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Terror Singed Chinar Cops
National Magazine July 03, 2017
Policing Kashmir
In restive Kashmir, the men in khaki bear the brunt of the rage on the streets and the terror of militants
In The Shadow Of The Gun
National Magazine June 26, 2017
Cover Story
The miserably poor adivasis of Bastar are caught between two armies, that of the State and the Maoists. The latest Maoist ambush has only made lives worse for villagers.
Deep Throat
National Magazine June 19, 2017
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
First Hindu Rashtra Pati
National Magazine June 12, 2017
Prez Polls
With key non-NDA parties starting to fall in line, the BJP inches closer to getting India a president from the RSS
Morals And The Major
National Magazine June 05, 2017
Human Shield
An army officer’s anti-stone-pelting tactic revives bitter memories of Kashmiris used as human shields
Azadi Means Many Things
National Magazine May 29, 2017
Cover Story
A new spectre roils Kashmir’s ravaged political landscape and sparks fierce debates. Even ­Islamist Hurriyat has to cede to the young hotheads who speak in the name of Islamic State.
Cops Call It Forced Surrogacy
National Magazine May 22, 2017
Cover Story
Trafficked, traded, enslaved, raped and made to conceive babies for adoption. Adivasi girls are turned into baby-making machines that fetch Rs 1-4 lakh per child.
National Magazine May 15, 2017
In & Around
Juicy gossip from in and around the subcontinent!
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine May 08, 2017
In & Around
Juicy gossip from in and around the sub-continent...
Deep Throat
National Magazine May 01, 2017
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Terror Singed Chinar Cops
National Magazine July 03, 2017
In restive Kashmir, the men in khaki bear the brunt of the rage on the streets and the terror of militants
Race Beyond Raisina
National Magazine July 03, 2017
BJP’s choice flummoxes Opposition. The party sets out to score more politically.
Our Opposition
National Magazine July 03, 2017
Where is our Opposition lacking? It seems their primary concern isn’t governance or emp­owerment, but immunity from prosecution.
The Autumn Of Thunder
National Magazine July 03, 2017
In these parts, revolution is local lore, a remembered epic in which everyone had a part—and all lives were touched
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine July 03, 2017
Who are the least obese people in the world? Who said only man can give triple talaq? Find out...
Middle Earth Moguls
National Magazine July 03, 2017
Good monsoon or bad, glut or drought, boom or bust...it’s always fair weather for the range of middlemen who come between the farmer and consumer. An anatomy of the trade.
Losses Flow Downward
National Magazine July 03, 2017
Agrarian crisis hits harder the closer one gets to the field from the plate
In The Shadow Of The Gun
National Magazine June 26, 2017
The miserably poor adivasis of Bastar are caught between two armies, that of the State and the Maoists. The latest Maoist ambush has only made lives worse for villagers.
Demo And Other Demons In The Barn
National Magazine June 26, 2017
The fresh farmer fury has a lot to do with demonetisation, bumper crop and a glut
Policing The Trust Ceiling
National Magazine June 26, 2017
J&K’s two ruling parties manage an uneasy peace over how high non-IPS officers can rise in the police set-up
Deep Throat
National Magazine June 26, 2017
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine June 26, 2017
Our very own PoK in Uttar Pradesh; How is Karnataka keeping its cop fit? Get all the juicy gossip from the neighbourhood...
They Aren’t Beggars
National Magazine June 26, 2017
As a society we have been terribly cruel to our cousins whom we have left behind in the farms to feed us in the cities...
Deep Throat
National Magazine June 19, 2017
A regular column on the essential buzz
A State Of Two And A Half CMs
National Magazine June 19, 2017
The scramble to the top in post-Jayalalitha Tamil Nadu gets curiouser, throwing up possibilities such as a mid-term change of chief minister
Ring-A-Ring Of Poses, Boys?
National Magazine June 19, 2017
The presidential election is perhaps a dead rubber for the Opposition. But the game becomes an experiment in unity.
Scripting A Good Ending
National Magazine June 19, 2017
To the PDP, ‘permanent solution’ means dialogue and the opposite to its ally, the BJP
A Food Strike, Not Hunger
National Magazine June 19, 2017
Post-UP loan waiver, Maharashtra farmers demand their due, and are refusing to budge until they get it
ISIS Whispers In God’s Own Country
National Magazine June 19, 2017
Young converts to Islam leaving their families ­behind stoke fears of extremist recruitment
Notwithstanding NDTV
National Magazine June 19, 2017
There is no middle ground any longer in Indian politics or journalism. You are either a Sanghi or a Presstitute.
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine June 19, 2017
Get all the juicy gossip from the neighbourhood...
First Hindu Rashtra Pati
National Magazine June 12, 2017
With key non-NDA parties starting to fall in line, the BJP inches closer to getting India a president from the RSS
The Reluctant Prezmakers
National Magazine June 12, 2017
Little hope of winning makes finding a presidential candidate a tough task for an unenthused Opposition
‘Crowds Will Go Crazy’
National Magazine June 12, 2017
Jaya and Karunanidhi out of the way, Rajinikanth now seeks a lead role in Tamil politics
Canoe In A Sea Of Opportunities
National Magazine June 12, 2017
Illnesses may have turned him into a figurehead, but the nonagenarian M. Karunanidhi has made sure the DMK can’t be imagined without him
“More Jobs Have Been Lost Than Created”
National Magazine June 12, 2017
Newly re-elected Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh president C.K. Saji Narayanan says that the NITI Aayog should be reorganised to suit the needs of “real India”...
Cow Soldiers Ride Buff Bazaar
National Magazine June 12, 2017
New anti-slaughter rules choke cattle ­markets, make farmers desperate
Peacock And Bull
National Magazine June 12, 2017
A slowdown in the country’s economy, lack of job growth, Saradha scam, Kerala government’s embarrassments are all forgotten as long as peacocks and beef hogs the headlines....
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine June 12, 2017
After Hilsa, mango politics between Dhaka and West Bengal; What is Baba Ramdev's leasing issue? Find out in this issue's subcontinental menu...
Morals And The Major
National Magazine June 05, 2017
An army officer’s anti-stone-pelting tactic revives bitter memories of Kashmiris used as human shields
Brother May Faze Behenji
National Magazine June 05, 2017
The oppressed unleash fresh wave of stir, this time led by a young lawyer. Can it alter politics in UP?
Beacon Of Change
National Magazine June 05, 2017
An IPS officer’s efforts have revamped the image of a village formerly known only for factional violence
Told In Stage Whispers
National Magazine June 05, 2017
Some artiste-politicians in Bengal balance work and career masterfully. Others are devoted to their offices.
Of Human Shields
National Magazine June 05, 2017
Can one of the largest and most disciplined armies of the world use human shields?
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine June 05, 2017
Is China using the old and loyal pigeons to keep an eye on Indian territory? Why is Karnataka importing sand? Get all the juicy gossip from the neighbourhood....
Azadi Means Many Things
National Magazine May 29, 2017
A new spectre roils Kashmir’s ravaged political landscape and sparks fierce debates. Even ­Islamist Hurriyat has to cede to the young hotheads who speak in the name of Islamic State.
Deep Throat
National Magazine May 29, 2017
A regular column on the essential buzz
Book-Keeper’s Miscalculation
National Magazine May 29, 2017
Mayawati has antagonised her right-hand man. Siddiqui’s ouster from BSP triggers fresh crisis in the party amid slide.
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine May 29, 2017
Puducherry's Segway-Police or the coffee-scented stamps- get all the juicy news from the neighbourhood...
Shaadi And Talaq
National Magazine May 29, 2017
Kapil Sibal got it completely wrong. What has faith got to do with a contract between two individuals?
How To Court The Personal
National Magazine May 29, 2017
Everyone wants personal laws reformed, but the triple talaq verdict would decide how it happens
Cops Call It Forced Surrogacy
National Magazine May 22, 2017
Trafficked, traded, enslaved, raped and made to conceive babies for adoption. Adivasi girls are turned into baby-making machines that fetch Rs 1-4 lakh per child.
From Pebbles To Bullets
National Magazine May 22, 2017
Turmoil is back in Kashmir’s apple countryside after a long gap. The fresh spurt in violence is distinctly Islamist.
An ‘Alien’ Flashpoint
National Magazine May 22, 2017
Opposition to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill becomes the first major hiccup for the BJP government in Assam
Democracy Begins At Home
National Magazine May 22, 2017
Decay is a biological reality in the life of parties. But why is AAP beset with a credibility crisis so soon?
Mirror, Mirror, Who’s Worse?
National Magazine May 22, 2017
BJP’s strategies for capturing Bengal—development and communalism—are in Mamata’s playbook too
Court Of The Absurd
National Magazine May 22, 2017
In mythology, the Sun God’s son is a tragic hero. But Justice Karnan, the first HC judge to be awarded jail term for contempt of court, has set a sad precedent.
End Of A Dream
National Magazine May 22, 2017
Kapil Mishra’s charges conclusively prove that the AAP is now just another political party, that too a below average one.
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine May 22, 2017
A power garden to ward off evil eye, taste of the Yogi mango: get all the juicy gossip from the neighbourhood...
13 Cooks Too Many
National Magazine May 22, 2017
The Congress hopes against hope for the entire ­Opposition to agree on a candidate for president
National Magazine May 15, 2017
Juicy gossip from in and around the subcontinent!
Love & Conversion
National Magazine May 15, 2017
How religion plays a huge role while unleashing violence over a woman’s soul...
‘Kashmir Could Lead To A Nuclear Accident If There Are No Talks’
National Magazine May 15, 2017
Hurriyat's Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, who is under house arrest, says that New Delhi knows whom to talk to resolve the Kashmir issue, but is deliberately avoiding it...
The Strange And Murky Estate Heist
National Magazine May 15, 2017
In the midst of the tussle within AIADMK, a break-in at Jayalalitha’s Kodanad retreat leads to much speculation and two suspicious deaths
Remember Your Humanity, Rebel
National Magazine May 15, 2017
A teenager’s journey from Delhi’s St Stephen’s to the starving hamlets of Bihar and the killing fields of militias is a personal history of the Naxal upsurge
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Juicy gossip from in and around the sub-continent...
Error In The Machine?
National Magazine May 08, 2017
AAP was not just another party. It came not as a regional force or a lobby—it deigned to be a universal alternative to everything. If the promise is fading, it must examine the mirror, not just the EVM.
‘I Won Because I Keep My Doors Open To Everybody’
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Urmila Yadav, 48, a housewife and long-time local activist won from Sangam Vihar-D Ward
Done In By More Theatrics Than Action
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Free water and cheap power can’t win you elections if the game of perceptions is lost. That could be AAP’s takeaway from its MCD debacle, but is the party willing to learn?
A Girl, A Basketball, A Stone
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Girl students pelting stones at the police in the heart of Srinagar marks a shift in the Kashmir unrest’s visual profile
Red Bumps On The Highway
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Delay in laying roads along a Maoist territory shows the maladies that continue to torpedo development
Peepli Live Minus Even The Satire
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Tamil agitations seek to thrive on spectacles to win, what else, eyeballs
Six Point Nothing
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Springing Chetan Bhagat into the DU syllabus sans framework
Kejriwal 2.0
National Magazine May 08, 2017
Can AK 2.0 make an impact after disastrous defeat in MCD polls?
Deep Throat
National Magazine May 01, 2017
A regular column on the essential buzz
They Alone Heard The Chorus Of Ants
National Magazine May 01, 2017
As Marxist-Leninists in Kerala fought facelessly, the People’s Cultural Forum exploded in creativity, with new idioms in literature, music, theatre, film and art
Piety Kills
National Magazine May 01, 2017
There is a very clear, artificial association of choice of food with piety. If it is an issue of strict adherence to ahimsa, then one man’s food cannot be as unsanatanic as another’s murder.
Paika Marks A New March
National Magazine May 01, 2017
The country’s east is BJP’s next terrain for political expansion. In Orissa, the first move is proving smart.
Stone Tools In Modern History
National Magazine May 01, 2017
There is now a problem bigger than militants on ­India’s hands: protests beyond the separatists’ control
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine May 01, 2017
How sacred lemons bring prosperity and other juicy stuff from the neighbourhood...
Why Look The Other Way?
National Magazine May 01, 2017
The CM cold-shoulders a ‘Khalistan-linked’ Sikh minister from Canada in India. Not all are pleased.
A Family Reined In By Ambition
National Magazine May 01, 2017
Sasikala kin’s greed for power has become its ­undoing in a state the BJP eyes with 2019 on its mind
Veil Can’t Hide This Sorrow
National Magazine May 01, 2017
The only question is, who will nullify the age-old Indian Muslim practice?
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