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History

Still Waking Up To Kesari

The newspaper that Lokmanya Tilak edited is still brought out by his great-grandson. The struggle goes on

Bipin Chandra Pal: You Wanted Magic, I Tried to Give You Logic

In pursuit of a forgotten nationalist and fading memories of East Bengal

Doshipura: A Graveyard of Justice

What lies beneath the never-ending Shia-Sunni dispute in Doshipura

VO Chidambaram: The Romance of Resistance

Tracing the legacy of VO Chidambaram Pillai in Tuticorin

Ponduru: The Life Charkha

A village in Andhra Pradesh produces the most exquisite hand-spun khadi in India. Tradition demands a higher price from the spinners

The Last Remains of Khilafat

How a house and a committee in Mumbai continue to be testament to a hundred-year-old agitation

‘Savarkar escaped because nobody probed how Godse got an Italian revolver from a Gwalior dealer’

Tushar A. Gandhi, great-grandson of the Mahatma, backs Kamal Haasan's statement on Godse

The Unremembered War

World War I, which ended a hundred years ago, saw the participation of 1.5 million Indians who have been forgotten

Silence of the Scientists

A recently discovered letter by Galileo offers a clue to the tragic fate that befell the 16th century botanist Garcia d’Orta in Goa and reminds us of the value of freedom

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