Burhan Wani: The Face That Lit The Valley
COVER STORY
What exactly does azadi mean to Kashmiris? Why can’t it be discussed? Since when have maps been sacrosanct?
ARUNDHATI ROY
COVER STORY
A young militant is killed. In death, he becomes an icon. And the streets speak freedom.
SHOWKAT A. MOTTA

COVER STORY
Faced by spontaneous, intense and leaderless protests, Delhi must wake to its lack of reach
Bula Devi, Meetu Jain

COVER STORY
Former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah, on the uprising following Burhan Wani's killing
Bula Devi Interviews Omar Abdullah

Opinion
The expected healing touch has eluded Kashmir too long
M.M. Ansari

Opinion
Kashmir holds a burning mirror to a self-deluding India
M. Najeeb Mubarki
Cover Story
The sign of the times is: National parties out, alliances in
PRANAY SHARMA
 
After nine months in jail, Hardik Patel, face of the Patidar agitation for reservation, has been granted bail.
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Leader Comment
It is the urgent need for Modi Sarkar to change its attitude with the states.
Andhra Pradesh
The deadlines may seem a trifle unrealistic, but Naidu and his Amaravati vision are a work very much in progress.
MADHAVI TATA
Karnataka
A long-overdue measure to redistribute political power, Karnataka’s caste census is a first in India
AJAY SUKUMARAN
Interview
Chairman of Karnataka State Commission for Backward Classes, H. Kantharaja, on the challenges and impact of the state’s first socio-educational and economic survey.
OUTLOOK INTERVIEWS H. KANTHARAJA
Opinion
An unfair ‘by association’ barb and its implications
ADVAITA KALA
Privacy
Whatsapp Says It’s Snoop-Proof Now, But There’s Always A Way In
Arindam Mukherjee
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China
A UN tribunal shows China its place in the South China Sea. But an angry, muscled-up giant can push the region into crisis.
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Opinion
In unequal American society, reclaiming self-worth is an uphill climb for blacks. But their rage against racist attacks is off the route-map.
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FDI/REFORMS
Big changes are needed in the design of our economy to make foreign investment work for us.
LOLA NAYAR
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Calcutta
Almost all urban Indians carry signs of OCD, says a study. In Calcutta, the disease can blaze a conflagration.
DOLA MITRA
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To make up for my seemin­gly ‘lefty’ un-Brahminical movements, I have had to make an elaborate effort of being ‘right’.
ANONYMOUS
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The importance of an education in nonviolent courtship
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THE REVIEWS
Aims for controversy over cinematic accomplishment—a rebel for the cause of freedom of expression.
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REVIEW
Genes define the individual. Siddhartha Mukherjee’s poetic exegesis charts its thrilling discovery and its current significance in ethical medicine.
KAVERY NAMBISAN
GOSSIP
The top question on everyone’s mind today—will Donald Trump actually become Potus? Yes, says one of India’s top writers who was in the capital last week to promote his latest book.
10 QUESTIONS
Amit Sharma is the man behind Fashalot, a fashion start-up app for consumers in Gurgaon who want to find out the best deals in stores around them
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For ensuring that tennis remains a sport played by humans, not by robots whose every action has been plotted on a computer screen

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Gagan Narang, Bronze-Winner In London, Takes Careful Aim For Gold.
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Running On Through The Cherry Tree
Abbas Kiarostami, whom we lost recently, was an inspiration to a generation of film-makers. An effort to show some films inspired by Kiarostami and other Iran­ian New Wave directors led to the Iranian Fringe Film Festival, which makes its way to Pune next week
Glitterati
This reminds you of Liz Taylor in all her splendour in Cleopatra, doesn’t it? Well, far to the east, on the Indus, queens were apparently donning the same gear. This is Pooja Hegde in Ashutosh Gowarikar’s adventure-romance, Mohenjo Daro.
 
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ISSUE DATED | MARCH 11, 2013
BUDGET 2013-14
No one dare say it, but Indian politics has a hidden vacancy. Can P. Chidambaram fill it?
Outlook in Rewind
10 Years Ago
Four-and-a-half decades is not a long time. Not long enough, anyway, to wipe away the memories that this sun-kissed valley, nestled in the stark and rugged reaches of the Himalayas, still recoils from. Memories of their land being overrun by Chinese troops, of families leaving behind their earthly possessions to flee to faraway jungles, of returning to see their land littered with the decomposing bodies of Indian soldiers and the ignominy of having their sacred hearths 'defiled' by the Chinese—who they still revile for hounding their spiritual head, the Dalai Lama.
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