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B.G. Verghese
Book extract
The PM did not really comprehend the devaluation package negotiated by experts. Her instincts told her there would be a political recoil. But she was persuaded otherwise.
Magazine | Nov 02, 2009
B.R. Srikanth
Cover Story
The colour of your collar doesn't matter when it comes to sharing the debt burden of sleep
Magazine | Feb 09, 2004
Bachi Karkaria
Happiness
Shop, travel and eat-the new prescription for the post-terror era
Magazine | Dec 29, 2008
Badri Narayan
opinion
This unholy saffron-Samajwadi dodge will not come to any good
Magazine | Sep 23, 2013
Bahar Dutt
column
The environment is no longer a jholawala preserve. Everyone is concerned.
Magazine | Jun 16, 2008
Baijayant ‘Jay’ Panda
opinion
Blame it on the rules. They’re encouraging the conformity.
Magazine | Aug 05, 2013
Bakhtiar K. Dadabhoy
opinion
Whatever happens, the Dakhni in their souls will unite the people of this city
Magazine | Dec 28, 2009
Balbir K. Punj
opinion
The UPA and secularists. Why else would they worry after this blooper?
Magazine | Oct 01, 2007
Bally Mutumayi
EXCLUSIVE
cover story congo
Sexual misconduct by Indian soldiers and officers on UN duty in Congo raises disturbing questions
Magazine | Aug 08, 2011
Bansilal M. Jumaani
Web Only
For those who take this sort of thing seriously (or as serious fun), here are some predictions by numerologists who claim this is a good time for people with numbers 1, 2 ,4 and 7
Magazine | May 30, 2005
Barkha Dutt
opinion
Friends are a now core part of the family's sheltering umbrella
Magazine | Jun 25, 2007
Barmer
Cover Story
Magazine | Oct 19, 1998
Batalik
Cover Story
To widen or not to widen the conflict-that is the vital question. Troops want a free hand, but it's not coming just yet.
Magazine | Jul 05, 1999
Behroz Khan
refugees
The refugee crisis deepens as a ceaseless human tide crashes against the sealed Afghan-Pak border.
Magazine | Oct 08, 2001
Bernard Wasserstein
OPINION
Militants are always the rabble-rousers. This, however, doesn't mean they have the support of the majority, or that they are more powerful.
Magazine | Oct 15, 2001
Bhaichand Patel
Opinion
Just seventy years young and it’s time to shape up and party
Magazine | Aug 03, 2009
Bhamy V. Shenoy
jump cut
The Modi government should drop the proposed dual pricing and liberalise the gas market.
Magazine | Jul 14, 2014
Bharat Ahluwalia
Cover Story
The case for fiscal autonomy is strong. But are the states demanding it responsible enough?
Magazine | Jul 17, 2000
Bhasha Singh
jump cut
We are still not ready to accept that cleanliness and sanitation are caste-based.
Magazine | Oct 13, 2014
Bhavani Iyer
Opinion
Rapturous emotionalism is the hallmark of our films. Those three hours, we revel in the sentimental mush—weep, laugh and cheer on as good triumphs and it's happily ever after...
Magazine | May 30, 2005
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