November 22, 2019
the fully loaded magazine
Eat, Pray, Live
Wanted: Helping Hands
A fractious UF anoints I.K. Gujral as India's 12th PM. But how long will he last?
Apr 30, 1997
How Not To Fight The Bjp
Myopic anti-BJP collaborations in Delhi are no good. What's needed is a return to the grassroots.
Apr 23, 1997
Kesri Declares War
BUT,CAN HE WIN THE BATTLE?
Apr 16, 1997
Federal In February?
The winning formula—power to the states—must not remain a Budget slogan
Mar 12, 1997
Tragic Soap Opera
Feb 12, 1997
A strategic analysis, no more
Jan 22, 1997
The Right To Reject
The scene is a familiar tableau of disgust and disappointment awash in the light of non-accountability
Jan 01, 1997
Uncivilised And Uncalled For
Nov 06, 1996
About years ago a gentleman called T.N. Seshan started hitting the headlines with monotonous regularity
Oct 23, 1996
The Pre-'53 Level Of Autonomy Will Restore The Honour Of The People'
Gearing up to face the challenges of chief ministership, a sombre
speaks to Padmanand Jha about his plans for the future of Kashmir. Excerpts:
Oct 16, 1996
Celebrations Can Wait
Farooq Abdullah has won the mandate he wanted. But he heads a broken polity and the guns could boom yet again.
Oct 16, 1996
What After Thackeray?
He is called fascist, but he has created Maharashtra's most popular party. He is accused of nepotism, but his family may not be able to live up to him.
Sep 25, 1996
Manu Reigns Yet
Aug 21, 1996
Those Fatal Flaws Again
OUR leaders refuse to learn from past mistakes
Jul 10, 1996
Preparing For The Grand Finale
May 29, 1996
Putting Up a Brave Front
The NF-LF is cautiously optimistic about gaining power, but the X factor remains Rao
May 29, 1996
Crooked Pillars Of Democracy
May 15, 1996
Which Way Will He Rule?
Without clear-cut constitutional guidelines, President S.D. Sharma will face a difficult task in the event of a hung Parliament
May 15, 1996
Search For A Third Alternative
In the efforts for a non-BJP coalition at the Centre, all potential allies have just one condition: dump Narasimha Rao
May 08, 1996
Fighting A Lone Battle
A scholar out of sync with the mases, a leader alienated from his party, or a PM who decides not to decide and yet marks an epoch? PRASHANT PANJIAR captures the enigma as he seeks another term.
May 01, 1996
Uddhav Thackeray Meets Sharad Pawar At Midnight Over Maharashtra Govt Formation
Ex-RBI Governor Says $5 Trillion Economy By 2025 'Simply Out Of Question'
'Break-Up With BJP Was Inevitable', Says AJSU Leader Sudesh Mahto
'Sanskrit Can't Be Shackled': Students, Teachers Support Muslim Professor's Appointment
JNU VC Deserves Compliment -- For Passionate Zeal To Destroy Varsity
Given Opportunity, BSNL Can Emerge As Top Telecom Company From Turmoil
One Hundred Days Of Solitude In Kashmir’s News World
How T. N. Seshan's Poll Clean-up Operation Actually Helped Lalu Yadav In Bihar
Domestic Violence Can Be Isolated, Repetitive Or Even Span Generations
Bollywood’s Double Whammy For Bald People Is Regressive, Not Cool
When Asked To Bend, We Turned To Kafka, George Orwell
'Head Smashed, Legs Broken': Sena Leader Warns Those Who Try To Poach Party MLAs
Quid Pro Quo
Did Take Place: US Envoy To Trump's Impeachment Inquiry
'Don't Treat It Lightly': Hema Malini Raises Monkey Menace Issue In LS
Government Bails Out Telecom Sector But Several Challenges Remain
'Big Scam': Congress Stages Walkout In Lok Sabha Over Electoral Bonds
Day-Night Test PREVIEW: Kohli's IND Clear Favourites Against Struggling BAN
Who's In, Who's Out: Indian Squads For West Indies Series Announced
Shooting WC Finals: India's Golden Trio Claim Top Honours In China
What Next After Ayodhya? How Constructive Will BJP-RSS Gameplan Be?
Of Ideologies And Compromises: Post Ayodhya Verdict, Congress Romp With Shiv Sena Not Surprising
Stream Of Main Paradox
Fashion Unlimited: Sikh Community Gives Pugree Jewel-In-The-Crown Treatment
Amid 'Civil Disobedience', Kargil Revolts Against Leh, Kashmir On Thin Ice
Road To Khalsa
Delay In Opening Jagannath Temple's Ratna Bhandar Sullying Naveen Patnaik's Transparency Mantra
Political Tug-O-War Over Tipu Sultan Leaves Students, Teachers In The Lurch