AMBEDKAR 125: THE QUASQUICENTENNIAL SPECIAL
The true riddle of Ambedkar is: why did he consider himself a Hindu at all, despite having seen the ugly side of discrimination and his trenchant criticism of the religion?
PRARTHNA GAHILOTE, BULA DEVI
Dr Anne Dambricourt-Malassé, a palaeoanthropologist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research, on the significance of the Masol fossil findings
S.ANAND INTERVIEWS CHANDRA BHAN PRASAD
Caste As Gang: Why Hindu Society Is 'Anti-Social' Ambedkar saw exactly how Hindu society, 'cut off' from itself and anti-social at its roots, is no society at all. It is foolhardy, therefore, to imagine it as a unified nation.