Virendra Kapoor

Law officers of the central government, the cleanest PMO and the pull of black money

Erdoğan: The Half President

A dictatorship is taking shape on the Bosphorus. Anchal Vohra in Istanbul captures the fears and anxieties of post-referendum Turkey

The Angry Fabulist

In Prayaag Akbar’s first novel, a mother’s search for her daughter becomes a searing argument against power. The writer in conversation with Bhavya Dore

Reborn in Trans-Beauty Salon

Transgenders break new ground in Chhattisgarh in a state government initiative

Democracy on the Edge

It’s not just another form of government, it’s a social project

What’s Wrong With Democracy

Will the rule of knowers save the world?

Darkness at Noon

When the state and individuals failed freedom

Krishna Gopal: Heartland Whizz

Though he keeps a low profile, his is a voice taken very seriously by the Central Government

Train to the Future

In Sasaram, Bihar, hundreds of students band together to nurture their dream of cracking government entrance examinations—on a railway platform


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