A Bridge across Rivers

Prathap Nair

Love and war in Portugal and India in the 16th century

‘I am ashamed of being part of Russian society that nurtured Putin’

Noted Russian author Alisa Ganieva, who has been translated into multiple languages, including Indian ones, on the war on Ukraine

Putin’s Imperium of the Mind

A pumped-up imperialist can invade Ukraine because today’s world is led by lesser leaders who are tentative about freedom

Journalists as Targets in the Time of War

The death of Hem Chandra Pandey, who was killed along with Maoist leader Azad , worries his colleagues and activists no end.

Confessions of a War Photojournalist

“There is intense rivalry among photographers and getting the better picture faster than the guy next to you is important”

The Real Trickle-Down Effect

The State’s war against the Naxalites boils down to just this: the poor fighting the poorer.

India’s Ragtag Army

It is low on money, officers, equipment and strategic vision. It just does not seem to have what it takes to fight a war—and win.

Of Wars and Demons

Indian forces are ready for a big offensive against Naxal insurgents in Dandakaranya and elsewhere. Let’s be clear, India will be at war

In Black, Red and Green

The war-torn nation’s hopes, fears and nightmares before a national election


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