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Independence Day Special

Issue Date : 25 August 2014

Opinion

It’s Not About The Numbers

There is a broader—and deeper—meaning to democracy. Part of that ideal is the idea that every tessera in the mosaic can sparkle.


Opinion

The Quest And The Questions

The Constitution is armoured with the ‘basic structure’ doctrine, so it will be insurmountably difficult to establish a Hindu Rashtra

Opinion

Minority Rules

The dissenting judge is a powerful voice


Opinion

Common Cause

Forget BJP, the Congress must curb its communalism

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Opinion

Project History

This is the stage where all Muslim tropes live


Making A Difference

“It’s Shocking India Is Siding With A Rogue State”

The editor-in-chief of Rai al-Youm on the Israel project and the massacre in Gaza.


Opinion

To Draw A Line

Saudi challenge: Wahabism in a new neighbourhood


Opinion

The Cult Of Us

Rajapaksa’s Sri Lanka stubbornly excludes minorities


Making A Difference

“Muslims Pose A Threat In Sri Lanka”

General secr­etary of the Sri Lankan ultra-nationalist Buddhist organisation Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) on charges of being the mastermind of many anti-Muslim riots


Opinion

Still Afester

Partition has been exposed as a bad idea, since ’47


Making A Difference

“Be Very Wary Of The Cult Of The Strong Leader”

The emeritus professor of politics at Oxford on the importance of dissenting voices


Miscellaneous

Delhi Diary

Because leftists have allegedly distorted how we interpret the past, it does not mean the PM should give encouragement to beliefs which are laughable.


Art & Entertainment

Entertainment

Usual slapstick, loud and hammy acting, cringingly incorrect humour and corny lines.


Art & Entertainment

Shubhendra Rao

The Delhi-based musician is keen to introduce music education to every child in India.


Society

Eating At Tihar’s Court

No, the food bears no semblance to the runny yellow dal and coarse rice that goes for jail food in Bollywood.


National

Seven Days

The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt




National

Overwhelming Down The Ages

A historical walkthrough of how majoritarianism has made appearances in idea and practice....


Society

Asuras? No, Just Indians

A common Gondi and a venerable Ravana will hopefully forge a Gond cultural identity


Society

The Majority Is Hungry

In 2012, student groups made a dietary—and political—demand: beef on the menu


National

Numerocracy

Will the majoritarian project subvert the very democratic tradition that has brought the BJP to power?


Society

The Mappila Songs

Malappuram, carved out for a religion, now holds a key to Kerala


Sports

Sachin Tendulkar

I shall return to the House, sign my name and hope my arrears will be paid with retrospective effect and without any cuts


National

No Grainy Images

TRAI moves to put media houses in order