Rajiv Dogra, former ambassador and author of Durand’s Curse shares his sharp insights on nature of Pak-Afghan relations in this episode of Reason with Editor-in-Chief Aarti Tikoo
The New Indian’s editor-in-chief Aarti Tikoo recorded a tell-all interview with Shakti Singh, chief of Subhash Chandra Bose Rashtriya Vichar Manch in February 2022.
Globalization, as envisioned by the WEF billionaires, has not only failed in ending poverty but it has normalized obscene opulence and plunder by the rich and increased inequality
Now that the Prime Minister has shown magnanimity in appealing to his supporters to not be antagonistic towards the Hindi film industry, will Bollywood also reciprocate by creating meaningful and socially responsible content?
We must not downplay the reckless nature in which religious tourism is being pushed in ecologically sensitive regions of the country
Even as the country reeled under one of the worst humanitarian crises it has faced, representatives of its political elite went gallivanting around global conferences running propaganda against India
The West is mistaken to think that celebrating Indian pop-culture without acknowledging and apologising for its colonial atrocities committed against people of India will help restore its stigmatised historical image
Bharat Jodo would be a colossal wastage of time, effort and resource if Rahul Gandhi continues to focus on likability over electoral winnability
You’re listening to Sonth- a Kashmiri language podcast on hot button historical, political, and socio-economic issues of Jammu and Kashmir. In this episode, The New Indian Editor-in-Chief Aarti Tikoo explores the nexus between politicians and land mafia operating in Gulmarg and Srinagar, based on investigative reports. She talks about the history of land reforms in
Editor-in-Chief Aarti Tikoo and historian and author Vikram Sampath talk about his book “Bravehearts of Bharat: Vignettes from Indian History”, the Delhi-centric, and misogynist lens of history writing.