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Pawn Mapping
National Magazine June 18, 2018
Damage Plan
The Gauri Lankesh murder probe points to more sinister plots
Strikes Well Staggered
National Magazine June 11, 2018
Capital Duel
AAP still has big political plans. But BJP has its ways to check the rival’s ways.
  • Modi@4
    The poor are empowered like never before. No wonder Modi has no challenger.
  • Modi@4
    A crash like no other. Yet if you question, it amounts to nothing less than treason.
  • The Insider
    A regular column on the essential buzz
  • Last Page
    Each spy chief had had his doubts as the book progressed. Durrani was getting cold feet, Dulat twice privately wondered whether it was worth going ahead, reminisces journalist Aditya Sinha who collaborated with the two for a first-of-its-kind spy book.
  • In & Around
    Is it time for cricket’s coin toss to go out of the window; Odisha becomes the ninth state where the black panther has been sighted in the wild; UP's women cops are getting a makeover. Read all the juicy gossips here...
  • Card Sharps
    A cashless healthcare scheme for the poor in Rajasthan is unconscionably milked by private hospitals
  • Sting In Tail
    Journalism or sensationalism? Cobrapost’s sting operation on media houses adds fuel to an ongoing ethical debate.
Pawn Mapping
National Magazine June 18, 2018
The Gauri Lankesh murder probe points to more sinister plots
A Singular Yet Lesser Win
National Magazine June 18, 2018
The BJP’s only hit among all misses in recent Lok Sabha bypolls came via an ex-Congress leader
A Hundred And One Nights On The Edge
National Magazine June 18, 2018
Jammu’s border villages grapple with death and ruination as Pakistan hurls across a rain of fire
Tales From The 4G Rumour Mill
National Magazine June 18, 2018
Fear is trending and violence is a ping away, why does fake news make India erupt?
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine June 18, 2018
A list of names has appeared on the walls of a Odisha temple debarring them from offering prayers in Kalik village in Jaleswar block of Balasore.
Deep Throat
National Magazine June 18, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
2019 Lok Sabha Election: Finding The Challenger To Modi
National Magazine June 18, 2018
The battle for 2019 is pregnant with ­possibilities. But who will be Modi’s ­principal opponent is no less intriguing.
Strikes Well Staggered
National Magazine June 11, 2018
AAP still has big political plans. But BJP has its ways to check the rival’s ways.
None Can Halt The March
National Magazine June 11, 2018
The poor are empowered like never before. No wonder Modi has no challenger.
What A Nasty Tumble-Down!
National Magazine June 11, 2018
A crash like no other. Yet if you question, it amounts to nothing less than treason.
Deep Throat
National Magazine June 11, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
Espionage Diary
National Magazine June 11, 2018
Each spy chief had had his doubts as the book progressed. Durrani was getting cold feet, Dulat twice privately wondered whether it was worth going ahead, reminisces journalist Aditya Sinha who collaborated with the two for a first-of-its-kind spy book.
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine June 11, 2018
Is it time for cricket’s coin toss to go out of the window; Odisha becomes the ninth state where the black panther has been sighted in the wild; UP's women cops are getting a makeover. Read all the juicy gossips here...
Scalpels In Air And Other Long Stays
National Magazine June 11, 2018
A cashless healthcare scheme for the poor in Rajasthan is unconscionably milked by private hospitals
Secret Handshakes With A Serpent
National Magazine June 11, 2018
Journalism or sensationalism? Cobrapost’s sting operation on media houses adds fuel to an ongoing ethical debate.
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