Tuesday, 20 Aug 2019
the fully loaded magazine
EAT, PRAY, LIVE
IN & AROUND
Eat, Pray, Live
'They Killed Him...'
Close friends say an ugly tug-of-war within the PMO put a huge strain on the late J.N. Dixit that he couldn't withstand
Mar 28, 2005
Worth The Mani
JN will be a hard man to replace, but possible successor MK is a good bet
Jan 17, 2005
Though pegged to personal interactions, has a delightful undercurrent of history and international politics.
Mar 10, 2003
DLF -- will it become another Greater Kailash?
Feb 25, 2002
Forward Line Notes
Finally, a book that eschews theory and focuses on the Kargil conflict from the perspective of the ordinary footsoldier
Apr 10, 2000
For A Policy Umbrella
Since India can't be rid of party politics, it needs to evolve a new consensus around vital policy areas.
May 03, 1999
No More Morality Bombs
Instead of condemning, the attempt should be to bring NATO and Milosevic back to the negotiation table.
Apr 19, 1999
A Bit Too Combat-Ready
There must have been thoughtless abrasivness on the part of the ministry to bring matters to such a pass
Jan 18, 1999
Pride And Pragmatism
While Japan might have stopped economic aid, it has placed no restrictions on Japanese entrepreneurs in India.
Dec 28, 1998
Of wars and naval manoeuvres
Dec 07, 1998
A Tiny Step Forward
It's time India suggests a solution to the Kashmir issue by converting the Line of Control into the Indo-Pak border
Nov 02, 1998
A diplomat recalls a multi-hued career, in black and white
Oct 05, 1998
Dawdling At Durban
Sep 21, 1998
Blasting A Straitjacket
Between 1974 and 1996 Pakistan acquired nuclear weapons and missile delivery systems. China emerged as a major nuclear power. The Pokhran tests were a logical, legitimate response to this.
Jun 01, 1998
An engrossing anthology with undue emphasis on English
May 11, 1998
Pakistan's 'success' in test-firing the Ghauri calls for strategic analysis, not political bravado
Apr 20, 1998
Hush...The Bomb Squad
The West is sure to intensify pressure on New Delhi to kowtow on non-proliferation
Mar 23, 1998
No One's Above The Law
The abusal of immunity in public exhibited by the wife of an Algerian diplomat must be viewed seriously by both the MEA and the Algerian embassy
Mar 02, 1998
Travels In Hyper- Reactivity
Dec 29, 1997
I had the dubious privilege of appearing before Justice Milap Chand Jain's Commission on April 11 and 12, 1996, and again on April 9, 1997.
Nov 24, 1997
Chidambaram Denied Anticipatory Bail In INX Media Case; CBI, ED Teams Visit His House
Who Is Ratul Puri, Kamal Nath's Nephew Arrested In Rs 354-Cr Bank Fraud Case?
Pakistan Says Will Approach ICJ Over India's Move On Kashmir
Government Extends Deadline For Filing Appeals Against Non-Exclusion In NRC
Chandrayaan-2 Enters Moon's Orbit, ISRO Chief Says September 7 To Be 'Terrifying'
Indian Armed Forces, Civilians Continue To Bleed In Internal Conflicts, But Do We Care?
On India's 73rd Independence Day, A Letter to Pehlu Khan
The Valley Has Fallen Into Rigor Mortis
BBC, Northern Ireland, And Kashmir – Where Shekhar Kapur Got It Wrong
Euphoria On Abrogation Of Article 370 Is Wearing Off, Only Time Will Tell Full Meaning Of This Move
The Little Sleep I Get Is Filled With Nightmares About Home: Kashmiri Living In Delhi On J&K
India's E-Tourist Visa Fee To Be Based On Tourist Footfall
Ahead Of DU's Student Union Polls, ABVP Amid Criticism Installs Savarkar's Statue Outside Campus
63 Dead This Monsoon Season In Rain-Ravaged Himachal Pradesh
Mumbai Terror Attack Mastermind Hafiz Saeed Challenges His Arrest In Pakistan Court
Why 'Sacred Games' Is Giving This Indian Man In UAE Sleepless Nights
Ahead Of State Polls, Amit Shah Holds Meet With BJP Leaders, Assigns Them Key Roles
NZ Cricket’s Same-Sex Couple, Satterthwaite-Tahuhu, Announces Pregnancy
AUS Batsmen Who Must Step Up In Smith's Absence
In Not So Liberal India, How Drag Kings Durga And Bidisha Are Giving Sexuality A New Shakti
Korea Border Diary
Geography Becomes History: Will Abrogation of Article 370 Bring Peace to Kashmir?
Ensure Zero Hunger Deaths By 2040
Election Slogans That Once Announced Left Campaigns Have Vanished
Election Slogan - The Key Signature Of Political Hope
Rahul Gandhi's Entry In Wayanad Unlikely To Shore Up Congress' Fortunes In South
Latest Pop Among Indian Vacationers: Holiday On A Cruise
COPYRIGHT & DISCLAIMER
OUTLOOK TOPICS :
or just type initial letters