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T.B. Srinivas
The tinseltown candy factory is brimming over with syrup-dipped perversities
Magazine | Aug 20, 2001
T.J.S. George
What If....
At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world slept, south Indians saw a dream. They saw rising out of the void a new country 1,25,000 square miles in size with a population at that time of 60 million...
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004
Taran N. Khan
Essay
Appreciating Assemun: Not a quaint cultural artefact but a potent metaphor for our times.
Web | Mar 12, 2001
Tariq Ali
Extracts
There are, of course, deeply sincere people of religion in different parts of the world who genuinely fight on the side of the poor, but they are usually in conflict with organised religion themselves..
Web | May 08, 2002
Tarun Tahiliani
her clothes
Slender, sensuous, caressing, feminine, and not prone to costume anymore!
Magazine | Oct 28, 2002
Tarun Tejpal
Pre-Script
That vaguely purposeful man in that dank room deserves it all
Magazine | Oct 17, 2005
Taslima Nasreen
My India Story
What have I done that I can neither cross my own threshold nor enjoy human company?
Magazine | Jan 14, 2008
Tawakkol Karman
Nobel Lecture: Peace Prize 2011
'There is another type of war, which is far more bitter, that is the war of despotic leaders who oppress their own people. It is a war of those to whom people have entrusted their security, but who directed their weapons against their own people. It is the war which today people face in the Arab States'
Web | Dec 10, 2011
Ted Widmer
Obama’s Blues
The travails and travels of upperclassmen presidents
Magazine | Jan 02, 2012
Tenzin Tsundue
Essay
Tenzin Tsundue has been carrying his exile within himself. Pitching tent on alien maps, and hitting the road before he grows roots, homeland is a dream perpetually deferred.
Magazine | Mar 12, 2001
Thenmozhi Soundararajan
Dalits across the seas
Growing up Dalit in the US, finding your roots, fighting for your identity
Magazine | Aug 20, 2012
Tim Sebastian
ESSAY
The ‘new’ in news is lost. Coverage, signifying lists, baulks at asking questions.
Magazine | Nov 01, 2010
Timeri N. Murari
Cricket is now a very Indian game. It is as Indian as the Taj Mahal, the Lok Sabha, or the English language
Magazine | Aug 20, 2001
Tishani Doshi
JOURNEYS
The runner-up essay in the fourth Outlook/Picador India Non-Fiction Competition, in which the protagonist takes the picture anyway, though, later, she can't remember if it was really like that; blurry and inconstant...
Web | May 10, 2005
Todd Gitlin
Review Essay
Anti-Americanism is an emotion substituting for an analysis, a morality, an ideal, even an idea about what to do.
Web | Sep 26, 2002
Tony Clifton
Disparity
That vast illiterate underclass makes and keeps India a Third World country, no matter how many hi-tech millionaires it may boast, and it will be that way for decades to come.
Magazine | Oct 16, 2000
Trevor Fishlock
Millennium Special
Change, continuity, pizzas, miniskirts, pride, disgust...
Magazine | Nov 15, 1999
Tunku Varadarajan
The NRI Experience
Those ‘backward’ days are over. The emancipation of the Indian emigrant is complete. For New India is now a Big Deal.
Magazine | Aug 24, 2009

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