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Rajesh Joshi

Articles by Rajesh Joshi

"There Isn't Anywhere To Hide"?

Nov 09, 2015 Rajesh Joshi

Arundhati Roy's first interview after she returned the National Award for Best Screenplay which she won in...

Cinque Terre Diary

Cinque Terre Diary

Aug 12, 2013 Rajesh Joshi

It’s a hotspot for tourists with attitude, who don’t want the Rome-Venice-Florence rigmarole

'In Free India I Was Denied Entry'

'In Free India I Was Denied Entry'

Sep 26, 2011 Rajesh Joshi

'I have travelled to Iran, Pakistan... I have been to Syria, Lebanon, Egypt but I never faced any problems...

'The Press Decides Which Revolutions To Report'

'The Press Decides Which Revolutions To Report'

Sep 09, 2011 Rajesh Joshi

The celebrated dissenter on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, mass uprisings in the Arab world, the Anna Hazare...

The Northern Axis

The Northern Axis

Oct 22, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

As quid pro quo for its assistance, India is looking at Northern Alliance as a bulwark against Pakistan

Laden With Risk

Laden With Risk

Sep 24, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

A low-profile organisation comes under the scrutiny of intelligence agencies

A Kernel Of Truth

A Kernel Of Truth

Sep 17, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

A web of sheer lies, surrounding systemic neglect, describes the starvation-death scenario in Raigada. And...

Twist In A Tryst

Twist In A Tryst

Sep 10, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

What prompted the RSS chief to meet Dr Jagjit Singh Chauhan?

Kaleen Baggers

Kaleen Baggers

Sep 03, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

Paid-for sex. It's an integral part of deals struck in Delhi.

The Why Of A Murder

The Why Of A Murder

Aug 13, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

One week has yielded many suspects but few solid leads on the motive. Did Phoolan fall to politics, caste or...

The End Of Ideology

The End Of Ideology

Jul 16, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

K.N. Govindacharya becomes an invisible recluse and the only trace that can be found of him is in unsavoury...

Jatland's The Game

Jatland's The Game

Jul 09, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

Ajit Singh is the BJP's only hope, but Chautala plays the spoiler

The Temple Of Doom

The Temple Of Doom

Jun 25, 2001 Sutapa Mukerjee

The spectre of a crushing defeat haunts the BJP, compelling it to strike desperate alliances

Nothing Academic About It

Nothing Academic About It

Jun 18, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

A new home ministry guideline restricting foreign participation in conferences confounds Indian academics

A Borderline Case

A Borderline Case

Jun 11, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

Delhi hasn't ratified the Indira-Mujib accord, but nor has Dhaka

The Wages Of Dissent

The Wages Of Dissent

May 14, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

The swadeshi outfits live on government funding, their 'oppositional' politics notwithstanding

Trouble In The Backyard

Trouble In The Backyard

Apr 23, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

It won't admit it but the parivar wants to use the opportunity to regain the whip hand over the BJP

Smoke Signals And Gastric Trouble

Smoke Signals And Gastric Trouble

Apr 16, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

The Centre and state are busy passing the buck, even as the public and transporters run out of gas—and...

Eager Eagles

Eager Eagles

Apr 02, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

On the backfoot, the PM now has to deal with the Sangh's ambitions

The Safety Of Distance

The Safety Of Distance

Mar 26, 2001 Rajesh Joshi

It's red faces in the saffron camp as the RSS decries those involved as 'failed swayamsevaks'