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C.M. Naim
Essay
Closed gates; zipped lips. What happens when an exhibition on the Quran opens in New Delhi.
Web | Nov 18, 2011
Cardinal Jaime Ortega
A Cuban Benediction
As Cubans suffer a crisis of body and soul, the Church offers hope
Magazine | Jan 07, 2013
Catherine Clement
My India Story
There was something about KRN: a child of Nehru, deep, smiling
Magazine | Jan 14, 2008
Chandan Mitra
What If....
It would have removed one of the most potent causes of inter-community misgivings in India. India would have been a modern, democratic and truly secular republic.
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Chandradev Bhagat
Memoirs
'How does it feel?' 'How was it like?' and my answer has always been 'Nothing different, it's as chaotic as India!' And that is the truth to me - apart from the obvious Muslim majority in the streets, I feel totally at home in Pakistan.
Web | Mar 04, 2005
Charubala Annuncio
REGIONAL CO-OPERATION
This essay, by our Mumbai correspondent, won the first prize at the "EU-India Essay Contest for Young Indian Journalists" organized by the Delegation of the European Commission in India
Web | May 03, 2005
Chitra Subramaniam
Ethics
Beyond India's Rs 64 crore in Swiss bank accounts
Magazine | Oct 17, 2005
Christophe Jaffrelot
essay: Muslims in india
A team of French and Indian scholars go past the stereotype of the ‘ghettoised’ Muslim and visit 10 Indian cities to document the various patterns in which Muslims gather together in a particular locality
Magazine | Jul 23, 2012
Christopher Thomas
Pakistan
Ordinary Pakistanis are convinced there is no future under the present system.
Magazine | Oct 16, 2000
Christopher Hitchens
View From Abroad
An old anti-colonialist distils his impressions of the 'little India' in his head, the real India he met and the future India he hopes to see
Magazine | Aug 22, 2005
Clayton Murzello
Essay
Candid about captaincy, helpless when injured, firm with a ‘no’....This is a smattering of Sachinspeak as the years ran by.
Magazine | Feb 01, 2011

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