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Columns | Locomotif

Radicalisation of the Liberal

S Prasannarajan

They want the homogenisation of the mind to preserve the new doctrine of social justice

Essays | Open Essay

Anyone for the Chinese Ganesha?

Sunanda K Datta-Ray

The struggle is less against those who threaten a rock here and a waterfall there than with those who threaten the idea of India

Anyone for the Chinese Ganesha?

Columns | Guest Column

The Dalai Lama at 85

Ram Madhav

The many hurdles that His Holiness overcame to make India his home

A Biography of Nepotism: Old Habits Die Hard

Cover Story | Essay

A Biography of Nepotism

Madhavankutty Pillai

Old habits die hard

The Triumph and Trial of Karan Johar

Cover Story

The Triumph and Trial of Karan Johar

Kaveree Bamzai

Bollywood’s ultimate insider finds himself cast as the fall guy in the drama around Sushant Singh Rajput’s death

Bikes and Vitamins

Features | Corona Chronicles: Society

Bikes and Vitamins
Rahul Pandita

Our changed lives at the peak of the pandemic

The Fraying of America

Columns | Touchstone

The Fraying of America
Keerthik Sasidharan

The Covid crisis brings back an old battle over the powers of the state

Revisiting the Pandavas

Columns | Indian Accents

Revisiting the Pandavas
Bibek Debroy

The Mahabharata gives a dharmic reinterpretation of misfortune

The Politics of Healing

Features | Corona Chronicles: Economy

The Politics of Healing

Siddharth Singh

The extension of free food for another five months promises to help not just poor labourers but industry and agriculture as well

A Mask for God

Columns | Whisperer

A Mask for God

Jayanta Ghosal

Yogi Adityanath got into an unexpected controversy when he offered a new mask to a deity

Are Indian Slaughter houses Safe?

Features | Corona Chronicles: Opinion

Are Indian Slaughter Houses Safe?

Nanditha Krishna

The rising number of Covid-19 cases in the meat industry worldwide raises concerns about potential pandemics

From the Frontline of Grief

Features | Dispatch

From the Frontline of Grief

Nikita Doval

For the families of men killed in action over the years, the bloody border clash between India and China has reignited painful memories

What’ in a Game?

Features | Gaming

What’ in a Game?

Lhendup G Bhutia

A subculture around PUBG mobile has been gaining momentum during the lockdown

‘India’s Response to China is Strategic, Focused on Economic Competition’

News Briefs | Interview: Bruno Maçães

‘India’s Response to China is Strategic, Focused on Economic Competition’

Ullekh NP

New Delhi must look for ways to acquire influence in areas where China is vulnerable, says Bruno Maçães

The Lady with a Knife

Cinema

The Lady with a Knife

Aditya Mani Jha

The unleashing of female vengeance in onscreen feminist rewritings of myths

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