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Has the PM become a man caught in his own hype, wooing the world but quite losing the plot at home?
graphic detail
View in a nutshell of the shape of the economy and polity at the end of a year of Modi
Chai pe Charcha
In May 2014, the Indian voter bought into the dream Modi had woven skillfully for them. A year...
Chandigarh
Chai pe charcha on one year of the Narendra Modi government in India's wheat bowl.
Hyderabad
Scholars and professionals discuss the 'Hindutva' PM in one of Hyderabad's hippiest joints.
Srinagar
Voices from Kashmir on how Modi's pre-election secular image has taken a hammering.
Calcutta
Journalists and activists, during an adda session over chai, an age-old Calcutta tradition...
Kochi
Voices from Kerala express fears over the growing use of hate speech and the threat to individual...
mumbai
Mumbaikars discuss Modi's government of bans and the progressively going down happiness quotient.
AHMEDABAD
Voices in Ahmedabad discuss how Modi, despite posturing himself as a democrat, is not fond...
delhi
Leading experts on foreign policy in Delhi think Modi has brought in pragmatism and energy...
Lucknow
Chai pe charcha in Lucknow discusses Modi's foreign travels, his indifference to R&D and how...
chhattisgarh
Voices in rural Chhattisgarh feel that even though some of Modi's schemes are revolutionary...
Bhopal
Voice in Bhopal feel that the Modi government, in the last one year, has not lived...
NATIONAL
EXCLUSIVE: cobrapost investigation upa highways sc
Discretionary bending of rules marked UPA bid to enhance GQ highway project
Opinion
As farmers starve and die, an aloof government jumps to protect cows
profile
The Delhi L-G is a suave man, pity the slick connections
madhya pradesh: vyapam scam
Prashant Pandey survived an attempt to bump him off. He’ll live to tell the tale.
madhya pradesh: vyapam scam
Tests Of Your Patience
Whistleblower Anand Rai outlines how the Vyapam scam has worked
SOCIETY
assam: society
Directed by the gods, a lonely priest finds the soulmate he hankered for
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
It is solid in its content, but not oriented to the youth in its design.
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
Why I Love Outlook
Outlook’s consistent defence of secular, democratic principles represents a beacon in a disquieting...
Manish Tewari
A random sample from the British periodicals
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
film: Nachom-ia kumpasar
Sixties Bombay, Jazz and un grand amour make a great film
profile
Going strong at 81, art historian B.N. Goswamy draws attention to the painter families that...
BOOKS
Review
For a fast, frothy record of events, Hiro’s book passes muster. Yet, premised on a ‘primeval’...
Mani Shankar Aiyar on The Longest August: The Unflinching Rivalry Between India And Pakistan By Dilip Hiro
Regulars
Why does the coffee taste so much better in Vienna than almost anywhere else?
By Sanjay Dasgupta
 
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Movie Review
Action at its most grown-up, fantastic, surreal, weird, insane, primeval and visceral all at once.
10 Questions
The man who led education reforms in Ladakh talks about innovation and Indian education
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Photo Feature
Glimpses from a journey of discovery in the Land of the Thunder Dragon.
Wed May 27, 2015
Opinion
The word transgender is a very modern term, a global word. In India, Hijra is the national...
Shenali Perera | Wed May 27, 2015
State Snippets
Even after a year of the BJP government, acche din remain elusive for the minorities in Maharashtra.
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber | Wed May 27, 2015
Opinion
A mapping of how Hindutva went from fiery to fireball in the last two years
Vrinda Gopinath | Tue May 26, 2015
Opinion
It would be illogical for India to open a Cold War style front with China when the potential...
Zorawar Daulet Singh | Tue May 26, 2015
Reportage
Not your typical ranting session.
Hansa Malhotra, Geetika Mantri | Tue May 26, 2015
Fractal Logic
One of the more vital contributions to Allied victory in World War II was made by the mathematician...
Devangshu Datta | Mon May 25, 2015
View From Israel
The worst elements of the Right have taken over, pushing out almost all right-wing moderates.
Uri Avnery | Mon May 25, 2015
Impressions
Ever since I left Jammu 7 years ago, I have been trying to come to terms with my identity,...
Rahul Sharma | Mon May 25, 2015
Opinion
Cultural change does not come purely from legislation and never overnight. It comes internally...
Aakar Patel | Sun May 24, 2015
Opinion
By limiting his language to its true inheritors, the Kannadiga keeps the outsider permanently 'out'
Roopa Pai | Sat May 23, 2015
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
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