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The Long Walk to Kartarpur

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

“Give me a chance”, Rashid Engineer begged his interrogators

Former J&K MLA arrested by NIA in terror-funding case even asked a top army commander for help

Death threats, beating trigger mass exodus of migrants from Kashmir

It is the third day in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, and thousands of migrant labourers from Bihar are fleeing the Valley after facing threats from local Kashmiris

Khap Panchayat: What’s in a Surname?

A khap panchayat in Haryana fights the stigma of caste

The Monsoon Mantra

Welcoming the first rains in Chennai with a tribe of weathermen who have witnessed two man-made catastrophes in the past four years: the floods of 2015 and the water crisis that shut down parts of the city last month

Sri Lanka: The Hunt Widens

As Sri Lankan investigators unpeel layers of Islamist radicalisation unleashed by one man, Mohammad Zahran Hashim, V Shoba follows the terror trail on an Island still reeling from the Easter Sunday attacks

How the Gupta Brothers Bought a Country

Novelist Karan Mahajan chronicles the rise and fall of three small-time traders from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh who went on to become the de facto rulers of South Africa

1984 Sikh Pogrom: The First Day of November

Revisiting old wounds in Kanpur of the 1984 Sikh Pogrom as the UP government constitutes a special team for reinvestigation

 

A View from the Wild East

From Varanasi to Gorakhpur, from Modi's constituency to Yogi's fief, the combined might of SP and BSP and the charisma of Priyanka Gandhi hope to make a dent in the BJP bastion. Ullekh NP travels through a volatile stretch of Indian politics

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