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K.N. Hari Kumar
essay
Some of the Election Commission’s efforts raise questions about whether it is expanding its ambit too aggressively
Magazine | May 05, 2014
K.V. Bapa Rao
Contention
Imagine a hypothetical jury of world public opinion sitting in judgement over the Indian and Pakistani positions on J&K. What would such a jury decide if it had to render a verdict today? I think such a jury will have to decide that Pakistan has made the more compelling moral case...
Web | Feb 02, 2004
Kai Friese
For those who came in late...
March 13 marked the death anniversary of Lee Falk, creator of The Phantom a.k.a. Kit Walker, the Ghost Who Walks...the man who cannot die. The legend lives on.
Web | Mar 15, 2010
Kalpana Sahni
Travelogue
Another country, an ancestral village, and remembrances that spill across time-and borders
Magazine | Oct 30, 2000
Kamla Bhasin
Special Issue: Partition
Abduction, forcible recovery, silence: the tragic irony of Partition's unsung
Magazine | May 28, 1997
Kancha Ilaiah
All the intellectuals of India seem afraid that a proposal for discussing the question of caste at a UN forum might make it into a global talking point...What do you think?
Magazine | Aug 20, 2001
Kanti Bajpai
essay
Massive challenges face the Narendra Modi government. Here are some of our bigger ailments that need attention.
Magazine | Jul 28, 2014
Karan Johar
tribute
A personal glimpse into the lives of Amitabh Bachchan and Yash Raj Chopra
Magazine | Oct 22, 2012
Katherine Frank
What If....
Indira and Rajiv might still be alive. The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty might have been consigned to history, but it also could have survived and flourished just as it does under the current generation.
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Katherine Russell Rich
Book Excerpts
Having miraculously survived a serious illness and at an impasse in her career, an American magazine editor spontaneously decides to spend a year learning Hindi in Udaipur. She later interviews top linguistics experts to understand what learning a second language does to the brain...
Web | Jun 25, 2009
Kathy Sykes
Science Communication
Scientists must quit the pulpit. The laity must demand clarity.
Magazine | Jan 07, 2013
Kavery Nambisan
OUTLOOK-PICADOR NON-FICTION CONTEST 2003
"I love food but keep things simple," said Dr Sad. "This meal hasn't cost more than ten rupees." Sad could get away with serving dinner to a guest and then announcing how cheap it was. The joint-runner up entry in the third Outlook-Picador Non-Fiction Contest.
Web | Mar 03, 2004
Keshava Guha
FIFA World Cup 2014
The World Cup remains the only time where football transcends the affluent, urban demographic that follow the European leagues in India.
Web | Jun 27, 2014
Khushwant Singh
Essay
Is it just a triumph of goodness amidst all the despair that makes the Saint of the Gutters the greatest Indian?
Magazine | Aug 19, 2002
Kiran Nagarkar
diary
In Berlin for a year on an academic exchange programme, the author of God's Little Soldier recounts how he felt seeing his city defiled
Magazine | Dec 15, 2008
Kishore Mahbubani
India
Japan emerged self-consciously as a Western power. China has made no pretensions in that direction. With the growing detachment between the West and the rest, India could resume its natural role as the meeting point for the great civilizations
Web | Dec 20, 2006
Koenraad Elst
What If....
Fundamentally, his decision didn't alter the Ayodhya equation. But, then, his successors didn't continue his equitable and pragmatic Ayodhya policy.
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Krishna Jha
Book Excerpt
The secret history of Rama's appearance in Babri Masjid: what happened on the fateful night of December 22-23,1949 in Ayodhya that went on to change India’s polity forever
Web | Feb 12, 2013
Krishna Prasad
Essay
The little boy who turned life upside down
Magazine | Feb 01, 2011
Kuldip Nayar
What If....
The fallibility of the press, public servants and the judiciary would not have been proved. The timidity of Indian society would not have been exposed, nor moral hypocrisy been reinforced...
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
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