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Random notes, gossip, bitching, angles, conspiracy theories, spoofs, essential fundas
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Opinion
India's foreign policy relies on Pandit Nehru. But it's the wrong PanditNehru. The one who 'lived in an artificial world of his own creation'. It shouldrely ...
10 Questions
The former high commissioner to the UK on the move to get back Kohinoor
Cover Story
Cover Story
Near-complete autonomy and a fanatical focus on quality make the IITs the cradle of some of the world's best talent
National
Bjp
Removing UP’s lame-duck CM will make a bad situation worse
Congress
Congressmen manage to develop doublespeak into a fine art
Profile
A nervous ailment may have robbed Sunil Dutt of his mobility but not his will to win against all odds
Spotlight
A family-man image doesn’t fetch votes. So the politician parent is as good or bad as any.
International
Sri Lankan foreign minister Lakshman Kadirgamar spoke about the likelihood of peace moves and India's role in any such negotiations to Waruna Karunatillake on Thursday in Colombo. Excerpts:
Opinion
If the IPKF operations did not spark secessionism in Tamil Nadu, a more limited intervention will not either.
Opinion
The court’s ruling not only validates the junta but also allows Musharraf to amend the Constitution if he so chooses.
Tamil Nadu
From ideology to politics of expediency, the DMK has changed colours. Its stand on Sri Lanka is just an instance.
Business
Sankhya Vahini
This ‘river of knowledge’, experts say, makes Indian security networks vulnerable to the US
Society
Photo Essay
Lara Dutta sparks off a small-town beauty boom
Sagarika Ghose : When Beauty Hurts
Society
The recent spate of headline-grabbing cases of dowry violence are but a symptom of a deep-rooted, dark malaise
Sports
Match Fixing
Fixing is here all right. But here’s a method that can quantify the amount of dirt in the game.
Arts & Entertainment
Crime
New-age piracy threatens to eat into the vitals of India’s infotainment industry and its fledgling knowledge economy
Books
Review
The biography of a village breaks brave new ground
Shiva Kumar Srinivasan on The Village Before Time By V.K. Madhavan Kutty
Review
Going beyond pretty rhymes
Nilanjana Roy on Where Parallel Lines Meet By Tabish Khair
Review
No recordings of his exist, but every classical musician bows to Ustad Alladiya Khan. In plain vanilla format, here's why.
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