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Shikara: The Struggle Against Forgetting

Rahul Pandita

Thirty years after the forced exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, a feature film brings out the tragedy of a community India did not care for. The apathy persists. Deputy Editor Rahul Pandita, who co-wrote the film Shikara, recounts what it means to be a Kashmiri Pandit

Essays | Open Essay

CAA: A Moral Amendment

Sunanda K Datta-Ray

The CAA is the only hope of survival that the 17 million Hindus still left in Bangladesh can clutch at

CAA: A Moral Amendment

Columns | Soft Power

JNU: End of the Romance

Makarand R Paranjape

JNU brings out the redundancy of the campus Left

JNU: End of the Romance
The Great American Show Trial

Columns | Letter from Washington

The Great American Show Trial
James Astill

Republicans close ranks behind their rule-breaker-in-chief. Donald Trump may be stigmatised by impeachment but it’s unlikely to deny him a second term

Azadi in a Park

Politics

Azaadi in a Park
Siddharth Singh

Why the political class has distanced itself from Shaheen Bagh

A Class Apart

Columns | Touchstone

A Class Apart
Keerthik Sasidharan

The future of India too will be written by its middle class

The Sword of Nehru

Books

The Sword of Nehru

Zareer Masani

Are we still paying for the sins of the first secular, socialist Prime Minister?

Jitish Kallat: The Space Traveller

Art & Culture | Art

Jitish Kallat: The Space Traveller

Rosalyn D’Mello

Jitish Kallat’s new exhibition plays with our conception of otherness. He tells Rosalyn D’Mello about his obsession with the cosmos, cartography and philosophical enquiry

Some really big force has guided my life, says Anthony Hopkins

Cinema | Hollywood Reporter

Some really big force has guided my life, says Anthony Hopkins

Noel de Souza

Anthony Hopkins in conversation with Noel de Souza

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