St Teresa Of Calcutta
Cover Story

‘Mother Asked Me To Stroke The Dying So That They Would Feel The Warmth Of Another Person’

One does not need any skill to serve the destitute, only a ­desire for service

Arvind Kejriwal
Cover Story
A halo? An indistinct nebula? Those who beheld her say they were cured of doubt.
Dola Mitra
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Interview
Archbishop of the Diocese that initiated the procedure of Mother Teresa's canonisation on the questions that are often raised about the Mother's work
Outlook Interviews Archbishop Thomas D’souza
Opinion
Calcutta sang a dirge like no other when Mother passed away
Fr Rodney Borneo
COVER STORY
At Mother House, the devout still feel an indefinable presence
Dola Mitra
Opinion
Calcutta, for the world, was Mother Teresa’s cradle
Nabaneeta Dev Sen
Opinion
The real Mother Teresa miracle was that a credulous Indian public swallowed it whole—and Calcutta willingly committed image suicide
Aroup Chatterjee
Opinion
A myopic Indian state has irrevocably forfeited Kashmiris’ trust. Like in Palestine, they’ll now wage a decentralised, azadi-driven struggle.
Ashis Nandy
Kashmir
Four stone-pelters from Kashmir talk about their lives, their motivations and the neolithic intifada
Showkat A. Motta
Leader Comment
What does dignity in death offer to a people for whom dignity in life is a myth?
 
Crime
The ordeal of a BHU student speaks of the ineffable trauma that male rape victims carry and are damaged by
Showkat A. Motta
Opinion
In the liberal public sphere, Mahmood Farooqui’s trial is not yet over. Concerns over ‘carceral feminism’ and ‘flawed’ trials reveal our insecurities.
Kalpana Kannabiran
Interview
Digamber Jain muni, Tarun Sagar, whose address in the Haryana Assembly sparked off a row, on religion, politics and society
Arushi Bedi Interviews Tarun Sagar
Interview
BJP MP, Virendra Singh, who refused to take off his turban in the US embassy on his party's chances in the upcoming UP elections.
Ushinor Majumdar Interviews Virendra Singh
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LEADER COMMENT
It behoves us to give credit where it is due. Wisdom has at last dawned in the east
 
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Book Excerpt
The trauma and tragedy in commercial surrogacy
Pinki Virani
Review
Tipu’s horrific despotism is whitewashed in a biography of fulsome praise
Zareer Masani
REVIEW
Naqvi’s book has value in advance warning, not in its bilious narrative
RAKSHANDA JALIL
Sports Goods
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The Insider
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The Reviews
Constantly reminds the audience of the randomness of life and the inevitable, and random, tragedies that await you
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10 QUESTIONS
The triathlete, on her book Anywhere But Home, and the sport she lives with.
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OUTLOOK ARCHIVE
ISSUE DATED | JUNE 03, 2013
REVIEW
An honourable Svengali and his Mujib-speaking protege ply their trade in liberated Bangladesh. Imam weaves a hyper-realistic tale of tragedy, farce, idealism and power.
 
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10 Years Ago
Even in the still and serene surroundings of his 2,000-acre estate on the Sahayadri slopes in Chikmagalur in the Western Ghats, Ashok Kuriyan can feel the hustle-and-bustle and the pace of the Indian economy. At Balanoor Plantations, the "feelgood" factor has gripped every worker, including its MD Kuriyan. After all, despite a huge rise in input costs, it netted a cool profit of Rs 30 lakh this season, compared to a "no-profit, no-loss situation" in the previous one. "If we had not got the Rs 25 lakh subsidy last year, we would've been in serious trouble," says Kuriyan.
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