July 15, 2020

Neeraj Mishra

  • A Vegetable Vendor Trades Her Life-Savings To Build A Ward For The Poor
    A Vegetable Vendor Trades Her Life-Savings To Build A Ward For The Poor

  • Ante-Natal Cramps
    Ante-Natal Cramps

    The new state's birth throws up many posers. Where will its government sit is just one of them.

  • Splitting Headache
    Splitting Headache

    The new states aren’t complaining. But for their parents, it will be a painful parting of ways.

  • The Ethnified Nation
    The Ethnified Nation

    More than India's political map, the creation of new states could redraw political alignments

  • Megawatt Thieves
    Megawatt Thieves

    Big industries no longer clamour for power, they simply steal it

  • So Whose Law Is It Anyway?
    So Whose Law Is It Anyway?

    An unseemly tussle of authority erupts over who'll rap Digvijay

  • Cheat Fund Company
    Cheat Fund Company

    As Prabhakar plays out his 'cricket's messiah' role, new evidence places him in the thick of a multi-crore...

  • The Literacy Tradesmen
    The Literacy Tradesmen

    A motley bunch of investors have a new field: education

  • His Law Of The Land
    His Law Of The Land

    Kabhai Chauhan is not only the richest police inspector in the country but a king of scams

  • A Retired Colonel And His Army Of Schoolchildren Give Sagar A Facelift
    A Retired Colonel And His Army Of Schoolchildren Give Sagar A Facelift

  • Hybrid Spaces
    Hybrid Spaces

    A ‘global’ aesthetics is moving into India’s smaller cities, and it reflects new-age...

  • Collective Wisdom
    Collective Wisdom

    The Dewas experiment shows a way out of the crisis

  • Fire In The Soil
    Fire In The Soil

    A callous administration ignored indicators. Result: India may see one of the worst famines in over a century.

  • Class Struggle
    Class Struggle

    The country’s poor are determined to put their kids through school. But can the infrastructure cope?

  • The Joy Of One
    The Joy Of One

    Defying the 'lonely child' stereotype, an increasing number of urban couples are opting for one offspring

  • Red Blimp In Bastar
    Red Blimp In Bastar

    CM Digvijay needs political will to counter ultra-left insurgency

  • Reign Of The Middle Order
    Reign Of The Middle Order

    A eunuch is the mayor of Katni, three others win civic elections and democracy turns a new leaf

  • King Of The Square Ring
    King Of The Square Ring

    Digvijay Singh thrams the Bajrang Dal over its conclave venue and shows how the Sangh can be made to buckle

  • Ethical Cleansing
    Ethical Cleansing

    For a right wing that revels in the politics of identity, Deepa Mehta’s film is the water of life itself

  • Down In Pitsburgh
    Down In Pitsburgh

    This is Patalkot - 2,000 feet below civilisation

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