A new turn in Amaravati

Amita Shah

Chandrababu Naidu’s arrest has put him back in the national spotlight

An Existential Threat

Udhayanidhi Stalin’s attack on Sanatana Dharma stems from a long tradition of anti-Brahminical Dravidian politics

Welfare Without Populism

The Modi government resists economic appeasement even as Opposition-ruled states revel in it

The Wages of Hate

Manipur is inching towards tentative normalcy after a bloody spell of ethnic rage. Lhendup G Bhutia travels across a scorched state still scattered with the dying embers of anger. A dispatch

Terms of Endearment

Modi’s India has become a bulwark of moderate and reformist Islam


A new name for the old wine in a new bottle

The Pawar Riddle

Supriya Sule’s unease with BJP is reflected in her apparently cordial relations with DMK’s Kanimozhi and SP’s Dimple Yadav

Pakistani army will in due course have a pact with Imran Khan: Christine Fair

The Pakistani armed forces will not want a coup as it will then be directly responsible for all the wrongdoing, notes the American military scholar

The Tree of Democracy

The banyan’s roots stretch back to the beginnings of India’s political life

The Dharmic Quotient

The trajectory of moral politics


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