How Sabarimala Changed Kerala’s Politics

Ullekh NP

The Left Government has learnt its lesson, but the state has lost its outlier status

The Compassion of Abdul Jabbar

He was the foremost crusader for the cause of the survivors of the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy

Botched Prosecutions

A judgment for acquittal in the death of two Dalit sisters in Kerala highlights the state’s refusal to acknowledge its child abuse problem

The Long Walk to Kartarpur

The corridor of the faithful across the border kindles economic and political hopes

It’s the Regulator, Stupid!

Prescriptions for easy business

Lives and Deaths in Tihar

It’s India’s most fabled jail that housed the notorious and the respectable, and where some prisoners were more equal than others and some executions were stranger than what was reported. Startling revelations of a man who witnessed their lives and last moments

India’s Trade Tangle

It was probably not a bad idea for India not to join the RCEP

The Pegasus Files

The Israeli company NSO’s spyware is in the news in India for all the wrong reasons

Colonial Power

There is a political consensus on the proposed regularisation of Delhi’s unauthorised colonies. Amita Shah visits some to find out why

The Cult of Kalki Bhagavan

He claims to be an incarnation of Vishnu—and even his own family as minor gods in his pantheon


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