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Conflict and Concord

Despatches from a fractured land
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Special

How India Became British India

The Battle of Plassey contributed to the making and unmaking of empires
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The World Is What it Is

Economy and the environment, gender and justice—the big questions of the day
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Books

Bengali Exceptionalism

What’s it that makes the Bengalis Bengali?

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India

The Day ‘Caman-do’ Took Away a Little Girl

In Manipur, the police and Assam Rifles took an 11-year-old into custody to pressure her parents, suspected separatists, to surrender
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Voices

The Usual Suspects and Then Some

The Indian Penal Code’s provisions on sedition apply to Arundhati Roy no more than they do to those who perpetuate bad governance.
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Voices

In Auto-denial Mode

Denial continues to be a disease. Cornered by outraged public opinion, the Government and public officials are playing ostrich
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India

India’s Demographic Tsunami

A think tank report warns that India is poised on the brink of anarchy, that we could hurtle very fast into an ungovernable mess. Worst case scenario? But highly plausible. The signs are all around us.
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True Life

Zen by the Mandovi

One Goa port-soaked afternoon, I signed up for karate lessons and my daughter sniggered. A year later, as I scales walls Crouching Tiger style to save stranded cats, I’m the ‘cool’ dad.
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World

The Maoist Mood

So long as Nepal cannot attain political stability without them, the landlocked country’s Maoists have the strongest hand to play. What might Prachanda’s next move look like?