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Field Marshall KM Cariappa: Coffee with the Commander

Sunanda Jain

In a tribute to Field Marshall KM Cariappa, who was born 117 years ago on this day, an army wife recalls her first coffee and conversation with the Indian Army’s first and last Commander-in-Chief

Tibetans in Nepal Struggle for Donations After Quake

Since 1989, the Nepalese government has not recognised Tibetans as refugees

Atmospheric Embroidery

A preview of poet Meena Alexander’s new collection of poetry, out this June

Third Sex, First Voice

How Laxminarayan Tripathi, born as a man in a high-caste Brahmin household, became Laxmi, India’s most vocal and celebrated hijra

It’s raining resignations in Congress

The good thing for the Congress is that they don't need to find a reason for the defeat

The Magic Broom

To create a Swacch Bharat, you need a broom, say the people of Delhi. What is the appeal of the broom about?

Sweep! It’s AAP all the way

AAP chief ministerial candidate Arvind Kejriwal is likely to take oath on 14 February - exactly one year after he resigned as the Delhi chief minister

Still Too Close to Call

Delhi’s electoral battle of haves versus have-nots holds us all in suspense

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


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