Yogi Adityanath’s task: A suitable mosque site
The verdict, in favour of building a Ram temple, strengthens the political position of Adityanath ahead of the 2022 state elections, especially as no report of violence was reported across UP on Saturday when this paper went to print. He and his guru, Mahant Avaidyanath, have been champions of the Ram temple movement.
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CJI Ranjan Gogoi: The man who settled India's longest-running dispute
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Enter the Smog: As smog descends on Indian cities, see what the data really says
WHO found that 13 of the 20 cities with worst air quality in 2018 were in India. Let's see what data says.
Coastal Concerns: Rising sea levels will inundate coastal areas sooner than projected
Areas inhabited by 36 mn Indians now are at risk, much higher than the five mn expected previously.
Ayodhya: Calm under clampdown
Amid the clampdown, Ayodhya residents had a hard time moving from one place to another through the narrow lanes and bylanes since all entry and exit points were barricaded. Most residents were at home when the top court ruled that Hindus would get the disputed 2.77 acres to build a Ram temple.
Verdict will promote amity: The goodwill created among the communities is the greatest gain
As far as the final order of the five judge bench is concerned, they have concluded that Hindus are entitled to build a Ram temple on the disputed land and Muslims alternatively should be given five acres to build a mosque. In a way, this is appearing to be conciliatory, which should be welcomed by all.
Five messages from Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly polls
Both Congress and the BJP have lessons to learn from the just concluded assembly polls.
How Modi government is using aggressive diplomacy to its advantage
Modi govt is raising the costs for those nations whose leaders spoke against revocation of Article 370.
It's the social media era! This wedding season, luxe segments look up to Instagram for inspiration
Those in the business of wedding service providers thank social media for their reach.
For the love of chicken & mutton biryani: How political gatherings helped caterers grow big
Tamil Nadu’s love for biryani probably stems from the state’s love of rice.
Education is not mapped to the market, says Mona Mourshed, president & CEO, Generation
Generation's Mona Mourshed explains how skilling challenges can be tackled and how people can be made job-ready. Generation aims to bridge the education-to-employment gap by gauging the demand for profiles at the employer end.
Desi dreams: The rise of Indian internet content creators abroad
Children of Indian immigrants are going against the tide and becoming internet content creators, even if it means giving up stable and well-paying jobs.
The biggest lessons for India from the PMC Bank fiasco
HDIL’s hijacking of PMC is just the latest in the subversion of co-op banks by the influential & crooked.
Ready to vroom: Can an e-sports league help X1 Racing League surmount the odds?
The X1 Racing League, a project promoted by Indian racers Armaan Ebrahim and Aditya Patel, is trying to set aside the ghosts of failed motorsports projects in the country.
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