The Pilgrim’s Progress

From the martyrdom of Thomas Becket to the holy relics of Hindi cinema

From Shiva’s Fire

The depth of devotion as seen through the sacred ash

Curzonian Foreign Policy

Curzon’s strategic vision is slowly finding a place in India’s foreign policy objectives

Brahmin Face

Prasada had been in touch with Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav, too, but ultimately decided to place his bet on BJP even though Akhilesh had offered the deputy chief ministership to him

Tom’s Magic Mountain

The world’s greatest living playwright’s tryst with Darjeeling

Pathogenic Empire

Soviet China can afford to defy the world even in its Chernobyl moment

What Makes Foreign Ministers Tick

From the long-serving Andrei Gromyko to the era-defining Henry Kissinger, it has been a job unlike any other

14 Days to the Darkest Phase of Indian Democracy

A peek into the crucial events from June 12 to June 26 of 1975, the day Emergency came into force

Wooing Her Back

Anupriya Patel of Apna Dal has suddenly become very important


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