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Hamid Gul
A former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief and now head of the Tehrik-e-Jehad, Hamid Gul warns the US against venturing into the treacherous hole that is Kabul
Magazine | Oct 01, 2001
Hamid Mir
Opinion
Few know that bin Laden is a poet too. His poems are mostly about Palestine. No doubt bin Laden can be eliminated, but his poetry will survive him. This will only fuel the palpable hatred the Muslims harbour against the US.
Magazine | Oct 01, 2001
Hani Shukrallah
Opinion
The anti-war upsurge indicates that a new American century is impossible
Magazine | Apr 07, 2003
Hantanu Guha Ray
Cover Story
India has just discovered gold dust in the alleys of the Net and it is mighty excited about it. But it may not be thrills all the way.
Magazine | Dec 20, 1999
Hari Menon
Harish Khare
opinion
It’s still possible for the Congress to reposition itself despite the dynastic clamps hampering it. But it will take more than Rahul’s petulance.
Magazine | Dec 23, 2013
Harish Mehta
Cover Story
If US think-tanks had their way, India’s most cherished dream, to emerge as a superpower, would be a reality. Harish Mehta looks at three extreme scenarios - of Pakistan being swallowed by a US-backed Indian confederation, Sino-Indian hegemony and a win-win China - conjured up by an American study.
Magazine | Sep 18, 2000
Harsh Kabra
cover story
Buddhism returns to its birthplace as urban Indians find in it an emotional anchor for their troubled lives
Magazine | Feb 23, 2009
Hasan Suroor
opinion
In the Tarun Tejpal rape case, the Indian media, particularly television news, has more or less censored opinion that isn’t popular
Magazine | Dec 16, 2013
Himalee Bahl
Himanshu Kakkar
Hina Khan
jump cut
Being muslim, my in-laws couldn’t comprehend why hindu families feed their women last.
Magazine | Sep 23, 2013
Hitten Zaveri
Amazicans
Hitten Zaveri, Associate Research Scientist, Department of Neurology, Yale
Magazine | Jul 15, 2002
Hyderabad
Cover Story
Populism sucks the earth dry as lopsided modernity displaces traditional water sciences. Vast multitudes across India bear the brunt.
Magazine | May 08, 2000

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