The Jaishankar Doctrine

Siddharth Singh

Rethinking India’s engagement with its enemies and friends

Father and Son

A searing look at generational conflict and conservatism

The Drawing Room Writer

Diksha Basu’s new novel is irreverent and glamorous. She tells Urvashi Bahuguna there is more to literature than tortured stories

Ode to Nature

A journey across Asia’s most beautiful wildernesses

The Dalit Who Got Out

Bhanwar Meghwanshi tells Bhavya Dore how he has become a non-Hindu

An Equal Life

A manifesto for greater gender equality

In Praise of Company Artists

Of Masters lost in transition

As Amma Lay Dying

Jayalalithaa was imperious even in her final hours

Palm tree Tappers to Sickle Makers

A chronicle of ten occupations in Tamil Nadu that are struggling to survive

An Inclusive Ascent

Unlike the US and China, India is likely to emerge as the world’s first development superpower


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