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The mutiny as seen through literature, folksong, missives and a canonical episode
Is what we'd do if we hang the story of 1857 by a single thread. The mutiny was a more multi-faceted event.
Where there is a larger--historic or poetic--point to be made, the rechristening of streets makes sense....
Right time, right place. It was 1857 that made Mangal Pandey, not the other way round.
Tells the story of the ASI as a grand official enterprise, and it is no drab institutional history...
Would we have remained the old-style, cart-dependent consumers that most of us were? Would we have remained...
A sober, analytical demonstration of the "various tellings" of the sack of Somnath
In this exceedingly well-informed, passionately conceived and elegantly written 'Nehru Charit', Tharoor has...
A multi-layered, sensitive account of the making of the heroic legend of Shivaji.
How does a balding mid-50s nation, besieged from within by a trident imperviousness to the laws of the land...
His deification wasn't as dramatic as the uses his name was put to
A disappointed enthusiast provides an impassioned, informed and intelligent polemic
An evocative account of travels in Islamic Iran, Pakistan and Indonesia marred by a deep-seated bias
Bihar Is In A Mess And We’ll Change It: Yashwant Sinha
Opinion | To Push Back China's Growing Belt And Road Initiative Will Be India's Main Challenge
The Troll Invasion
Frieze On A Screen
Gangster Vikas Dubey, Wanted In Killing Of 8 Policemen, Arrested
Planet Outlook Ep 05: India’s Misunderstood Rivers With Manoj Mishra
The Outlier Ep5 - Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, in conversation with Satish Padmanabhan
Bollywood TALKies with Outlook Episode 9 : Anupam Kher