Reimagining Azamgarh

Kumar Anshuman

Ahead of the UP elections, Azamgarh gets a makeover but social change is a far cry

The Triple Talaq Blowback

Obscurantist clerics mount a campaign against recent moves to reform the Muslim Personal Law

Crisis in the Cathedral

The Roman Catholic Church in India is waking up to a major issue—a shortage of priests

Anurag Kashyap: ‘Pahlaj Nihalani Has United Everyone’

The Udta Punjab filmmaker speaks about taking on Pahlaj Nihalani and how reality makes its way into his work

Mathura Violence: Bose Speakers

Ram Briksh Yadav of Mathura wasn’t the first leader of a cult to exploit Subhas Chandra Bose’s appeal for sectarian ends

Cyber Bullies

The new adolescent terror in India and how to stop it

An Untimely Botch Up in Jisha case?

Post mortem of raped and murdered Dalit woman in Kerala puts a big question mark on time of death that the police had estimated

Assam 2012: The Story of a Riot

When the blood dried in the leafy remoteness of the Northeast, the truth remained as elusive as the perpetrators. An investigation of the ethnic eruption in Assam 2012

Pinarayi Vijayan: The McMarxist From Malabar

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan of Kerala, a communist feared as well as admired, is a market-friendly pragmatist in power

Subhas and Sarat: Bose & Bose

The personal and political struggles of a family whose legends still haunt India


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