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V.N. Muthukumar
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
V.S. Naipaul
Nobel Lecture
Full text of the Nobel Lecture, December 7, 2001: "...as a child I had this sense of two worlds, the world outside that tall corrugated-iron gate, and the world at home - or, at any rate, the world of my grandmother's house..."
Web | Dec 10, 2001
Venu Madhav Govindu
OUTLOOK-PICADOR NON-FICTION CONTEST 2003
Many current practices are relatively modern and rarely entirely indigenous. The foreign origins of coffee is bad enough but one can really ruin a Tamilian's breakfast by quoting the very convincing conjecture of food historian K T Achaya that the steamed idli is also am imported idea. The short-listed entry in the third Outlook-Picador Non-Fiction Contest.
Web | Mar 04, 2004
Vijay K. Sazawal
Essay
Is it an international or a religious problem? One involving self-seeking politicians? Of a piece of real estate? Or a problem of the people and their aspirations? A Kashmiri perspective.
Web | Jun 27, 2001
Vijay Nambisan
Post-Mortem
If there's life outside the urban North jungle, Outlook missed it
Magazine | Oct 17, 2005
Vijay Prashad
Dialogue
Rajiv has a tendency to switch horses in mid-stream. We ride together, with different emphases, on the problem of peer-review or establishment-review. Then, as we seem to be in agreement, Rajiv jumps on another horse, on whose side is emblazoned the words - Western Theory. Seventh piece in the continuing dialogue.
Web | Feb 06, 2004
Vikram Chandra
Essay
In the Great Indian Tea Ceremony, you might see something very strange going on under the ghoonghat across the table, but must never say anything in public
Magazine | Aug 18, 1997
Vinay Lal
Essay
The Story of a Phenomenon: As India celebrates the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, the indelible place of his sojourns in the United States in giving shape to the mythographies that have developed around his life becomes all too apparent.
Web | Oct 04, 2013
Vinay Verma
Essay
A Sachin innings is so sublime an intersection of passion and skill that it might be said he brings a shine to the statistics
Magazine | Feb 01, 2011
Vinod Mehta
Essay
We bestow ‘greatness’ easily in India. What makes a person great, do we really need great people, and drawing a lakshmanrekha for it in every life.
Magazine | Aug 20, 2012
Viswanathan Anand
essay
Time touches a city after its own manner, often unaiding memory. Still, I remain a Chennai boy.
Magazine | Jan 12, 2009
Vrinda Gopinath
Image
Uptight ’n canny, today’s brand delivery boys are no sex gods
Magazine | Feb 21, 2011

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