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Narendra Modi: Pradhan Sevak Above All Else | By Nirmala Sitharaman
National Magazine August 20, 2018
Narendra Modi
Once an outsider to Delhi’s power ­corridors, PM Narendra Modi learned the ropes like an ­apprentice and took the world by storm, writes Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
In J&K, Pellet Victims Get Together To Share Tales Of Pain And Suffering
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Positive Vision
After a hail of 1.3 million pellets by security forces, some victims get together to rehabilitate in Kashmir
Narendra Modi: Pradhan Sevak Above All Else | By Nirmala Sitharaman
National Magazine August 20, 2018
Once an outsider to Delhi’s power ­corridors, PM Narendra Modi learned the ropes like an ­apprentice and took the world by storm, writes Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
Sonia Gandhi: Legend Of The Renunciate | By Shashi Tharoor
National Magazine August 20, 2018
Sonia Gandhi’s story is extraordinary on every level. Fairytales do no justice, writes Congress MP Shashi Tharoor.
Chasms Of Middle Earth
National Magazine August 20, 2018
The unscripted reign of the commons’ king and the crossroads he stares at
Ramdev: The Baba Of Big Bucks | By Sadhguru
National Magazine August 20, 2018
Combining commercial success with simplicity, Baba Ramdev is a class apart, writes Sadhguru.
Quest For A Green Truth | By Medha Patkar
National Magazine August 20, 2018
Madhav Gadgil’s vision and work put people’s rights and justice at the centre of saving the environment, writes social activist Medha Patkar.
Dalit Movement Needed Leader Who Would Demand Power, Chandrashekhar Stepped Up
National Magazine August 20, 2018
So far, Dalits had been told to aspire for nice clothes, to look good and build big houses…these are fine dreams, but they obliterate Dalit identity in a way. After Chandrashekhar, they can reclaim who they are—chamar.
Bezwada Wilson: Tireless Warrior Tracing Lines Of Oppression | By Aruna Roy
National Magazine August 20, 2018
Bezwada Wilson has transformed himself into an extraordinary activist, a great campaigner against discrimination and ­injustice, and a mesmerising speaker, writes Aruna Roy.
Raghuram Rajan: Stock In Trade | By A.K. Bhattacharya
National Magazine August 20, 2018
Raghuram Rajan crafted a new monetary policy framework, laid grounds for attacking banking ills and spoke his unbiased mind, writes A.K. Bhattacharya.
Karunanidhi: Episodes From The Script
National Magazine August 20, 2018
The Dravidian veteran’s influence on Tamil society and politics was unique. He practised realpolitik, masterminded reforms, stayed on course during adversity and played patriarch.
Century Makers: 20 Icons & 1 Con
National Magazine August 20, 2018
It’s been a short century—still in its teens. But India already has a gallery of epoch-makers.
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine August 20, 2018
In The Subcontinental Menu this week, read about an ashram in UP's Raebareli which has launched a pen made of paper, and a Sikh priest in England who has grown what might be the world’s longest cucumber.
In J&K, Pellet Victims Get Together To Share Tales Of Pain And Suffering
National Magazine August 13, 2018
After a hail of 1.3 million pellets by security forces, some victims get together to rehabilitate in Kashmir
Odisha Finally Bridges A Remote Corner
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Stuck in a swamp of Maoist threat and red tape for 36 years, Odisha finally bridges a remote corner
The Unquiet Dalit Street
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Growing disquiet in the community is pushing Dalit leaders in the NDA to a tight corner
Deep Throat
National Magazine August 13, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine August 13, 2018
A godos wagon train arrived at its destination after 4 your years and Manohari Gold Tea was sold for a record Rs 39,001 at an auction. Read all this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu this week.
Demand For A New State Arises In North Karnataka
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Demand for a new state arises in north Karnataka—sunk in underdevelopment and neglect for generations
NRC And After: The Curtains Rise On A Political Potboiler
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Curtains rise on a potboiler as the final NRC draft spins a political punch-up in Assam and beyond
Modicare Doesn't Address Glaring Concerns Of Past Healthcare Plans
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Modicare ambitiously plans healthcare for the poor, but doesn’t address the glaring concerns of past efforts
Protection For Unruly Data
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Europe’s shown the data protection way with the GDRP, India intends to follow, but the road is tricky
Rafale Deal: Political Slugfest Over Critical Defence Equipment Should Be Avoided
National Magazine August 13, 2018
Generic, unsubstantiated allegations over critical equipment vitiate the defence procurement process and put decision-makers on the defensive
We Are All Harappans
National Magazine August 13, 2018
The Rakhigarhi project shines light on an old enigma: the ­Harappans were genetically ‘Ancestral South Indian’ stock. Which is to say, all of us in South Asia are their children.
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