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Cover Story | Cover Story

Who is an Indian?

Siddharth Singh

The amended citizenship law clears the path to the naturalisation of persecuted minorities in India’s neighbourhood even as misplaced alarmism portrays it as anti-Muslim

Essays | Open Essay

The Parable of a Mughal Prince

Supriya Gandhi

What the story of Dara Shukoh says about our desire for kingship

The Parable of a Mughal Prince

Books | Essay

Vivekananda: The Double Helix

Makarand R Paranjape

No one else combined the inter-faith and the science-religion dialogues as Vivekananda did

Vivekananda: The Double Helix
A History of Forking Paths

Columns | Touchstone

A History of Forking Paths

Keerthik Sasidharan

The countdown to the post-post-World War II age has begun

society | Attack on Women

Beyond the Scapegoat

Nandini Nair

Why are crimes against women being avenged by vigilantism and blood thirst?

Not In My Name

society | Attack on Women: A View from Pakistan

Not In My Name
Mehr Tarar

Vigilantism is not a substitute for justice

She and the City

society | Attack on Women: Dispatch

She and the City
V Shoba

The alleged encounter killing of the four accused in the rape and murder of a veterinarian in Hyderabad may have made heroes of the police. But at the same time, officers in plainclothes are making the city safer for women

Saving Sanskrit

Features | Education

Saving Sanskrit
Nikita Doval

Only serious scholarship can redeem the classical language

VK Krishna Menon: The Man Behind the Mystique

Books | Books

VK Krishna Menon: The Man Behind the Mystique

Ullekh NP

Jairam Ramesh casts a new light on VK Krishna Menon

The Welfare of Farewells

Features | Business

The Welfare of Farewells

Moinak Mitra

Companies are helping laid-off employees find new jobs

Ganesh Haloi: ‘Painting starts from an understanding and ends in wonder’

Art & Culture | Art: Inside the Studio

Ganesh Haloi: ‘Painting starts from an understanding and ends in wonder’

Rosalyn D’Mello

The colour magnetism of Ganesh Haloi’s canvas

Bhaskar Hazarika: The Hunger Games

Cinema | Cinema

Bhaskar Hazarika: The Hunger Games

Palash Krishna Mehrotra

In the sleeper hit indie film Aamis, members of a club catch and cook their own fresh meat. The director Bhaskar Hazarika tells Palash Krishna Mehrotra how he got the elements of love and horror just right

City and Village

Books | Books

City and Village

Palash Krishna Mehrotra

Short stories where the believable and unbelievable co-exist

Prabuddha Dasgupta: The Literary Photographer

Columns | Eye Witness

Prabuddha Dasgupta: The Literary Photographer

Somak Ghoshal

Prabuddha Dasgupta compresses entire stories into his frames

Man with the Moves

Books | Books

Man with the Moves

T Valsala Menon

In his recent memoir, grandmaster Viswanathan Anand shares life lessons he has learned from the chessboard

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