazy or stingy to throw it out
    Sep 19, 2020 16:39 IST
    Hoarding every darn thing in the name of nostalgia is not silly. It’s downright more
  • Couture which was once the Holy Grail has now emerged as the survival mantra for an industry, which has faced back breaking turmoil, rather assiduously.
    Sep 18, 2020 23:30 IST
    With 1.3 billion Indians, almost 50 per cent under the age of 25, makes bridal couture the biggest money spinner for more
    Sunil Sethi
    Sunil Sethi