February 22, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
Vote For Baba Ramdev?
It’s not really the joke it seems. The yoga guru is voicing a mass sentiment. It’s getting him attention, if not votes.
Mar 14, 2011
There Is No Other Way
Dr Binayak Sen resisted every effort to make this a personal story, insisting it is everyman’s
Feb 07, 2011
Witness the Night
wins the Costa First Book Award, a prestigious UK literary prize
Jan 31, 2011
‘Now, Economic Change Will Drive Indian Politics’
The author of
India: A Portrait—An Intimate Biography of 1.2 Billion People
on the many unpredictable ways in which India’s vibrant democracy is unravelling
Jan 17, 2011
Harbour Of Good Hope
Visakhapatnam’s tryst with destiny has been too long in the making
Jan 10, 2011
Dial D For Denims
Muzaffarnagar girls are standing up for their jeans and cellphones
Dec 20, 2010
The Word Become Flesh
The Sunset Club
, says the indefatigable Khushwant Singh, 96, is his swansong. Or so he says.
Dec 06, 2010
Rajinder’s Tikka Khanate
Along the way, a dhaba that crossed our path has grown up
Nov 01, 2010
The Cobra Goes To Greece
The indefatigable King of Sting is back with another yarn of match -fixing in chariot races and gory deaths
Oct 04, 2010
Wisps Of Trout
If you want the music turned down, as we did, then you are too old for Smoke House Deli.
Sep 27, 2010
A new book indicts Britain’s wartime PM for millions of deaths in the 1943 Bengal famine
Sep 06, 2010
The Commune Of Roots
The lonely, atomised farmer? There’s a new ilk out there—sharing, learning, and reaping.
Aug 23, 2010
The Pulitzer prize-winning
Wall Street Journal
reporter on her book,
, which inspired the Hollywood film, Extraordinary Measures
Aug 02, 2010
‘Development Is A Contraceptive’
India’s foremost demographer explains how India ended up with the world’s largest population despite 60 years of family planning.
Jul 26, 2010
A month after his book on Sonia Gandhi raised a storm, the author reflects on
The Red Sari
Jul 12, 2010
‘Khaps Have To Reform’
What explains the phenomenon of rising violence against couples flouting rules of arranged marriages?
Jul 12, 2010
Bhutan is swearing by happiness. But is it such a good thing?
Jun 14, 2010
The ’70s feminist icon looks back with pride
May 24, 2010
On Your Mercs
Driving a Merc is Aurangabad’s way of telling the world they’re not backward
May 17, 2010
On winning the Commonwealth Writers’ best book prize for Solo
Apr 26, 2010
Opinion: A Media House Should Come Under RTI–12 Commandments For A Trustworthy Press
Fearing Detention, Assam Woman Declared As Foreigner Goes Into Hiding
Donald Trump To Raise Issue Of Religious Freedom With Narendra Modi: White House
China 'Deliberately Delaying' Clearance For Flight To Evacuate Indians: Report
NZ Vs IND, 1st Test, Day 2: Kiwis In Control Despite India's Fightback
Seemingly Happiest People Often Suffer From Depression
Blog | Not Music Or Art, But It's 'Fear' That Binds Us Together
Restructuring Indian Railways’ Cadres: Is The Proposal Good For The Nation?
In Chasing Away Maoists, Odisha's Malkangiri Village Delivers Telling Message This R-Day
Satire | ‘Are You From The Tukde Tukde Gang Or The Khan Market Gang?’
Brave Of Deepika Padukone To Take A Stand When Mum Is The Word For Big Bollywood Stars
Bullied Boy Receives Support From Hugh Jackman, Others
No One Needs To Fear About CAA, NPR: Uddhav After Meeting PM Modi
Another Kerala Nun Levels Sexual Abuse Charges Against Bishop
Now, Donald Trump Says 10 Million People To Welcome Him In Ahmedabad
Girl Who Raised 'Pakistan Zindabad' Slogan Had Naxal Links: Yediyurappa
Pakistan Stays In FATF 'Grey List'; Warned Of Action If It Fails To Check Terror Funding
Noida-Faridabad Road, Blocked Due To CAA Protest, Re-opens Briefly After 69 Days
Who Will Represent India In Asia XI Vs World XI? Ganguly Reveals Names
Are Newsrooms Run By Political Masters? Why Are Editors Compromising On Truth Telling?
Kashmir Is 'Beautiful', But Not Conducive For Foreign Investment, Say Envoys After Visit
Opinion: Lutyen's Media's Attempt To Paint The Anti-CAA Agitation As 'Secular' Was Hypocritic
Coronavirus Outbreak Casts Shadow On Chinese Dreams At Tokyo Olympics
Nutrition Warriors | A Mizo Village's Fight To Ward Off Stunted Growth, Underweight Children
Union Budget 2020: What FM Nirmala Sitharaman Can Do To Pull Economy Out Of The Rut
Is Judiciary Living Up To The Indian Constitution @ 70?