He's promising voters protection from made-up threats instead of prosperity.
But courting war might be India's worst option in dealing with Pakistani-sponsored terrorism
The U.S.'s raid against Osama bin Laden set an example.
A ban on gay sex dated back to 1861, when India was ruled by the British.
He is cooking up a red scare to justify a crackdown on human rights activists
India is becoming one, big offense industry
Countries of origin are no measure of the quality of immigrants.
The slaying of Gauri Lankesh, an implacable foe of Hindu fanaticism, shows how much trouble India's liberal democracy is in.
Unanimous ruling protects bodily autonomy, could help decriminalize homosexuality
The loss of liberalism in America will be costly for persecuted minorities elsewhere.
America is losing its soft power to spread liberal values
Modi restores a command economy, ends liberalization.
The United Nations' public health agency achieves consensus through mass detentions and media censorship.
America may survive a Trump presidency. But will the rest of the world?
In the name of public health, Punjab treats vaped nicotine as an unapproved medicine.
If India's free market Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets away with his campus crackdown, it'll be bad for Pakistan
Why has Sunny Leone become a household name in chastity-worshiping India?
Sunny Leone has made a career out of sex and Modi out of his celibacy
Seventh Dispatch: U.S. reportedly threatens to walk out
Sixth Dispatch: The claim that pledges from 180 countries cover 95 percent of emissions is seriously misleading.
Naturally, the established doctors object.
Silicon Valley's shameless courting of Indian PM Modi has fed the flames of Hindu zealotry in India
India's upper-caste quota wars suggest that racial quotas for whites are not so far fetched
Only if India owes reparations to dalits for the caste system
Her fear-mongering won't produce the reformation she wants
But the director's pc plea that rape is a global problem trivializes the violence Indian women confront
Sex Workers From South Africa to India to Washington Demand Decriminalization on International Sex Workers' Rights Day 2015
"Only rights will stop the wrong."
The First Lady's love for fashion exposed Indians to a different conception of beauty
How it was a force for good against India's color prejudice
Looking at Freedom House's data from the perspective of individuals instead of states
He missed an important opportunity