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The Long Road to Justice

Thirty years after the killing of four Indian Air Force personnel in Kashmir in 1990,

The Cyanide Killings

Indian crime history hasn’t seen too many female serial killers. There were the siblings Renuka

An Unlikely Pair

THE RELEASE OF Canadian writer Margaret Atwood’s novel The Testaments, sequel to her classic The

Economics Nobel for Kolkata boy who is an alumnus of JNU, Presidency College

Indian-origin, Mumbai-born economist Abhijit Banerjee has won this year’s Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences

A Few Guns Short

AS CEREMONIES GO, the handing of the first Rafale combat aircraft to Defence Minister Rajnath

Olga Tokarczuk and Peter Handke: Flight Makers

After last year’s controversy, when no Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded, the Swedish Academy,

Breaking the Online Ceiling

Faheema Shirin, studying in the BA English course of Sree Narayana College in Chelanur, Kozhikode,

Squadron Leader Ravi Khanna’s name included in National War Memorial

The Indian Air Force has finally corrected its 30-year-old mistake and added the name of

A Resurrection of the Left?

When the result of the Pala by-election in Kerala was announced recently, it was as

Ashiq Ahmed Nengroo: The man behind Jaish’s revival in Kashmir

On September 12, a truck bearing number JK 13E-2000 passed through Batala in Punjab’s Gurdaspur

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