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Has New Delhi really corrected a historical mistake by renaming Aurangzeb Road after APJ Abdul Kalam? The answer lies not in a reading of state-sponsored history, but in situating the Mughal emperor in the context of his time.
Aakar Patel
Web | Aug 30, 2015 
crime
The putrid plot of Sheena’s murder illuminates, but doesn’t explain, her tawdry, ruthless mother, Indrani Mukerjea
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Bollywood Music Special
Outlook asked 30 leading composers, lyricists and singers to name their all-time favourite Hindi film songs. Here are the top twenty.
Outlook Jury
Magazine | Jun 26, 2006 
Interview
Rupa's chairman R.K. Mehra on the big changes and challenges in the publishing industry.
Stuti Agarwal
Magazine | Aug 31, 2015 
opinion
Indrani epitomised it like no other, walking the edge of dark side
Dilip Bobb
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Rankings
IIT — Delhi, Mumbai and Kharagpur top the charts as always
Magazine | Jul 06, 2015 
crime
SFIO investigates the many levels of fraud the Mukerjeas committed in NewsX
Meetu Jain
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
excerpt
On the day Bhindranwale was declared killed, I, a Hindu stranger, was at his house. No one killed me for looking Hindu, but Sikhs in Delhi were massacred for being Sikhs.
Sanjay Suri | Extracts from 1984 The Anti-Sikh Violence And After By Sanjay Suri
Magazine | Jul 06, 2015 
politics: gujarat
The Patidar quota stir may yet spin off in dangerous directions
R.K. Misra
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Reportage
Indian space scientists have spent two decades trying to master the cryogenic propulsion stage of a rocket needed to haul a two tonne satellite into high orbits.
Ajay Sukumaran
Web | Aug 28, 2015 
Review
Sen’s sleuthing uncovers a miscarriage of justice in the Aarushi case. But its clean chit to the Talwars isn’t enough.
Dilip D'Souza on Aarushi By Avirook Sen
Magazine | Aug 31, 2015 
talking to arundhati
Arundhati Roy on what shaped her, what moves her, and what gets her to start writing.
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Aug 24, 2015 
economy: china meltdown
The RSS is made to overcome its China aversion by being told their loss is our gain
Prarthna Gahilote
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Opinion
The media is chasing funny, bizarre stories. What is new is that they do so even when a big and interesting serious story is breaking.
Aakar Patel
Web | Aug 30, 2015 
hiv-aids
Most cases in this UP district are linked to young males who migrated to Mumbai to earn a living
Priyadarshini Sen
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Movie Review
From Nax­a­­lism, corruption and Eme­rgency, there are too many issues Mehta dabbles in.
Namrata Joshi
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
economy: china meltdown
Could the Chinese freefall be an opportunity for domestic industry and ‘Make in India’?
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
essay
Christianity, a threat to Hinduism? Data and historical evidence prove otherwise.
Tony Joseph
Magazine | Apr 13, 2015 
Review
Kakar’s Bhartrhari agonises over love at its cynical and cruel best. Its painful glory is sung in exquisite poetry.
Gurcharan Das on The Devil Take Love By Sudhir Kakar
Magazine | Aug 24, 2015 
Snapshot of a community: population per state - the rich, the poor and the educated...
Magazine | Jun 04, 2007 
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Meetu Jain, Chander Suta Dogra, Madhavi Tata, Bula Devi, Prarthna Gahilote
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
rajasthan: hindu refugees
A lot of promises. But Hindu refugees from Pakistan still live as Nowhere People.
Pavithra S. Rangan
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
opinion
China’s just an exacerbating factor, Jakarta’s ills are internal
Pallavi Aiyar
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
kalam's journey
Rocket man, president and inspiration for generations of Indians, Abdul Kalam finally tells his story. Excerpts from his forthcoming autobiography.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam | Extracts from My Journey By A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Magazine | Aug 26, 2013 
Happenings
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
jump cut
Chinese stockmarket indices have crashed by half since June, as fears of a hard landing of China’s economy have gained widespread traction.
Venky Vembu
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
opinion
Green shoots of Ghalib: the irony would have pleased the poet
Hasan Suroor
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
A recent flurry of private institutes has helped improve the scene, especially in south India
Magazine | Jul 17, 2006 
Fractal Logic
The association between cycling and prostrate cancer is frightening news for a middle aged man who likes cycling.
Devangshu Datta
Web | Aug 27, 2015 
Remembrance
...once when she had the mental breakdown and now. I owe everything that I am today to my brief association with this magnificent woman. She was a rebel who lived life on her own terms, died on her own terms.
Mahesh Bhatt
Web | Jan 24, 2005 
Column
Business in bitesizes
Sunit Arora, Lola Nayar, Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Presidency
The so called People's Front dissolves, the Left looks for its own Muslim, while the congress goes into a funk on the nomination of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. Insights into the mind of the man.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Web | Jun 10, 2002 
ANNUAL OUTLOOK CFORE SURVEY
Top 10 schools in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh and the country's top residential schools
Magazine | Dec 16, 2002 
Magazine | Jun 30, 2008 
economy: china meltdown
All eyes are fixed on the president’s anti-corruption drive, and the man who has been tasked to do it
Pranay Sharma
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Last Page
You can’t escape potatoes in some form as this is Potato Land.
Kalyani Shankar
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
What if....
It would have brought about a disaster. Dalit representation in Indian politics would have been non-existent.
Manu Joseph
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004 
View From Israel
Who is the anti-Semite who has managed to bring all this evil about? No other than the Prime Minister of Israel himself.
Uri Avnery
Web | Aug 26, 2015 
cinema: thithi
Raam Reddy goes off the highway for a debut classic
Namrata Joshi
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
10 Questions
The filmmaker on her latest movie, The Path of Zarathustra
Stuti Agarwal
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
Opinion
India aspires to play a larger role for itself at the world stage. It can ill afford to be limited within South Asia
Pranay Sharma
Web | Aug 24, 2015 
A random sample from the British periodicals
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
View From Britain
There are already 14 universities in the UK offering Sanskrit at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Nabanita Sircar
Web | Aug 26, 2015 
Movie Review
At no point can we forget that this is a Tagore tale.
Dola Mitra
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015 
view from pak
The man widely regarded as Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf's right-hand man claims India is playing the Great Game inside Afghanistan and paints the possibility of it destabilising the region
Mariana Baabar
Magazine | Apr 24, 2006 
Remembrance
Abdullah Hussein's The Weary Generations lets us infer that the nation cannot be narrated except as the unforeseen catastrophe of a failed education in vitality.
Prashant Keshavmurthy
Web | Aug 26, 2015 
Interview
The chairman of Madurai-based Aravind Eye Care hospitals has some advice for the government
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Jun 25, 2012 
male prostitution
They are unintelligent and risque, crass and dirty. Yet they make anywhere between Rs 5,000 and Rs 20,000 a night. They are the Indian gigolos. Their world is about desire and passion. Of frustrated and loveless women. They are...
Shefalee Vasudev
Magazine | Sep 26, 2005 
What If....
Tibet would have been liberated; the loss of face would have made China retreat into its shell instead of becoming an aggressive imperialist....and of course India's Marxists would have been defanged.
Rajeev Srinivasan
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004 
books: extract
Vignettes from the veteran journalist's overarching autobiography, a sort of a fly-on-the-wall account from Mountbatten to Manmohan.
Kuldip Nayar | Extracts from Beyond The Lines By Kuldip Nayar
Magazine | Jul 09, 2012