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M. Shahid Alam
Review Essay
His objective is to whittle down world history, to reduce it to a primordial contest between two historical adversaries, the West and Islam. His agenda is to discover all that was and is 'wrong' with Islamic societies and to explain their decline and present troubles in terms of these 'wrongs'.
Web | Jun 27, 2003
M.G. Vassanji
My India Story
Partition, we didn't relate to, except as event in the family chronicle. Till, we went back.
Magazine | Jan 14, 2008
M.V. Kamath
What If....
Ambedkar wrote: "I think good will come out of the death of Mr Gandhi. It will release people from bondage to supermen, it will make them think for themselves and compel them to stand on their own merits." Harsh words...
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
M.V. Krishnaswamy
First Person
Remembering the time at the Mysore Maharaja's College -- the 150-year-old institution that shaped some of India's best minds in the 20th century.
Web | Apr 13, 2007
M.V. Ramana
Appreciation
"There was a bard of great fame/'Sacrifice-King' was his name/Artists make a living/use his kriti-s for singing/But he gets no fee, true to his name!/(No royalty to a raja? Is it not a shame?")
Web | Aug 07, 2002
Madhu Jain
Desire
No one man can satisfy a woman. Take Draupadi. Each of her five husbands possessed a distinct attribute.
Magazine | Oct 28, 2002
Madhu Purnima Kishwar
Review Essay
The new Domestic Violence Act is well-intentioned but over-ambitious—as if wishful thinking is all that is needed to protect women from all kinds of real and imagined harm. We are likely to see this law make a mockery of itself.
Web | Jan 24, 2007
Mahesh Rangarajan
Environment
Our biodiversity, thriving so far despite the depredations, is a fragile gift we hold in trust
Magazine | Aug 24, 2009
Maithili Rao
Mainstream cinema sates our appetite for moral certitudes and linguistic surfeit
Magazine | Aug 20, 2001
Maitreesh Ghatak
survey: growth
Two academics hold Gujarat up against other states to see if it grew more in the Modi decade than in the preceding 20 years
Magazine | Mar 31, 2014
Maleeha Lodhi
Indo-Pak
Without further delay, India should open talks with Pakistan. The freely expressed wishes of the people of J&K are the only basis for a solution. India can run but cannot hide from this essential reality.
Magazine | Oct 16, 2000
Manjula Padmanabhan
Not Quite Cricket
Much ado about whacking a sphere about—religiously
Magazine | Feb 21, 2011
Manjushree Thapa
My India Story
Big Brother helped in the democracy battle. But I can't read more.
Magazine | Jan 14, 2008
Manu Joseph
What If....
For starters, the population of India today, based on crude birth and death rates, would have been 610 million. But, them, Sachin Tendulkar would not have happened...
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Mario Vargas Llosa
Nobel Lecture
The fictions of literature have multiplied human experiences, preventing us from succumbing to lethargy, self-absorption, resignation...
Web | Dec 10, 2010
Mark Juergensmeyer
Book Extract
What would it be like if the ideal, theoretical Gandhi -- Gandhiji, the Mahatma -- is pitted against his historical half-brother, Mohandas? No doubt they argued with one another frequently during Gandhi's lifetime. A series of imaginary letters; a troubled, occasionally pointed exchange.
Web | Oct 02, 2003
Mark Tully
ESSAY
You heard it on this channel first. On every channel actually.
Magazine | Nov 01, 2010
Markandey Katju
literature
We urgently need art that reflects injustices to which most Indians are tethered
Magazine | Apr 23, 2007
Martti Ahtisaari
Nobel Lecture
Wars and conflicts are not inevitable. They are caused by human beings. There are always interests that are furthered by war. Therefore those who have power and influence can also stop them.
Web | Dec 11, 2008
Meenakshi Shedde
Outlook-Picador Non-Fiction Contest 2002
It might sound completely improbable to a foreigner, but the first time in my life that I looked at my body, as in really looked, was at the age of 35, when I visited Europe...
Web | Feb 15, 2002
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