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AAP cannot have its cake and eat it too when it comes to the media
tamil nadu: j. jayalalitha
Amma’s acquital raises many red flags
Opinion
Nammage Yaake!
But what’s it to us? Karnataka waffles on stand in Amma case....
Imran Qureshi
1965 INDIA'S FORGOTTEN WAR
’65 the forgotten war
Is ’65 forgotten because it was a damp squib of a war?
Essay
Posterity might have neglected the Indo-Pak war of 1965. But it was significant, and must be...
View from Pakistan
Pakistan would never admit it, but its glorious war achieved precisely nothing
Timeline
Factoids from the 1965 Indo-Pak war.
Interview
Former CM of Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh on his experiences in the 1965 Indo-Pak war and...
A Journalist Remembers
Lal Bahadur Shastri’s wartime leadership united the entire country
Kashmir Valley
Kashmir was incensed with India, but wasn’t up for an armed rebellion
Battle of Khem Karan
Pakistan had the better tanks, but not the skill to man them well
Wartime Intelligence
After ’62 debacle, India’s intel agencies came of age in 1965 war
Role of the USSR
Cold War priorities led the USSR into a peacable equidistance
Interview
Gohar Ayub Khan, who was aide-de-camp to his father Ayub Khan, Pakistan’s first military ruler...
Western Faultlines
The US-UK’s disinterest in ‘intervening’ upended Pak gameplan
Legacy
LBS’s unique impress makes him tempting to appropriators
Citizen Eyewitnesses
Citizens from the border towns who lived through the 1965 war recount their experiences.
Cinema
Not many films have focused on the 1965 war. Upkar has more than made up for that lapse.
Web Extra
Even after 50 years, both India and Pakistan claim that they won the 1965 war.
Web Extra
Operation Gibraltar was nothing but an unprovoked external aggression by a professional army...
SOCIETY
health: fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia—a disease that interferes with neural transmission—is a debilitating mystery
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Mysterious Wrecker
The symptoms of Fibromyalgia may sound trivial but can become disabling.
Shashank Akerkar
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
It was more true, it smelled of authenticity. It was journalism that took news seriously.
Mind your body
Cultivated by local farmers, these are the fruits we should be promoting to ward off everything...
A random sample from the British newspapers
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
profile
Manish Mundra is the benefactor the film industry’s new talent so needs
Regulars
In no time, Kejriwal has shown that his party is cut from the same cloth of vengeance, doublespeak...
By Krishna Prasad
 
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Happenings
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
Movie Review
It’s about the chaos of relationships, yet about unruffled continuities.
10 Questions
The writer on winning the Commonwealth Short Story Prize
Outlook in retrospect.
Web Extra
Business in bitesizes
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View From Britain
To recognise that an animal has been sacrificed to serve our appetites, to observe the fact...
George Monbiot | Thu May 21, 2015
FOR THE RECORD
Herein lies the difference between UPA's crony capitalism and institutional destruction and...
Arun Jaitley | Wed May 20, 2015
Photo Feature
Following a tradition that started in 1862, a mesmerising flower show at the Royal Hospital...
Wed May 20, 2015
Impressions
Whatever happened to those 'objects' that populated our homes, loves, and lives?
Vatsala Mamgain | Wed May 20, 2015
For The Record
Jamia Teachers' Solidarity Association sees a pattern to encounter killings by the Special...
Jamia Teachers' Solidarity Association | Wed May 20, 2015
View From Israel
The main conclusion is that all our leaders during the Lebanon War II behaved with blatant...
Uri Avnery | Tue May 19, 2015
View From Britain
Eat, drink and be merry and if you're slim thank your guts!
Nabanita Sircar | Mon May 18, 2015
Opinion
Decoding the Modi economy one year down.
Mohit Satyanand | Mon May 18, 2015
State Snippets
In Telangana, Rahul Gandhi is being lambasted for allegedly using the platform of farmers'...
Madhavi Tata | Mon May 18, 2015
Opinion
Perhaps the court thinks if the photos will reduce, so will the ads, resulting in savings.
Aakar Patel | Sun May 17, 2015
Book Extract
For many businessmen, the driving force seems to be ego as much as political influence.
Nalin Mehta | Extracts from BEHIND A BILLION SCREENS: WHAT TELEVISION TELLS US ABOUT MODERN INDIA By Nalin Mehta | Sun May 17, 2015
Book Extract
Politicians, real estate, chit funds and large corporations now have deep stakes in the majority...
Nalin Mehta | Extracts from Behind A Billion Screens: What Television Tells Us About Modern India By Nalin Mehta | Sat May 16, 2015
Fractal Logic
As the song goes, "Know when to hold and know when to fold".
Devangshu Datta | Fri May 15, 2015
Photo Feature
Koovagam Festival in Tamil Nadu brings transgenders and homosexuals to a carnival where ancient...
Photos by Johan Sathyadas | Captions by Sudha G. Tilak | Thu May 14, 2015
Opinion
Pietersen may never have been the most popular of players in any dressing room but never ever...
Haresh Pandya | Thu May 14, 2015
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