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The Doctrine of Indifference

MJ Akbar MJ Akbar

Narendra Modi has formulated a cogent policy towards Pakistan: ignore the state and punish the rogue terrorist

Essays | Open Essay

The Rani of Jhansi’s Journey to Eternity through Art

Vinay Lal

Queen of freedom

The Rani of Jhansi’s Journey to Eternity through Art

Features | Politics

The Archipelago of Nationalism: What’s In a Name?

Rajeev Deshpande

A lot. Naming twenty-one Andaman islands after fallen war heroes is part of the Prime Minister’s project to bind the remote archipelago to a nationalist narrative

The Archipelago of Nationalism: What’s In a Name?
Sentiments of Worship

Columns | Indian Accents

Sentiments of Worship
Bibek Debroy

The many ways to invoke Shiva

A survey of Muslim women reveals the toll of polygamy and makes a case for making it illegal like Triple Talaq

Features | Society

A Continuing Indignity
Madhavankutty Pillai

A survey of Muslim women reveals the toll of polygamy and makes a case for making it illegal like triple talaq

A Postcard to the Future

Features | Reform

A Postcard to the Future
Rajeev Deshpande

From stamps promoting lesser-known historical figures to a plan to connect millet farmers and exporters, India Post is undergoing a bold makeover

Sea Power

Columns | Insider

Sea Power

Open

There is an urgent need to project power in the Indian Ocean to deter Chinese intrusions and safeguard sea lanes

Ramveer Tanwar: Eco Cleanser

Features | Profile

Ramveer Tanwar: Eco Cleanser

Amita Shah

How one man’s campaign to restore ponds is making a difference

Destination Bengaluru

Art & Culture

Destination Bengaluru

V Shoba

The Museum of Art and Photography, the new home for stories and experiences, will be a beacon for South Asian arts and culture

‘If we give nature a chance, it can and will recover,’ says Beatrice Forshall

Books | Interview

‘If we give nature a chance, it can and will recover,’ says Beatrice Forshall

Shaikh Ayaz

Beatrice Forshall’s engravings of the natural world revolve around the conservation of species. The artist-author in conversation with

The 16th Jaipur Literature Festival

Books

The Young and the Literate

Nandini Nair

The 16th Jaipur Literature Festival brought in A-list speakers and first-class listeners

People of India: The New Indian Politics In the 21st Century

Books

A Lexicon for New India

Ullekh NP

Deciphering the nature of the nation

Cinema Marte Dum Tak | Cast: Filmmakers Dilip Gulati, Kishan Shah, J Neelam, and Vinod Talwar | Director: Vasan Bala | Hindi | Prime Video

Columns | Streaming Smart

The Last Morning Show

Kaveree Bamzai

Cinema Marte Dum Tak | Jaanbaaz Hindustan Ke | Kaapa

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