Delhi’s Dhaka Dilemma

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Should South Block be alarmed at Bangladesh’s increasing closeness to China?

The Scent of India

Smelling my way through a cultural maze

The End of Emotionalism

Development is the only alternative

A White Elephant by the Ganges: A Russian bard’s fantasies about India

Vladimir Vysotsky, one of Russia’s most beloved 20th century poets, was fascinated with the India of his imagination, and wrote and sang a few timeless classics about the country in the 1970s

A Brief History of Wokeism

From a word used to denote awakening against racism, it morphed into an extremist ideology of justice against all majority oppressions, intermittently tasting power in the real world

Is the manufacturing tide shifting away from China?

India can capitalise with focused and forward-looking policy initiatives

Patriots Against the Virus

A global plague, political epidemiology and national histories

An Outsider’s Gaze

A contemporary ethnographic work on isolated tribes that trespasses too often

Between Lives and Livelihoods

The former had to be given priority


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