Domino Effect: Can 2023 State Elections Upset the Modi Machine in 2024?
By Nikhil Sehra
India's state elections don’t usually foretell national polls, but this time around, many will be looking for signs of a winning strategy.
Making Sense of Hindutva
By Devdutt Pattanaik
Hindutva may have proclaimed the supremacy of all things traditional, but it makes no room for diversity, dynamism, dilemmas, and doubt. Such has never been the only Indian way.
Why is Modi Scared of INDIA?
The name of the opposition alliance is a bold announcement that the BJP/RSS can’t claim India as their own as they are opposed to the very idea itself.
Is Hindutva Justifying al-Qaida’s Ghazwa-e-Hind Narrative?
By Shafi Md Mostofa
The jihadist group is attacking Hindutva aggression in India in its publications.
How Gujarat’s Khambhat Became a Hotspot for Anti-Muslim Hate
By Tarushi Aswani
The communal violence of April 2022 was more the norm than the exception in the city of Khambhat.
The Uniform Civil Code Bill in India: What’s at Stake?
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
It is a controversial issue in Indian politics as minorities and opposition parties see it as a vehicle for Hindu majoritarianism.
India’s Hindutva Proponents and Zionist Israel: Strange Bedfellows
By Kavita Chowdhury
Although they share a strong affinity in outlook, goals, and methods, Hindutva ideologues were also fanboys of Adolf Hitler.
Religious Polarization in India Seeping into US Diaspora
By Deepa Bharath and Mariam Fam
Indian Americans from diverse faith backgrounds have peacefully lived side by side for several decades but that is now changing.
Food for Thought as Independent India Turns 75
By Muqtedar Khan
India’s pursuit of greatness will remain elusive if it fails to address inequality and revive its democratic and secular values.
Violence Against Indian Muslims Must Be Urgently Investigated
By Stephen Rapp
There is enough evidence that some of these acts amount to crimes against humanity.
Enforced Vegetarianism in India
By Kavita Chowdhury
Meat shops and slaughter houses in Gurugram near New Delhi will stay shut for nine days during a Jain religious festival.
With Beheading of Hindu ‘Blasphemer’ in India, a Red Line Is Crossed
By Abdul Basit
Notwithstanding the local context of the beheading, it is a continuation of the broader global trend of targeted assassination over blasphemy charges.