Friday, 18 Jan 2019
the fully loaded magazine
EAT, PRAY, LIVE
IN & AROUND
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ART & ENTERTAINMENT
BOOKS & CULTURE
A Word For The Wind
That was Nissim Ezekiel, poet, professor and person par excellence
Jan 26, 2004
Johnny Bravo, Hunter
Johnnybhai had an open soul. And there was never a sad moment.
Aug 11, 2003
Liberty's Civil Caretaker
Krishan Kant was a Gandhian to the last: he died a satisfied man, sans all malice.
Aug 12, 2002
When The Eyes Locked In
I'll never forget Dhirubhai's parallel processing mind and the eyes that took in everything
Jul 22, 2002
Oh Captain! My Captain!
Hansie Cronje was a captain who inspired players to play for him, not just with him
Jun 17, 2002
Leaving The Land In Your Care, Friends
His parents wanted him to be a maulvi, but Kaifi Azmi chose protest and hope over God
May 27, 2002
He couldn't tell a king of hearts in a pack of cards, but built an empire from dust
Pramila N. Phatarphekar
May 20, 2002
His Human Nature
Other than Mahatma Gandhi, and perhaps Jayaprakash Narayan, no single Indian has done so much for so many millions of people, mostly but not all poor, in so short a time.
Prem Shankar Jha
Feb 04, 2002
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
R.N. Kao happily embraced the life of a recluse that accompanied his business of espionage
Feb 04, 2002
With Ashok Kumar, a little bit of laughter has gone out of Bombay cinema, says Waheeda Rehman
Dec 24, 2001
There Goes The Sun
The quietest of the Fab Four he may have been, but George Harrison was quite a Beatle
Paranjoy Guha Thakurta
Dec 17, 2001
His Princely Detachment
Madhavrao Scindia, like his father, held a liberal, tolerant, catholic view of cultures and people.
Oct 15, 2001
End Of An Insurrection
She was hope for women down there. Her death symbolises victory for oppression.
Aug 13, 2001
The Stylist Forever
The Tamil chevalier leaves behind him a kaleidoscope of characters and emotions
Aug 06, 2001
Karnataka: Despite Siddaramaiah's 'Warning', 4 Congress MLAs Skip Key Party Meeting
India Decimate Australia In Both Test And One-Day Cricket To Create History Down Under
Veganism: Not Just A Different Menu But An Alternative Way Of Relating To Living World
Fast And Furious: The Thing About Virat Kohli’s Bouncers
Alliance With BSP, RLD Final; No Seat-Sharing Issues: Akhilesh
Only Thing That Can Ground Naveen Patnaik This Time Is ‘Problem Of Plenty’
What Will Be The Effect Of Alliances Against BJP Across India
Two Mega Film Releases Trigger A Wave Of Crazy Fan Behaviour In Tamil Nadu
Politics And Public Memory In Kashmir
Sabarimala Issue May Help BJP Grow In Kerala But Social Reform Is Inevitable
From Bollywood To South India, What Made Kader Khan A Darling Of Film-Makers
Hope We Send A Powerful Message Together: Rahul Backs Mamata's Rally
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat Takes A Swipe At NDA Govt Over Soldier Deaths, Delay In Ram Temple
Why Did Govt Buy Only 36 Rafale Jets Instead Of 126, Asks Chidambaram
AAP Says No To Alliance, Will Contest All LS Seats In Punjab, Haryana And Delhi
Vinesh Phogat Becomes First Indian To Be Nominated For Laureus World Sports Awards
Happy To Bat At Any Position: MS Dhoni, After Helping India Beat Australia
Rakesh Asthana Appointed As Director General Of BCAS By Govt
Son Of BSF Jawan Who Was Dismissed Over Comments On Food, Found Dead In Haryana
Shoot Madi! Is The Bangalore Police Getting Trigger Happy?
Laloo Prasad Yadav Is An Earthy Politician, A Man Of Principles: Shatrughan Sinha
Will Laloo Prasad Yadav Be Absentee Kingmaker Of 2019?
To Stop The Next Kasabs: 10 Years After 26/11, Is India Any Safer?
Why Modi Must Lose | By Manish Tewari
Will Modi Come Back In 2019?
Allahabad To Prayagraj: The Politics Of Name Change
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