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B. Raman
Book Excerpt
'There is one American species, which I could never bring myself to like during the 27 years I spent in the intelligence community — the officers of the US State Department.'
Web | Aug 27, 2007
B.G. Verghese
Rejoinder
Although Arundhati Roy denies any neo-Luddite impulse or pre-industrial, anti-development dreams, this is what seems to drive her argument, says columnist B.G. Verghese, now with the Centre for Policy Research, in a rebuttal to  The Greater Common Good'
Magazine | Jul 05, 1999
B.R. Ambedkar
Book Extract
Contempt for Buddhists as the root of untouchability
Web | Oct 22, 2002
B.R. Nanda
Book Extract
Gandhi was the greatest exponent of the doctrine of ahimsa or non-violence in modern times, but he was not its author...
Web | Oct 02, 2001
Balraj Sahni
From the Archives
On the noted actor's death anniversary (1 May 1913–13 April 1973), we reproduce a convocation address he delivered at Jawaharlal Nehru University in 1972
Web | Apr 13, 2011
Basharat Peer
Essay
Arrivals, departures. A little bit of Seer and the Valley and the distance from the world.
Magazine | Jan 12, 2009
Behzad Yaghmaian
First Person
How a CIA coup d'etat in Iran and my life became one and how I dream, someday, of returning to the place I've kept so close to my heart. Will American bombs kill my dream?
Web | Apr 12, 2007
Belinda Wright
essay
"Calcutta, Delhi, and then Madhya Pradesh—but home will always be a place in India"
Magazine | Jan 12, 2009
Bhisham Sahni
Book Extract
I do not clearly recall when the Hindu-Muslim riots broke out in Bhiwandi, a town near Mumbai. But I do remember that I began writing Tamas after those riots... The writer on his famous novel.
Web | Jul 19, 2003
Bibek Debroy
What If....
It wouldn't have made us a developed country by now. But from refusing-to-develop country (RDC) we would have moved to the willing-to-develop country (WDC) category.
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Bill Clinton
Globalisation
All thinking people must ask and answer three questions for themselves. What is your vision of the 21st century world? What do we have to do to achieve it? What does America have to do?
Web | Nov 06, 2003
Bittu Sahgal
Millennium Special
From a culture of protection to mindless destruction
Magazine | Nov 15, 1999
Bomkesh Padulia Saha
Special Issue: Partition
Under the mute gaze of the State, millions of umbilical cords were severed
Magazine | May 28, 1997
Boria Majumdar
Essay
Drawn from the iconic C.K. Nayudu’s compendious scrapbooks, this is the story of India’s first England tour, and its first ever Test match
Magazine | Jul 30, 2012
Brinda Bose
Essay: In China
And what of the Humanities? In China, as here, an ethical-normative mist is rising.
Magazine | Jul 01, 2013

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