A Taste for the Twisted

Kaveree Bamzai

True-crime documentaries and films come of age in India

Navjot Singh Sidhu: A Bad Joke

Sentenced by the court in a 1988 case of road rage and accused by colleagues of not being a team player, Navjot Singh Sidhu faces the biggest test of his career

‘Indo-Israel ties are expected to grow faster than ever before,’ says Naor Gilon

Naor Gilon, Israel’s new ambassador to India, in conversation with Ullekh NP

Three Cheers for the Quad

Perhaps the most underplayed agreement in Tokyo is the Indo-Pacific Partnership for Maritime Domain Awareness (IPMDA)

Yasin Malik: The Conspirator

His conviction in a terror-funding case could be the beginning of the long shadow of retribution

“I Am Not a Musician. I Am Only a Medium”

Shiv Kumar Sharma was a friend, philosopher and guide. A personal tribute by Vikram Zutshi

AG Perarivalan: A Free Man

Three decades after his conviction for Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, he was released thanks to the efforts of his mother

Steven Pinker criticises the Pope over comments on NATO

The Harvard academic adds that India’s future will depend on the strength of its multi-ethnic character

A Return to 1857

The remains of a massacred battalion of mutinying Indian soldiers raise new questions about how the uprising is remembered

The Illusion of the Olive Branch

Is there any possibility of peace with the Maoists?


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