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The Deluge That United: Kerala Floods Washed Away Social Barriers
National Magazine October 01, 2018
Beyond Disaster
Kerala has never been torn asunder by riots, but a simmering, low-grade animus between communities keeps its social mosaic under strain.
Quid Pro Quo Arrangement Between BJP, TRS In Telangana?
National Magazine September 24, 2018
Poll Snap
Telangana pits gravy train maths against Opposition equation
The Deluge That United: Kerala Floods Washed Away Social Barriers
National Magazine October 01, 2018
Kerala has never been torn asunder by riots, but a simmering, low-grade animus between communities keeps its social mosaic under strain.
I See No Challenge; Congress Leaders Are Daydreaming: Shivraj Singh Chouhan
National Magazine October 01, 2018
In an interview to Outlook, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan says he sees no anti-incumbency because his party has worked hard in the state.
Capturing Mizoram Will Complete BJP's Mission Nor­theast
National Magazine October 01, 2018
Mizoram is the only state in the Northeast where the BJP is not in power, either on its own or in alliance.
Roar Not, Fear Not: Man-Tiger Conflict Roils Part Of Odisha
National Magazine October 01, 2018
Hundreds of villagers in Hatibari and surrounding villages demand that Sundari, the Royal Bengal tigress brought from Bandhavgarh wildlife sanctuary, be shifted back.
Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Is Only The Emblem Of A New Mobility
National Magazine October 01, 2018
The recent release of Chandrashekhar 'Ravan' is widely seen as damage control by the BJP, to mollify Dalits ahead of 2019.
Deep Throat
National Magazine October 01, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine October 01, 2018
From the great gold tiffin robbery from Nizam Museum in Hyderabad to infotainment for jail inmates in UP- read this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu.
Resumption Of India-Pak Dialogue Can Be Ruled Out Till 2019 Elections
National Magazine October 01, 2018
Resumption of the on-off dialogue process started in 1997 can be ruled out. This has become hostage to India insisting on stopping terrorism and Pakistan on starting talks on Kashmir first. The first window on dialogue will open after the 2019 elections.
Homes Of Kashmiri Pandits Abandoned Decades Ago, But Not Left Untouched
National Magazine October 01, 2018
Deserted Kashmiri Pandit homes caught in a haunting time capsule
Quid Pro Quo Arrangement Between BJP, TRS In Telangana?
National Magazine September 24, 2018
Telangana pits gravy train maths against Opposition equation
BJP Deploys Old Tactics To Stop Hardik Patel’s Hunger Strike
National Magazine September 24, 2018
Hardik Patel's deteriorating health prompted the politicians on his side to ask him to give up his fast and preserve his health “for the larger cause of farmers and for the bigger fight that lay ahead.”
Sound Of Silence In God’s Court
National Magazine September 24, 2018
Rumours fly as a nun’s ­allegation of rape by a ­bishop makes little headway
Panjab University Trumps Money-Muscle Politics This Election
National Magazine September 24, 2018
SFS, with Kanupriya as the candidate, managed to win the top post in the students council election at Panjab University, defeating ABVP’s candidate Ashish Rana by a margin of 719 votes.
In J&K, Tweet For A Tweet
National Magazine September 24, 2018
J&K militants mastered the use of social media. Army, police now aim to catch up.
Mental Health Suffers In Maharashtra’s Jails
National Magazine September 24, 2018
Psychiatric wings in Maharashtra’s jails have no resident doctors, only vis­iting psychiatrists.
Deep Throat
National Magazine September 24, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine September 24, 2018
In Chennai, a man has been locked in a legal tussle with a dead litigator. Meanwhile, in J&K, the lights are going out all over Dal Lake. Read this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu this week.
Verdict On Ayodhya Before CJI Dipak Misra Retires? No, Say Court Clocks
National Magazine September 24, 2018
The CJI, who retires in October, cannot give a ‘final verdict’ on Ayodhya, contrary to media speculation
Section 377: It’s Still A Long Road Ahead
National Magazine September 24, 2018
When a right is decriminalised, the most vulnerable feel the change the most
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