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Indian Election: A Limited Thriller

The world is watching the Indian election. Sort of

Back to the Barracks

The army should return to where it belongs for the sake of Pakistan

The Money Trap

Why Google and Facebook invite being arm-twisted by governments the world over

Waiting for the Karmapa

The second-most important Tibetan spiritual leader went to the US last year. Will he ever return to India?

Blowing in the Wind

India gets caught in Trump’s trade war—and there’s a price to pay

Dead Man Walking

From bell to bell, the fight lasted a total of three minutes, a minute-and-a-half shorter than his entrance. Even those three minutes felt like a stretch

Advantage India

It’s now Delhi’s moment to move past a fading US and a belligerent China for a leading global role

Aligned but not Allied

India’s foreign policy has changed from a moralist stance to a more pragmatic one

Sujatha Gidla: Identity Crisis

Sujatha Gidla is a subway conductor in New York with an Indian backstory of caste and isolation, now captured in a critically acclaimed memoir

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