A Class Apart

Keerthik Sasidharan

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

The Fear of Change

Rattled by Modi, we make too much noise about our lost little worlds

Like It or Not, Change Is Still Modi

When it begins to hurt, they are all socialists

The Triumph and Tragedy of Obama

It was Obama's Lax Americana at play


Change is more than an abstraction animated. It is a collection of synonyms for the next point in the grand ellipse of hope


S Prasannarajan • PR Ramesh • Ullekh NP • Madhavankutty Pillai • V Shoba • Lhendup G Bhutia • Chinki Sinha • Gunjeet Sra • Rajni George • Divya Unny

A Passage in Kolkata

Kolkata’s Park Street is the most iconic road in India. Bridging the gap between Warren Hastings and Buddhadeb, it is a celebration, and, alas, a tragedy.

Delhi in Doldrums

In artist Golak Khandual’s latest work, birds flee for their lives from ugly Delhi buildings. His visuals evoke a constant tussle between the city of old and the new

More Marxist Than Thou

If you think Prakash Karat would be lying low after his party’s recent rout, think again. He’s back at the helm with a grand plan for change

In Black, Red and Green

The war-torn nation’s hopes, fears and nightmares before a national election


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