The Angry Maratha

Lhendup G Bhutia

How the silent march for reservations has become a violent protest

Gour Hari Das: The Second Struggle

As a teenager, Gour Hari Das went to jail for the freedom movement, and then as an old man, spent 32 years trying to get the government to recognise his contribution

Bitter Sugar

A crisis of oversupply has resulted in Rs 23,000 crore arrears owed to sugarcane farmers, a powerful political constituency that could make its discontent felt in next year’s General Election

In God We Mistrust

The Marathwada region of Maharashtra is buffeted by a new wave of Islamist radicalisation, Ullekh NP reports from Aurangabad and Beed

The Marathi Wave

India’s oldest film industry basks in critical acclaim and newfound power

Woven in Time

On a magic carpet with Ritu Kumar

The Spiritual Flaw

No one cares for Anna Hazare’s fast anymore

Mumbai Notebook

The callous response to a farmers' march and the ifs and buts of Hillary's loss

The New Panthers

Will the BJP succeed in containing Jignesh Mevani’s aggressive Dalit identity politics?


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