Today in New Delhi, India
Jul 10, 2020-Friday
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  • On Friday morning, in highly mysterious circumstances, Dubey died, and so did the story he may have told
    Jul 10, 2020 19:52 IST
    Extrajudicial killings weaken the rule of law. UP must more
  • Facebook’s 71 gender options, including the two-spirit person, are a stretch. But “they”, used by singular non-binary gender identity people, was Merriam-Webster’s word of 2019 and India has recognised “other” as an official gender since 2014
    Jul 10, 2020 19:38 IST
    Gendered language is not just an annoyance. It can more
  • Vikas Dubey who was implicated in 62 criminal cases, including five cases of murder and eight cases of attempted murder, could not have thrived for 30 years, without the patronage of the rich and powerful
    Jul 10, 2020 19:37 IST
    There can’t be double standards on extrajudicial killings, depending on the case. It isn’t more
  • Beijing will not forget 2020, the year of the metal rat in the Chinese calendar, in a hurry. The world, particularly India and the happy tiny kingdom of Bhutan, will hear the echoes of this in the future
    Jul 10, 2020 19:36 IST
    Xi Jinping is on an expansionist spree. But India has set the momentum for resistance. Others are joining more
  • People stand next to an overturned vehicle which was carrying Vikas Dubey, accused of ordering the killing of eight policemen, near Kanpur, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
    Jul 10, 2020 20:26 IST
    The killing of Vikas Dubey marks the brazenness of a compromised political and police more
  • While the opposition does not spare him for his alleged communal face or acts, Yogi Adityanath brazenly follows his ‘Hindutva agenda.’
    Jul 10, 2020 17:19 IST
    The fact remains Yogi will not compromise his government’s image. He will spare none; he will dump old associates without a wink of his eyelid if they are wrong. No doubt, many now dub him more
  • Dubey’s rise through the ranks of crime hierarchy began as a grassroots worker in the 1990s when he was  patronised by local politicians
    Jul 10, 2020 06:05 IST
    His rise is a classic tale of a broken administrative system, flawed policing, and corrupt electoral more