The Limits of Moral Imperialism

Rahul Shivshankar

The Anglo-elite’s attitude towards an emerging superpower like India reeks of hypocrisy

An Indian inside the American Dream

Vivek Ramaswamy’s bid for the White House is bold and refreshing

The Noisy Indian

An ear for an ear in a decibel-mad country

A Solution for No Problem

Population as a reason for India’s backwardness is a perpetual bugbear

Taliban can’t ensure security to Indians keen on resuming Afghan projects: Christine Fair

C. Christine Fair, Professor Security Studies at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, in conversation with Ullekh NP

A View from the Elite Ghettos

The loneliness of the Indian foreign correspondent

‘This white metal box is my home. And it will be my coffin, too’

He migrated to Oman, struggled as an undocumented worker for twenty-two years and returned to a family that did not want him

A Portrait of the Indian

A new survey reveals a deeply conservative country

Indian heart patients die 10 years earlier than those in the West, says study

A pioneering study of heart patients funded by ICMR envisages reducing the country’s disease burden

Stranded Nephew, Grounded Uncle: Two Indians in Covid-Hit Germany

One of them is sleepless in a Hamburg hotel and the other restless in a Berlin apartment


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