Makarand R Paranjape is professor of English at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Views are personal.
The seclusion of a great leader is the inevitable outcome of the sensitivity of his office
Institutional restoration is the only answer
The metaphysical boldness of Raja Rao’s portrait of the Mahatma
The rebuilding of the Ram temple is the triumph of resacralisation
A smuggling scam reveals why India needs to liberalise gold trading
What unites Mother India’s Birju and Vikas Dubey
There is much to gain by declassifying the report on the 1962 war
Bibek Debroy has made a piece of our cultural heritage accessible
Will the Covid-19 migrant misery bring back the working-class hero?
Whom will the law protect—truth tellers or offence takers?
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