Features | Dispatch

Refugee Alert

Rajeev Bhattacharyya Rajeev Bhattacharyya

As more Rohingya Christians find shelter in India, there is a growing danger of militants sneaking in disguised as members of the community

Columns | London Journal

The Cult of Martin Amis and the Anxieties of Nat Cons

S Prasannarajan

Cover Story | Caste Census

A Whiff of Mandal

PR Ramesh

The Opposition’s demand for a caste-based census is a desperate gambit to splinter Modi’s Hindu constituency

A Brief Note

Features | Economy

₹2000: A Brief Note

Siddharth Singh

The withdrawal of the ₹2000 note is unlikely to have a negative impact on the economy but it will certainly check corruption

The World Comes to the Valley

Features | Diplomacy

The World Comes to the Valley

Rajeev Deshpande

A major international event like the G20 meeting in Srinagar showcases Kashmir’s changing reality and acts as a diplomatic snub to Pakistan

Can Ron DeSantis stop Donald Trump?

Essays | Open Essay

Can Ron DeSantis stop Donald Trump?
James Astill

The Republican race

The Problem of Plenty

Politics | 2024: The Countdown

The Problem of Plenty
V Shoba

With too many commitments and contenders, Karnataka’s Congress government has to get its balancing act right

Features | Climate

Waiting For El Niño
Madhavankutty Pillai

India’s run of good monsoons is possibly ending because of a weather phenomenon at the other end of the planet


What’s in a Name?

Madhulika Liddle

Identities are interchangeable in Malayalam author Benyamin’s new short stories


On the Edge

Kaveree Bamzai

India returns to the 76th Cannes Film Festival, with its films, not merely fashion

Jewels in the Crown

Columns | The Rachel Papers

Jewels in the Crown

Rachel Dwyer

India’s long tryst with gemmology still fascinates the West


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