Columns | Locomotif

The Toolkit of Dissent

S Prasannarajan

Righteous and unforgiving, the dissident is the new ideologue

Modi In the Marketplace

PR Ramesh and Siddharth Singh

On February 10th, when Narendra Modi, in a first for an Indian Prime Minister, defended the private sector in parliament, it signalled the country’s readiness to embrace its wealth creators, ending a prolonged injustice

Modi In the Marketplace

Essays | Open Essay

The Great Betrayal

Abdul Ghaffar Khan

We did not abandon the Congress, they abandoned us

Features | Dispatch

Across the Fence

Rahul Pandita

Tunnels and drones from Pakistan along the international border in Jammu pose a new challenge to India’s security


A Vice-President’s Reflections

Mani Shankar Aiyar

An account of a proud Indian Muslim who occupied the highest offices

Rage and Reality

Columns | Opinion

Fixing the Narrative
Minhaz Merchant

The cost of the failure to articulate the truth on farm laws

The Surprise Successor?

Features | Politics: Karnataka

The Surprise Successor?
V Shoba

BY Vijayendra, BS Yediyurappa’s son and the architect of unlikely bypoll victories, bides his time

Magic Mountains

Columns | The Rachel Papers

Magic Mountains
Rachel Dwyer

Hindi films and the eternal romance of snow

Bhuri Bai: The Arc of Living

Art & Culture

Bhuri Bai: The Arc of Living

Rosalyn D’Mello

The natural experimentations of Bhuri Bai

Delhi Noir


Delhi Noir

Sanjay Sipahimalani

Mirza Ghalib is a detective in this historical novel by Raza Mir

The Spice Route

Columns | A Moveable Feast

The Spice Route

Shylashri Shankar

What makes you enjoy your green chilli so much


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