February 28, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
Ajaz Ashraf is a senior journalist based in New Delhi
Photograph by Tribhuvan Tiwari
Landscape On Shaky Tripod
Plus ça change.... Caste, gender and communalism were three issues flagged in the first
. Those movies are still playing.
Oct 30, 2018
Chasms Of Middle Earth
The unscripted reign of the commons’ king and the crossroads he stares at
Aug 08, 2018
“Savarkar Is The New Father Of The Emerging India. Gandhi Is Now The Stepfather.”
Political psychologist Ashis Nandy speaks on the future of India, based on his reading of its past and present
Oct 26, 2016
Except for the excellent profiles, rehashed articles don’t serve Guha well
Sep 21, 2016
Once There Was A Tiger...
Batsman, fielder, captain or charmer—Pataudi’s incandescence lit up my boyhood
Oct 03, 2011
The Kindling Crucible
Ramlila Maidan has become the forge for the genesis of a new breed of citizenry
Sep 05, 2011
The Pen Points To Us
Journalists who live in glass houses
throw stones at others
Nov 01, 2010
“Media Subdues The Public. It’s So In India, Certainly”
The man NYT called “arguably the most important intellectual alive” finds the media in Pakistan more vibrant than it is in India
Nov 01, 2010
The Mandal Slayer
Those opposing a creamy layer for women’s quota have hidden aims
Mar 22, 2010
The Myth Bomber
Whistle-blower scientist says Pokhran II was a failure and lambasts the NSA ('babe in the nuclear woods') and APJ Kalam ('doesn't know where to hide his face now')
Oct 05, 2009
Narasimha Rao's Role In Anti-Sikh Riots: Evidence His Supporters Missed
Multiple pieces of evidence suggest then Home Minister feigned sleep when Delhi was burning and Sikhs were being massacred.
Oct 28, 2016
'If Cow-Slaughter Could Be Stopped, Maneka Gandhi Would Have Done It In Pilibhit'
Maneka Gandhi's cousin V.M. Singh, convener Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan
Oct 11, 2016
'Globalization Has Added Fresh Salt To Many Festering New And Old Wounds'
Joining the debate -- It is not Islam that has turned angry, rather it is some Muslims, believers and practitioner of Islam, who are angry or getting more so...
Oct 13, 2001
Delhi Riots 2020: Who Fanned The Flames of Hatred? Is Kapil Mishra Only To Blame?
A Walk Through Scarred Lanes Of Delhi In The Aftermath Of A Riot
Delhi Riots: FIR Filed Against AAP's Tahir Hussain, Charged With Murder
You Have Only Yourself To Blame: Delhi Police Castigated By Its Former Chief
Section 124A: The Case Against the Much-misused Sedition Law
Seemingly Happiest People Often Suffer From Depression
Blog | Not Music Or Art, But It's 'Fear' That Binds Us Together
Restructuring Indian Railways’ Cadres: Is The Proposal Good For The Nation?
In Chasing Away Maoists, Odisha's Malkangiri Village Delivers Telling Message This R-Day
Satire | ‘Are You From The Tukde Tukde Gang Or The Khan Market Gang?’
Brave Of Deepika Padukone To Take A Stand When Mum Is The Word For Big Bollywood Stars
Delhi Police Forms Two Special Investigation Teams To Probe Violence
As Uneasy Calm Prevails Over Northeast Delhi, Victims Share Stories Of Their Ordeal
Centre, Delhi Police Seek Time To Act On Hate Speeches, Delhi HC Gives 4 Weeks
Kaur Rues Silly Mistakes
Delhi Riots: Death Toll Rises To 38
MP Naresh Gujral Writes To Delhi Police Chief, Says Cops Didn’t Act On His Complaint
Coronavirus: Japan Shuts Schools For Weeks
IPL 2020: Royals' Northeast Outreach
Editor's Take | Journalism Wins If Journalists Are Held To Account
Muslims Lead Anti-CAA Protests In Bengal But Hindus Look The Other Way
Why Rajinikanth's Aggressive Views On Citizenship Act Has Left DMK Distraught
Privatisation Of Indian Railways: Why A Tragic Hero Is Always At Mammoth Odds
Nutrition Warriors | A Mizo Village's Fight To Ward Off Stunted Growth, Underweight Children
Union Budget 2020: What FM Nirmala Sitharaman Can Do To Pull Economy Out Of The Rut
Is Judiciary Living Up To The Indian Constitution @ 70?