New Delhi-based Ruben Banerjee is the former editor-in-chief of Outlook magazine and the author of three acclaimed books.
By selectively targeting the country’s Muslims, the ruling far-right BJP appeases its core Hindu base.
The hijab ban and several other controversies in Karnataka state have compromised Bengaluru's status as India's Silicon Valley.
The ideology will likely leave India divided, weaker and poorer.
The far-right Bharatiya Janata Party and its Hindutva ideology are becoming more deeply entrenched in the country’s south, with sinister consequences for Muslims and other minorities.
Even opposition parties don’t challenge the plight and lack of representation of Muslims in India’s climate of religious intolerance and violence.
While two new books offer opposing views on the role of the far-right RSS in the assassination of the spiritual and political leader, Hindutva ideology remains a common thread.
India’s prime minister has experienced a slew of what were called “assassination attempts”, which ultimately helped bolster his image.
The results of the regional elections could either reinforce the BJP’s grip on power or give the fragmented opposition a much-needed boost.
India's founding principle of secularism is rapidly fraying and religious minorities are on the receiving end, braving actions like the nauseous online auctioning of Muslim women.
Choking the charity’s funding is one of the expected consequences of Hindu nationalism.
The Hindu right has brazenly launched a multi-pronged attack, simultaneously targeting Christians, Muslims and other minorities along with anyone who speaks against the BJP regime.
Tracing the journey of an impressive farmer leader, who once was employed as a lowly police constable in Delhi.
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