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Planned Family Killings

The botched-up sterilisation camp held in Chhattisgarh that claimed the lives of 13 women reveals the price the marginalised pay under a flawed policy 
Lily Tekseng Delhi 

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Goodbye, Sindh; Hello, World

A Partition Diary

Jyoti Gulab Delhi 

Watch Your Tweet, Minister

Cyberspace has yielded a novel way for the citizenry to hold politicians accountable for their contradictory stances and failed promises
Shazia Nigar Delhi 

The Case for an Intelligible Agency

Why are Indian intelligence agencies allowed to run like a cabal, when their counterparts abroad follow the basic statutes for transparency?
Shazia Nigar Delhi 

India Yesterday, India Today

Gopalkrishna Gandhi speech on the occasion of the University of Edinburgh’s celebration of India Day

An Oasis of Serenity

India’s favourite cricket stadium evokes the grandest sentiments from players and spectators, but the lore of Eden Gardens goes back to the times of the English settlers
Partha Mukherjee Kolkata

Fear Haunts Sikhs in Pakistan

The business community is gripped with terror after the murder of three Sikh shopkeepers in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province
Arshad Yusufzai Karachi  

The Colour Red

Vishal Bhardwaj’s third instalment of his Shakespeare-influenced trilogy is a stunning cinematic story but suffers from hazy political vision
Sonali Ghosh Sen Kolkata 

Blundering Secret Agencies

The absolute opacity around India’s secret service and intelligence agencies has allowed for serious security lapses and a sinister misuse of power, sometimes at the cost of national security
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi 

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