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J.N. Dixit
Opinion
I had the dubious privilege of appearing before Justice Milap Chand Jain's Commission on April 11 and 12, 1996, and again on April 9, 1997.
Magazine | Nov 24, 1997
Jacqueline Lundquist
opinion
It's a bond that has enraptured me. I've learnt at her feet. I may have left the country but she's never let go.
Magazine | Mar 06, 2006
Jagatsinghpur
Cover Story
For many, the worst may well be over. For several others, however, this may just be the beginning of the end.
Magazine | Nov 22, 1999
Jagdish Khattar
Jai Kumar
During the Soviet occupation, Afghans built a network of bunkers from which they launched attacks on Russian troops. Some of these are now being used by Al-Qaeda as hideouts.
Magazine | Oct 22, 2001
Jaideep Mazumdar
cover story: west bengal
For the miscreants, Taslima was a natural complement to Nandigram in inciting the violence
Magazine | Dec 03, 2007
Jamshedpur
Cover Story: Education
The country’s poor are determined to put their kids through school. But can the infrastructure cope?
Magazine | Apr 10, 2000
Janaki Bahadur Kremmer
Oz tour
It was the Australians who equated sledging with excellence. Now the world has caught on.
Magazine | Jan 21, 2008
Janaki Lenin
Janice Pariat
Jason Overdorf
Jawed Naqvi
jump cut
We don’t need Kurosawa to show there are several sides to a story, as in the present case.
Magazine | Jan 28, 2013
Jayant Sinha
Pro view
Samsung pursues a fast follower strategy. No matter what price point, they have a product there.
Magazine | Apr 08, 2013
Jayaprakash Narayan
Jean Dreze
the PEEP survey
As subsidies for the poor continue to be under attack, a ground-up report from 10-states shows how well welfare schemes have worked over the last 10 years.
Magazine | Mar 24, 2014
Jeff Thomson
Cover Story
Magazine | Apr 06, 1998
Jehangir B. Gai
opinion
The profit motive has led insurers into a rapacious overdrive
Magazine | Aug 16, 2010
Jerry Pinto
Essay
It may be a many-splendoured thing, but in Hindi cinema love is marred by a regressive streak
Magazine | May 30, 2005
John L. Esposito
essay
Many strands of political Islam are deemed 'fundamentalist', no thanks to the Bush-Sharon axis
Magazine | Sep 16, 2002
John Mary
muslim reaction
Acceptance, anger, fear is what the aam Muslim feels post-verdict
Magazine | Oct 18, 2010
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