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Essay

Modi’s Appeal Is Intact

Swapan Dasgupta

And it’s unlikely that he will allow himself to be constrained by coalition pressures

The Persistence of an Idea Called Modi

In ten years he has doubled and trebled the pride in being Indian

The Toxic Nexus

Joe Biden’s blunder fosters a China-Russia friendship and an American nightmare

The Theology of Liberation

Freedom and fearlessness in the time of disruptions

In Praise of the Provincial

Why those from small towns, whether it is William Shakespeare or DH Lawrence, are the equal of their more urban peers

The Terror of Writing on Terror

The trials of collecting material on the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba

Minority Report: How Muslim’s Fare in Modi’s India

Muslims in Modi’s India are doing better than Blacks in the US

Delusions of the West

The limits of reason and the politics of domination

Who Can Stop the Trump Juggernaut?

The former president has swept aside his Republican rivals and has the White House in his sights

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