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Hamid Ansari
Centenary Lecture
That's how Khwaja Ahmad Abbas described himself. Who was he? Why was he what he was? What social and ideological impulses motivated him? Why is his vision of continuing relevance?
Web | Jun 10, 2014
Harinder Baweja
daughters/GUARDIANS
This is a confession in cold print. Perhaps because I am ready to make it. A few years ago I hit what I thought was major emotional turbulence.
Magazine | Oct 28, 2002
Harish Khare
What If....
Psesudo-patriotism would have defined the flawed and short-lived Advani regime. He would have replicated Charan Singh, a man at ease with his petty prejudices, small ideas and intellectual banality.
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Harold Evans
ESSAY
The price of truth has gone up grievously, paid for with the lives of our reporters
Magazine | Nov 01, 2010
Harold Pinter
Nobel Lecture
The 75-year-old ailing playwright launched a fierce, scathing attack on the "systematic, constant, vicious, remorseless" crimes of the USA and "its own bleating little lamb tagging behind it on a lead, the pathetic and supine Great Britain" in his Nobel Lecture.
Web | Dec 08, 2005
Harsh Mander
Shame
Reflections on the Gujarat massacre by a serving IAS officer.
Web | Mar 19, 2002
Harsha Bhogle
Essay
Sachin has both, the vision and the foresight, as well as the ability to execute the most sublime of cricketing shots
Magazine | Feb 01, 2011
Hartosh Singh Bal
2013 The Year That Was
For long it seemed a RaGa-NaMo race. Till Arvind Kejriwal and his AAP changed equations and perceptions in Delhi.
Magazine | Jan 13, 2014
Helen Caldicott
After Fukushima
It’s time to banish the belief that N-power is clean, green and safe
Magazine | Jan 02, 2012
Henry T. Z. Hanfkopf
Evaluation
Neodeconstructivist rationalism in the works of Rushdie
Web | Apr 01, 2001
Herman Van Rompuy
Nobel Lecture
'Over the past sixty years, the European project has shown that it is possible for peoples and nations to come together across borders. That it is possible to overcome the differences between "them" and "us".'
Web | Dec 10, 2012
Hernando de Soto
Economic Uncertainty
The US and Europe have obfuscated market dealings, that’s why their economies are still faltering while emerging economies gain
Magazine | Jan 02, 2012
Herta Müller
Nobel Lecture
'What can't be said can be written... I reacted to the deathly fear with a thirst for life. A hunger for words. Nothing but the whirl of words could grasp my condition. It spelled out what the mouth could not pronounce.'
Web | Dec 08, 2009
Hoshang Merchant
I was hurt that the contribution of gays was not acknowledged during the 50th anniversary of India
Magazine | Aug 20, 2001

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