India

The Jat Files

The BJP government’s reluctance to make the Prakash Singh committee report public reeks of a cover up
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Nehru Remembered

On his 52nd death anniversary,  we reproduce selections from our widely read cover ‘Nehru still batting after all these Years’ (November - December 2008), to mark Nehru’s contribution to Indian Independence, intellectual legacy and history

Summer sorties

Ratna Raman Delhi

Patnitop: Mountains, meadows and mutton

Relatively unknown compared to other tourist destinations, Patnitop is a hidden gem worth exploring
Rakesh Agarwal Patnitop 

Real Estate Act: Bringing transparency in an opaque sector

The Real Estate Act will bring much needed cheer to home buyers across the country
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

The Worst Job in the World

The latest Socio-Economic Caste Census data released in July last year reveals that 1.8 lakh households are engaged in manual scavenging across India. It’s time this statistic changed
Akshay Sharma Delhi 

Odd and Even: Then and Now

Viewpoint: When it comes to public spaces and the rights of citizens, Delhi could take a lesson from Paris
Rajendra Ravi Delhi 

Mahishasur’s Melancholy

Counterpoint: The bulldozing of alternative narratives will only reaffirm the new struggles, a new history crafted by the most marginalized
Vinod Kottayil Kalidasan Delhi

Time to Break the Collective Silence

The liberal section of the Muslim community is at the risk of being overshadowed by fundamentalists because of their silence on key issues
Parvin Sultana

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