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R.K. Pachauri
Nobel Peace Lecture
How climate change will affect peace is for others to determine, but we have provided scientific assessment of what could become a basis for conflict.
Web | Dec 10, 2007
Rachel Dwyer
Web Only
The directors, the writers, the lyricists, the music makers ...the changing techniques and trends of the last decade, from film making to distribution.
Magazine | May 30, 2005
Rahimullah Yusufzai
A fugitive Mullah Omar and an elusively mythic Osama haunt the US' year-old war against terror
Magazine | Sep 16, 2002
Rahul Bhattacharya
Some of Sachin’s best knocks were not necessarily hundreds
Magazine | Feb 01, 2011
Rahul Dravid
Ethics and Integrity in Sports
'It is now time for legal reform and the turn of national and state legislators and the criminal law administration to intervene definitively'
Web | Nov 14, 2013
Rahul Mehrotra
Our cities have become a patchwork of incongruities—inequitous, inhuman
Magazine | Jan 07, 2013
Raja Sekhar Vundru
Vision For A New India
In his intolerance of inequality and creation of a rights-based constitution, Ambedkar’s vision for a modern India is still our blueprint for the future
Magazine | Aug 20, 2012
Rajeev Srinivasan
What If....
Tibet would have been liberated; the loss of face would have made China retreat into its shell instead of becoming an aggressive imperialist....and of course India's Marxists would have been defanged.
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Rajiv Malhotra
The nature of the peer-review process is creating a knowledge production cartel that gives the Western academy neocolonialist control over the means of production of knowledge. It is the cartel's mutual assurance that they are emperors with clothes. The outsider who sees them naked, naturally, infuriates them. Sixth piece in the continuing dialogue.
Web | Feb 02, 2004
Rajmohan Gandhi
What If...
The Indian state might have become less a master and more a servant of the Indian people and the hierarchies in the society might have become less steep.
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Raju Bharatan
What If....
Would Lata have attained the 'super' status she did if Noor Jehan (as the 'brighter' voice) had chosen to stay on in India after Partition? I took the point to Naushad...
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Raju Mukherji
Tendulkar has continued Gavaskar’s work—one cut out a defeatist past, the other drove the ’90s punch into the third millennium
Magazine | Feb 01, 2011
Rama Bijapurkar
'Back home' was always going to be a problematic place. And not just because it was not one place.
Magazine | Jan 12, 2009
Ramachandra Guha
A Historical perspective
Khushwant Singh has just entered his 100th year. Time to recall an essay detailing why he once extolled Sanjay Gandhi, just the way a brash, bullying politician is currently being saluted
Web | Feb 10, 2014
Raman Mahadevan
lead essay/business communities
India’s business communities, ever in the forefront, now see their role evolving
Magazine | Oct 01, 2012
Ramesh Ramanathan
My India Story
That final leap of faith: dropping out, tuning in with India
Magazine | Jan 14, 2008
Riaz Hassan
There is little evidence of deep-rooted anti-Semitism in the classical Islamic world. So what explains it in today's Arab world ? Surely it is not just the "Zionist lobby" at work to silence legitimate criticism of Israel, as the Arab media dismisses it?
Web | Jul 25, 2007
Richard Dawkins
Book Extract
Charles Darwin's theory of human evolution was published long before knowledge of genes was available. But an obscure letter found in a library proves Darwin was already doing research into heredity which anticipated the breakthroughs of the next century.
Web | Feb 13, 2003
Richard Tanter
Oil and gas are not the direct causes of the war in Afghanistan, but understanding the motives of long-term US policy is important.
Web | Nov 21, 2001
Rimli Sengupta
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