The recent climate crisis has also demonstrated that the impact of climate change in India is not limited to Delhi-NCR, but is a pan-India emergency
The Rajya Sabha elections could have been used to douse the flames of infighting. Instead, the Congress leadership has once again shown it takes Rajasthan for granted
The issues of climate change and pollution are real, but they are yet to become part of political discourse in India. The heatwave of 2022 should be treated as a red notice by environment
Mamata Banerjee will continue to be the undisputed leader of her party and Bengal in the coming years, but there are numerous early warnings in the first year of her third term as CM
Jahangirpuri Violence: The Bengali-speaking Muslims of West Bengal are neither Rohingyas nor Bangladeshis; they are just as much Indian as anyone else
In India, the issue of air pollution is also political. Over the past several years, Delhi and Punjab governments have been at loggerheads over this issue
For the last more than 15 years, Muslims have been the key voter base of Mamata Banerjee, but today there is growing unease among them
The question today is: why will someone not call the situation in Bengal ‘anarchic’ or why will the opposition not ask for President’s rule?
The fragmented power in the Capital could become a problem later, and therefore, this MCD election is very personal and crucial for Arvind Kejriwal
Despite the flak from opposition parties who called it a political gimmick, it’s clear that among all the north Indian states hit by toxic air and smog, Delhi’s odd-even is the only and most stringent rule of its kind to curb pollution.