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After Congress' 3-0 Win In Hindi Heartland, 2019 Looks A More Open Game
  • The Insider
    A regular column on the essential buzz
  • In & Around
    In this week's The Subcontinental Menu, read about the 'wall of kindness' along the Jhelum in Kashmir and Kerala police's social media team's fan following, among many other interesting snippets.
  • No Fire Escape
    It’s seven years since Calcutta’s horrific AMRI fire. For victims’ families, justice flows in an exasperating drip.
  • Captain’s Knock
    Beyond the barbed wires, barbs fly between the Punjab CM and Sidhu
Deep Throat
National Magazine December 17, 2018
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
After Congress' 3-0 Win In Hindi Heartland, 2019 Looks A More Open Game
National Magazine December 24, 2018
The ‘semi-finals’ went to the Congress, rousing it from four years of gloom. Its colours now reappear in heartland India, hitting the BJP in its own stronghold: 2019 looks a more open game now.
Deep Throat
National Magazine December 24, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine December 24, 2018
In this week's The Subcontinental Menu, read about the 'wall of kindness' along the Jhelum in Kashmir and Kerala police's social media team's fan following, among many other interesting snippets.
An Inferno Singes Still
National Magazine December 24, 2018
It’s seven years since Calcutta’s horrific AMRI fire. For victims’ families, justice flows in an exasperating drip.
A Rough Road Via Kartarpur
National Magazine December 24, 2018
Beyond the barbed wires, barbs fly between the Punjab CM and Sidhu
Deep Throat
National Magazine December 17, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine December 17, 2018
From report cards from government for Karnataka school teachers' performance to Pakistan government's decision to convert Kapoor haveli into a museum, read this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu this week.
The Forest Is Alive Behind The Firebreak
National Magazine December 17, 2018
There’s a new Maoist general secretary, but guerrilla bases have shrunk, recruitment dried up. Will the change of guard affect the security forces?
Governor Stirs Controversy Over Decision To Turn J&K Bank Into PSU
National Magazine December 17, 2018
Governor stirs a hornet’s nest over J&K Bank, leading to protests and then a step back
The Humint Cost Of Coin
National Magazine December 17, 2018
In Kashmir, both sides use the same deterrence tactics, with different results
I See Tripura As The Gateway To The Northeast: Biplab Deb
National Magazine December 17, 2018
CM Biplab Kumar Deb speaks to Outlook Editor Ruben Banerjee about his plans to make Tripura the gateway to the northeast.
How Is The Fake News Factory Structured?
National Magazine December 17, 2018
Political parties of all hues are twisting facts, figures and photographs to lure voters as India gets ready for Elections 2019
Modinomics: How Has Modi Govt Fared On The Economy? It's Time For An Audit
National Magazine December 17, 2018
Has the Modi experience matched the promised Modi magic of 2014? Verifiably not. But has its patchwork quilt offered enough warmth to see it through 2019? We will know in a few months.
To Win 2019 Elections, Sangh Parivar May Use Its Last Lethal Weapon—Construction Of Ram Temple
National Magazine December 17, 2018
Realising that 2014’s development mantra works no more, the Sangh parivar’s Mission 2019 brings unabashed Hindutva to the fore—Ayodhya’s big again
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