Why Dhaka is Upset with Delhi

Syed Badrul Ahsan

India's Citizenship Amendment Act has pushed Bangladesh into a difficult position by bracketing it with Pakistan

To Benares, My Love

Nothing in the city is easy, nor can anything be taken for granted

Cultivating Constitutional Morality

As the Constitution turns 70, its spirit needs to be guarded not only by parliamentarians but also by the people with utmost sacredness

The Historian’s Eye

Tracing the footprints of Anarchy from Shah Alam’s Delhi to the Company’s Calcutta with a camera phone. Text and Photographs by William Dalrymple

Imran Khan’s Choice

Pakistan's Prime Minister puts the spotlight on contentious issues in South Asia

Like Father, Like Son

Abhijit Banerjee, like Dipak Banerjee, embodies the spirit of the Bengal renaissance

The Closing of the Muslim Mind

The shrinking liberal core of Indian Islam

King and the Mahatma

Gandhi in African American eyes

Kashmir: The End of Victimhood Politics

Article 370: Chronicle of a death foretold

Gentle On My Curves

Among the many Englishes


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