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There’s life beyond Huntington

Sanjay Kapoor

From Kenya to Iraq to Peshawar — streams chilling coverage of hate-induced violence, death and mayhem.

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Rupee and the Hidden Hand

Sanjay Kapoor

There is more to it than merely depreciation of the Indian rupee
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

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The Right to Food

Sanjay Kapoor

I remember what food rations meant in the 1960s and ‘70s.

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Arab Spring’s Partisan Media

Sanjay Kapoor

The most willing recipients of such dubious videos were Al Jazeera, BBC and Al-Arabiya. Western print media too gave legitimacy to these events while deploying a manifestly sectarian prism
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‘Biggest Organized Gang of Criminals’

Sanjay Kapoor

There is so much fear and loathing for the police that it is difficult to say anything charitable about them.

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Oily Politics

Sanjay Kapoor

Big stories, ironically, do not show up on the front pages of newspapers. They are either tucked away in the inside pages or not given any space at all.

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Sahara’s learning curve with Pilot Baba

Sanjay Kapoor

Sahara revisited...

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Shahbag’s clarion call for Islam

Sanjay Kapoor

The Bangladesh upsurge is a watershed moment in the life of South Asian Islam which is accommodating, deeply secular and has enriched the culture of this region. Can Pakistan see a Shahbag?
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The empowered courtesans of old

Sanjay Kapoor

As a teenager in the Lucknow of the mid-’70s, I recall cycling once to the older part of the city famous for Awadhi cuisine and high culture.

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