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Tunku Varadarajan

Tunku Varadarajan is Executive Editor at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution

Tunku Varadarajan in conversation with Vijay Seshadri, poet
Columns
Open Conversation with Vijay Seshadri, Poet

‘If you want to look at Modi in a historical context, you would say, ‘Well, you can trace him all the way back to the Tulsi Ramayana,’ says Vijay Seshadri

01 November 2019
Lawrence Osborne
Travel Issue 2018
Lawrence Osborne: ‘Sensuality drives everything in travel’

Novelist and traveller Lawrence Osborne on the art of seeing and writing

03 May 2018
No Ball
Cricket
No Ball

Rajdeep Sardesai’s cheering thesis is spoiled thoroughly in the execution

25 October 2017
Wendy Doniger
Open Conversation
Wendy Doniger: ‘I love the Hindu storytelling tradition’

Wendy Doniger in Open Conversation with Tunku Varadarajan

13 September 2017
Melania and Donald Trump host Narendra Modi in the Oval Office on June 26th
Cover Stories
Modi and Trump: Strongmen at Work

Modi and Trump pursue the art of the deal

29 June 2017
Sir Harold Evans
Open Conversation
Sir Harold Evans: ‘The decline of the printed newspaper is a great loss for English’

Former editor of The Sunday Times and author of, most recently, Do I Make Myself Clear?: Why Writing Well Matters

14 June 2017
Francis Fukuyama
Cover Stories
Modi is Pretty Impressive, says Francis Fukuyama

One of the world's most influential public intellectuals discusses the state of the world with Open

25 May 2017
Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Essay
The Ideological Threat of Islam

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Islam’s most daring heretic, argues for a war on Islamist missionaries

13 April 2017

Authors

Mehr Tarar

Mehr Tarar is a well-known Pakistani columnist and author

Nanditha Krishna

Nanditha Krishna is a historian, author and environmentalist, and director of the CPR Institute of Indological Research in Chennai

Makarand R Paranjape

Makarand R Paranjape, director, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, is the author of the forthcoming book Swami Vivekananda: Hinduism and India’s Road to Modernity. Views are personal

Sumantra Bose

Sumantra Bose is Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His next book, Secular States, Religious Politics: India, Turkey, and the Future of Secularism, will be published in early 2018 by Cambridge University Press

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