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Gossip
Shifting loyalties are a luxury that Indian authors are just discovering ...
Opinion
Years ago this writer wrote a column for the now defunct Illustrated Weekly of India. For six months before the liberation of Bangladesh it campaigned ...
Showtime
Kamal thinks Anbey Sivam intelligently combines a tribute to Hashmi and Chaplin.
Making A Difference
10 Questions
On the Sahitya Akademi award for his Urdu collection of stories, Dhuan
Cover Story
Cover Story
Take a cup of leftism. Stir in dashes of caring and fun. Blend with performance-obsessed managing. Garnish with middle-class values. Result: a success cocktail.
National
Opinion
The Constitution, not the Hindu Right, grants the Muslim his place in the country. It's his Indianness he can use as a weapon of assertion.
OPINION
The suddenness with which Modi adopted hate as his poll campaign has left the Congress groping for an effective counter-strategy.
tamil nadu
The DMK's bitter battles with the state BJP continue, so how long can they hang on at the Centre?
elections/HP
That obscure demon, anti-incumbency, stalks the BJP in Himachal and Modi's Hindutva campaign could be a dubious boon More Coverage
Maharashtra
Shinde replaces the much-warned Deshmukh but faces dissidence, a massive financial crisis and a resurgent Sena-BJP More Coverage
rajasthan
Looming polls, caste factor help Gehlot hold on More Coverage
STATES OF THE NATION
She had her cake, then ate it too; From frame-up to goof-up; Getting those cowboy blues; The evangelist's living hell; Agnivarsha in Pune; The customary musical chairs.
International
OPINION
Nepal's experiment with anarchy and democracy holds a lesson for India—how autonomised regions of India could evolve.
opinion
The choice of the Stalinist structures of Pragati Maidan was matched only by other reminders to NRIs of our ugly bureaucracy.
migration
Illegal Indian immigrants to EU find friends in the Russian mafia
pakistan
With the MMA zealots nipping at his heels, NWFP chief minister Durrani shows up his illiberal side
Pakistan
Islamabad is hard pressed to withdraw its 'diplo-basher'. New Delhi is only too relieved.
Society
lifestyle
Having survived for ages, is 'the' Indian garment dying?
Sports
TVS VICTOR PROFILES
There are many facets to Jayasuriya, but all of them can be summed up in one phrase, a quiet achiever. Or Simply Sanath, shall we say?
Arts & Entertainment
Bollywood
Has just-divorced actor Aamir Khan sprung for an English rose?
art
When it comes to the erotic, Indian artists aren't fighting shy
culture
The global 'Ketchup' shake has them on the dance floor here too
films
'2003 will decide whether Bollywood will survive or if it'll be The End.' Here are some of the milestones on that crucial course. Make your choice.
Books
Review
A tribute to the man whose wit was as astounding as his military skill
Ashok K. Mehta on Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw—Soldiering With Dignity By Lt Gen Depinder Singh on
Review
Observant, humorous, self-effacing, reminds me in a way of Lawrence of Arabia — mentally tough.
Ruskin Bond on Footloose In The Himalaya By Bill Aitken
Review
Refreshingly accessible as well as insightful take on the iconic moments in Hindi cinema.
Madhu Jain on Cinema India—The Visual Culture Of Hindi Film By Rachel Dwyer By Divia Patel
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