Madhya Pradesh

An Imprisoned Mind

Vineetha Mokkil

A fractured memoir that is as much about madness as it is about writing

Maoists after Milind Teltumbde

The Maoist movement in its present form will be most likely over in the next few years. The geographical influence of Maoists has contracted to 41 districts from 96 about 10 years ago

Bhuri Bai: The Arc of Living

The natural experimentations of Bhuri Bai

Shivraj Singh Chouhan: The Common Touch

Behind his amiable personality is a sharp political mind that patiently waits for the right opportunity

The House of Scindia: The Family Reunion

The House of Scindia is now painted completely in saffron

Chronicle of an Exit Foretold

With Jyotiraditya Scindia's departure, the writing is on the wall for Kamal Nath's government

The Last Straw

The camels are vanishing from Rajasthan

Normative Journalism

On questioning the transfer of a white elephant and 20,000 phantom sweepers

Modi Versus Them

The Aesthetics of power

Kamal Nath: The Artful Doer

Nath was a political novice in the 80s when he rose to fame as a chum of Indira Gandhi’s younger son Sanjay. Slogans such as ‘Indira ke doh haath, Sanjay aur Kamal Nath’ date back to that time


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