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Opinion
Who looks after the reader's interest? Media people day in and day out affirm their commitment to the reader, and the reader alone. Alas, the commitment doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
Vinod Mehta | Thu Aug 21, 2014
A Pakistani Perspective
It's Nawaz Sharif's decision to continue the judicial proceedings against Musharraf that remain at the heart of the current crisis, the ultimate beneficiary of which would be the military establishment
Mohammad Taqi | Thu Aug 21, 2014
Book Extract
Washington's “war on terror” has failed because it did not target the jihadi movement as a whole and, above all, was not aimed at Saudi Arabia and Pakistan
Patrick Cockburn | Extracts from  The Jihadis Return: ISIS and the New Sunni Uprising | Extracts from By Patrick Cockburn | Thu Aug 21, 2014
View From the USA
Yet another painful, traumatic reminder of the long history of occupation, torture, abuse and killing of Black people in America
Ron Daniels | Wed Aug 20, 2014
View From the USA
Why you should expect more bombs to be dropped everywhere 
William J. Astore | Wed Aug 20, 2014
Book Extract
12 of the 366 episodes from the history of humanity covered in the book: from Joseph Stalin and Muhammad Ali to Albert Einstein and Barbie
Eduardo Galeano | Extracts from By Eduardo Galeano | Tue Aug 19, 2014
State Snippets
Since the Bengali words for both “industry” and “art” are “shilpo” and since Deb is an artist— a film artist— he is perfectly suitable for a meet of “shilpo-potis” or industrialists in Singapore, according to Mamata di
Dola Mitra | Tue Aug 19, 2014
Opinion
The PM would do well to incorporate the Lok Nayak’s convictions and what he stood for and not ape alien models to make India’s villages as mere markets and show-pieces
M.G. Devasahayam | Tue Aug 19, 2014
For The Record
Statement by Official Spokesperson on Cancellation of Foreign Secretary's visit to Pakistan on 25 August 2014, and Pakistan foreign office response
State Snippets
It happened at last. The squabbling Chief Ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh met finally...
Madhavi Tata | Mon Aug 18, 2014
State Snippets
The first bugle has been sounded off. The Shiv Sena has released its manifesto, which is officially a work-in-progress.
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber | Mon Aug 18, 2014
Review
A village—and its quirky, humdrum lives—is dragged into townhood. Nambisan’s scalpel probes every growth.
Manjul Bajaj on A Town Like Ours By Kavery Nambisan | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Opinion
There is a broader—and deeper—meaning to democracy. Part of that ideal is the idea that every tessera in the mosaic can sparkle.
Gyanendra Pandey | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Opinion
The Constitution is armoured with the ‘basic structure’ doctrine, so it will be insurmountably difficult to establish a Hindu Rashtra
Raju Ramachandran | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Opinion
The dissenting judge is a powerful voice
Sonal Sarda | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Opinion
Forget BJP, the Congress must curb its communalism
Arun Sinha | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Opinion
This is the stage where all Muslim tropes live
Mushirul Hasan | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Interview
The editor-in-chief of Rai al-Youm on the Israel project and the massacre in Gaza.
Saba Naqvi | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Opinion
Saudi challenge: Wahabism in a new neighbourhood
S. Nihal Singh | Mon Aug 25, 2014
Opinion
Rajapaksa’s Sri Lanka stubbornly excludes minorities
Bharat Bhushan | Mon Aug 25, 2014
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