Pakistan's draft Hindu marriage law crosses first hurdle
A parliamentary panel has paved the way for registering marriages between members of the country's religious minority.
Will Sena burn effigy of The Independent?: Twitter ponders UK daily's decision to revert to 'Bombay'
Paper's editor believes using old name is a way to fight 'Hindu nationalists'.
Half full, half empty: 10 years of NREGA
The world’s largest anti-poverty public works hasn't reached its full potential yet.
ACT OF PROTEST
Meet the three students from Lucknow's Ambedkar University who forced PM Modi to react to Rohith Vemula's suicide
Watch Sri Lanka's fiery unknown pacers destroy India's famed batting lineup
THE FUTURE IS HERE
Move over 3D printing, here's a shapeshifting 4D printed flower
Watch Sheetal Sathe sing for Rohith while her jailed husband and troupe members await trial for being 'Naxalites'
Watch the world's oldest powerlifter lift a weight of 130 kg at 92, and he's only 93 now
A query for Rahul Pandita: Why are you ignoring the existence of a Kashmiri brotherhood?
A selection of readers' opinions on the piece debunking a story of solidarity involving a Kashmiri Pandit's last rites.
Editors Guild condemns attack on Scroll.in contributor, human rights groups call for probe
Chhattisgarh police finally file an FIR in the incident.
After decades spent vilifying Ambedkar, why are the BJP and Congress so keen to claim his legacy?
Mahatma Gandhi was wary of the Dalit leader, while Vallabhbhai Patel disliked his politics.
(Not) coming soon: the Donald Trump biopic
A gush of poetry and paeans in documentary on Malayalam writer Attoor Ravi Varma
From the Kapoors to the Puris, the famous residents of Mumbai’s ‘Hollywood Lane’
Trailer talk: ‘Fitoor, ‘Deadpool’ and ‘How to be Single’
ON THE ACTOR'S TRAIL
Who is Rebel Wilson and why is she so funny?
Why India’s GDP numbers need to be taken with a generous helping of salt
Not everyone is convinced of the government's claim that the economy grew at 7.3% during the third quarter (October-December) of fiscal 2016.
This hilarious illustration is the Ravi Shastri of journalism cliches
Don't mention the elephant.
What explains the astonishingly high number of accredited journalists in Andhra Pradesh?
The state has given official recognition to more than 15,000 journalists, allowing them to get subsidised transport and healthcare.
At Mumbai's gay pride march, parents come out to support their queer children
A bridge between India and Nepal has been occupied by protesters for four months
In Mumbai's Dharavi, Pongal is the occasion for a massive street party
In Maharashtra, a high security prison for genetically modified mosquitoes
In Rajasthan, college graduates show up for skill training meant for school educated