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Deep Throat
National Magazine September 17, 2018
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Deep Throat
National Magazine September 10, 2018
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Deep Throat
National Magazine September 17, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine September 17, 2018
Why the ongoing Jangalmahal Cup is embroiled in an ugly dispute? Why does Punjab government plan to import sexed semen from US and British companies? Read to find out in this week's The Subcontinental Menu.
Why Families Of J&K Policemen Bear The Brunt Of Militants
National Magazine September 17, 2018
For the first time, the kith and kin of policemen in J&K find themselves in the crosshairs of militants’ rage
Why Pune Is Becoming A Battleground Of Political Ideologies?
National Magazine September 17, 2018
Why a culture, education, upwardly mobile IT hub is becoming a battleground of political ideologies?
Rights Activists Arrest: This Law Is An Ass
National Magazine September 17, 2018
Arresting activists is an attack on dissent in keeping with UAPA’s history
Silver Bullet Or Booster Dose? Healthcare In Three BJP-Ruled States Needs Both
National Magazine September 17, 2018
Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chha­ttisgarh together account for nearly half the number of primary health centres running without doctors in the country. The three poll-bound states have a medical emergency of a different kind.
A Closed Kingdom: Kerala’s Tribals Aren’t Getting Vital Post-Flood Aid
National Magazine September 17, 2018
When Kerala faced its worst flood in a century, the tribal population was first in the firing line. But forest officials are forbidding relief workers and media from entering Adivasi colonies.
In Assam, Muslims Are Warming Up To Family Planning Methods
National Magazine September 17, 2018
Muslims constitute nearly 35 per cent of Assam’s 33 million people and the high birth rate among the community is a major source of friction over the state’s most volatile issue—undocumented immigrants, especially those from neighbouring Bangladesh.
How Things Are Changing In Indian Railways
National Magazine September 17, 2018
Things are changing in railways with more power and freedom to spend at the lower tiers
Deep Throat
National Magazine September 10, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine September 10, 2018
Why members of India's archery squad are required to visit crematoria at night to Bombay High Court's 'Baywatch' reference on need to adopt modern means. Read this and much more in this week's The Subcontinental Menu.
Who Killed Gauri, Kalburgi, Dabholkar, Pansare? The Puzzle Cracks, Slowly
National Magazine September 10, 2018
A year after Gauri Lankesh's murder, the trail of a network of radical Hindu right-wing operatives that investigators in Karnataka have been piecing together now appears to be widening, and their paths criss-crossing.
As DMK Chief, Stalin Has To Keep His Flock Together
National Magazine September 10, 2018
As DMK chief, Stalin has to keep his flock together, set an agenda and meet challenges
Kernel Of A Tragedy
National Magazine September 10, 2018
Mango-seed poisoning kills three adivasis in an Odisha village
The KCR Gambit: Political Debate Heats Up Over Early Telangana Elections
National Magazine September 10, 2018
K. Chandrasekhar Rao wants to dissolve the state assembly and opt for early elections. He has had successive meetings within his cabinet, followed by extended party meets attended by off­ice-bearers, MPs and MLAs in New Delhi.
Underground Art: The Unique Caves Of Meghalaya Hold Many Secrets
National Magazine September 10, 2018
Brian Dermot Kharpran Daly, founder of the Meghalaya Adventurers’ Association in the early 1990s, and his team have discovered more than 1,700 caves so far. These include the ‘Fairy Cave’— Krem Puri—the world’s longest sandstone cave measured to an astonishing 24.5 km, nearly three times that of Mt Everest.
Does RSS Evoke A Sense Of Parallel Authority?
National Magazine September 10, 2018
Is the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) a secretive fraternity with its own idea of India? Questions abound as it seeks to mainstream itself.
Anatomy Of A Flood
National Magazine September 10, 2018
Was the deluge so terrible because of poor planning and meddling with ­nature? Environmental concerns must come to the fore as Kerala rebuilds.
Sharper Than Naked Injustice
National Magazine September 10, 2018
Journalists small and mighty suffered the Emergency defiantly, then resisted and defeated plans to muzzle the press. We look towards their example in gathering dusk.
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