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Sujatha Gidla: Identity Crisis

Rohini Mohan

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

Open Diary

A visit to the UN, the Oxbridge and the EU dilemma

My Encounter with a Blue Whale

It turns to present its flank towards the boat and a fine spray mists the horizon

An American Disorder

Five scenarios in case of a Trump trainwreck

The Next Surge

A fine balance between creativity and caution

The Other War

When will world leaders act with alacrity in the battle against global warming?

Flight to Capital

Being rich in India in the age of Thomas Piketty

Donald Trump, From A to Z

An alphabetical portrait of the frontrunner in the race for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination

It can only happen in America and India, says Obama

Obama equaled himself with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying it can only happen in America and India where a cook’s grandson can become a President and a tea seller can become a Prime Minister

Big Dreams in an Impossible Job

Can Ashraf Ghani save Afghanistan? The new President in conversation with James Astill

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