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For over 500 years, migrants have settled down in India and contributed to a splendiferous intermingling of ideas
Jonathan Gil Harris
Magazine | Feb 02, 2015
Centuries of exchanges remind us that democracy is a process
Nico Slate
Magazine | Feb 02, 2015
Twenty-five years into exile, a Pandit selects memory props to remind him like shrapnel pain of the day his family looked its last upon Kashmir Valley
Rahul Pandita
Magazine | Jan 26, 2015
islamist terror
Jehad is both holy war and inner spiritual struggle in the Quran. Its followers have to learn to read it right.
Hasan Suroor
Magazine | Jan 26, 2015
For The Record
'Indian mathematicians learned something from Babylonians, Greeks and Romans, they also taught some brilliantly new ideas to mathematicians elsewhere in the world.'
Amartya Sen
Web | Jan 13, 2015
Few, including sitting MP Narendra Modi perhaps, know of the Mahatma’s enduring relationship with the city
Ramachandra Guha
Magazine | Jan 19, 2015
In an age of distractions, reading stills the senses, a much fuller world in which one learns to hear what’s not there, to see what’s never shown
Pico Iyer
Magazine | Jan 12, 2015
2014 The Year That Was
Despite the upbeat feeling, things are seeming to stall. Modi’s one-man show and the mischief of saffron outfits are his biggest weakness.
Siddharth Varadarajan
Magazine | Jan 12, 2015
Book Extract
As the thespian celebrates his birthday, we revisit an evocative part of his autobiography describing the vivid colours, the smells and the seasons of the land where he was born
Dilip Kumar
Web | Dec 11, 2014
Nobel Lecture
'...and I am convinced that the writers of the future will safeguard the succession just as every generation has done since Homer ...'
Patrick Modiano
Web | Dec 09, 2014
While the ‘Shahi’ Imam of the Jama Masjid in Delhi has been much in the news lately, he is not alone—there are atleast three others with similar ‘Shahi’ delusions.
C.M. Naim
Web | Nov 26, 2014
essay: hindutva
Its epic transgressions surely cannot be the underpinning of the Sangh parivar’s Hindutva
Sumanta Banerjee
Magazine | Dec 01, 2014
Grimmer than the risible mytho-babble from Batra and Modi is the insidious campaign to throttle opinion. Why is everyone silent?
Kiran Nagarkar
Magazine | Nov 24, 2014
Book Extract
On the 39th death death anniversary of Sachin Dev Burman (October 1, 1906 to October 31, 1975), a look back at the last three years of the maestro's life
Khagesh Dev Burman
Web | Oct 31, 2014
It’s a palm-sized electronic alter ego. It both chains us and invests us with a new freedom.
Mukul Kesavan
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
Rivals join in coalition in the fraught politics of Afghanistan
William Dalrymple
Magazine | Oct 13, 2014
Book Extract
The Navratri are a time of avoidance of certain foods rather than complete abstinence and while there is an emphasis on purification and cleansing, food is still at the heart of the celebrations
Pamela Timms
Web | Oct 03, 2014
Book Excerpt
On S.D. Burman's 108th birthday recalling his magical teaming up and finally splitting with Sahir, and the 'rediscovery' of Geeta Dutt
Sathya Saran
Web | Oct 01, 2014
Full Text: 7th NCM Annual Lecture
'My apprehension is that Hinduism is somehow changing its benign face because, and only because it is believed and proudly proclaimed by a few (and not contradicted by those at the top): that it is because of their faith and belief that HINDUS have been now put in the driving seat of governance.
Fali S. Nariman
Web | Sep 14, 2014
6th Dilip Sardesai Memorial Lecture
Not just technical advice but anecdotes and stories about former cricketers, legends, and matches—our parampara belongs not just to cricket but all walks of life
Rahul Dravid
Web | Sep 13, 2014
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