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Paris

Mumbai Notebook

Anil Dharker

The sound of music by the bay

Fire and Earth

Nalini Malani and Jayashree Chakravarty go to Paris, heralding the international triumph of Indian women artists

Lecoanet Hemant: A Class Apart

Women in their clothes exude cutting-edge sophistication. The beautiful partnership of Lecoanet Hemant (Photos: Rohit Chawla)

The Irony of This War

Despite Obama’s strong words, the West is still groping for a response to Islamic State

What France Can Learn from Italy

The Italians take action the moment the very first indication of terror comes in

BE WORRIED, VERY WORRIED

A section of the political class may not accept it but mounting radical resentment within the Indian Muslim community is a reality

JIHAD AFTER PARIS

The lone wolf has internalised the imperium, and when he pulls the trigger, or draws out the knife, or faces his executioner with the greatness of his god on his lips, he becomes a voluntary slave at this century’s most ambitious construction site of religion. The lone wolf has never been alone

BEWARE THE HATE WAVE

The online responses of Indian Muslims to the Paris massacre should serve as a wake-up call

SOMETHING TERRIBLE IS BORN

And an unmistakable message from the deep recesses of French history

Je Suis Charlie

Salute Charlie Hebdo, the magazine that refused to be on its knees before a god who is afraid of cartoons

 

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