Bilkis, of the indomitable spirit!

The landmark conviction of police officers and doctors in a sexual violence case sets a historic and glorious precedent
Gajanan Khergamker Delhi



The Tibet, India and China Triangular Tangle

As India enters a period when a great economic expansion is most possible, it would be unwise for it to get involved in an expensive and debilitating international rivalry
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 



Research takes backseat as UGC slashes Funds and Fellowships

The ever increasing budgetary cuts in higher education and research, and now the termination of fellowship for non-JRF scholars has once again dragged students to the point where confrontation is likely to dominate educational campuses nationally
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi 



The doctrine of Modi

In his ambitious but hagiographical book, Sreeram Chaulia attempts to delineate the vital parts of Narendra Modi’s foreign policy
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

What’s Left of the Left?

As socialism becomes a concept which is long dead and dusted from the stage of world politics, Marxists seek to reinvent and rebrand
Marc Saxer Delhi

About Delhi’s rich and famous set

A compelling novel that speaks up about the crassness that has tainted some of the capital’s best schools, and circles beyond 
Rupa Gulab Delhi