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Poornima Joshi

Articles by Poornima Joshi

'It Is Quite Impossible That Petrol Was Thrown From Outside Into The Coach'

'It Is Quite Impossible That Petrol Was Thrown From Outside Into The Coach'

Feb 21, 2005 Poornima Joshi INTERVIEWS U.C. Banerjee

Unperturbed by the accusations, the retired Supreme Court judge spells out why he is convinced that the fire...

Talaq, Talaq, Talaq

Talaq, Talaq, Talaq

Feb 07, 2005 Poornima Joshi

The three-way split in the AIMPLB fractures the facade of Muslim homogeneity

'I Have A Sense Of Unease About These Awards'

'I Have A Sense Of Unease About These Awards'

Feb 04, 2005 Poornima Joshi

The historian, who recently refused the Padma Bhusham, says while she appreciates that the current government...

'Coastal Rules Will Be Harsher'

'Coastal Rules Will Be Harsher'

Jan 24, 2005 Poornima Joshi INTERVIEWS A. Raja

The Union environment minister on the steps being taken to strengthen Coastal Regulation Zones norms

The Naked Coast

The Naked Coast

Jan 17, 2005 Sanjay Suri

The rape of CRZ norms is what exposed us. Will the Centre now kill CRZ altogether?

Me Too An IIT

Me Too An IIT

Dec 27, 2004 Poornima Joshi

With the success of its students, many countries now want an IIT of their own

Is Oesophagus The Pharynx?

Is Oesophagus The Pharynx?

Dec 06, 2004 Poornima Joshi

The Class 12 biology textbook thinks so. Errors like this are aplenty in the 238 NCERT textbooks reviewed.

Old Man And The Sickle

Old Man And The Sickle

Nov 29, 2004 Poornima Joshi ON Harkishan Singh Surjeet

Ninety may be no age to contest party posts. But the inscrutable Harkishen Singh Surjeet may, and win too....

Neutral For None

Neutral For None

Oct 25, 2004 Poornima Joshi

In his bid to appear 'fair', I&B minister Jaipal Reddy earns the ire of the Left and saffron right in equal...

The Media's Toy

The Media's Toy

Oct 04, 2004 Poornima Joshi

The 'public' plays cruel jury on a pregnant woman's life More Coverage

Beyond The Burqa

Beyond The Burqa

Oct 04, 2004 Poornima Joshi

Young Muslim women, they are a changing

Half Crescent

Half Crescent

Oct 04, 2004 Sugata Srinivasaraju

The new Muslim face is now showing. It is rooted, yet modern, and looking for a decent life.

'We Will Vote Against Them In Parliament'

'We Will Vote Against Them In Parliament'

Sep 20, 2004 Poornima Joshi INTERVIEWS Prakash Karat

The CPI(M) politburo member spells out the Left's assessment of the government's performance in its first 100...

Prince, Apprentice

Prince, Apprentice

Aug 16, 2004 Poornima Joshi

Being a Gandhi scion, Amethi expects miracles out of Rahul. He's giving it a shot.

It's Art, Sir Scissorhands

It's Art, Sir Scissorhands

Aug 09, 2004 Poornima Joshi

Filmmakers feel betrayed as the Congress promise to lift censorship remains dormant

Insiders Outsiders

Insiders Outsiders

Aug 02, 2004 Poornima Joshi

The party is playing the coterie game again as the 'outsiders' feel the heat

Write, Erase

Write, Erase

Jul 26, 2004 Sugata Srinivasaraju

A defunct education advisory board lives again. But will it survive the vicissitudes of politics—and work?

A Family Gone Astray

A Family Gone Astray

Jun 28, 2004 Poornima Joshi

Vajpayee fires another salvo, asking for Modi's head. The vertical split in the Sangh parivar is near...

The Law Vs The Legislator

The Law Vs The Legislator

Jun 21, 2004 Poornima Joshi

Murder, rape, criminal conspiracy, theft. It's all in a day's work for some of our more colourful MPs.

High Seas Storm Hits
Mainland

High Seas Storm Hits Mainland

Jun 14, 2004 Poornima Joshi