January 24, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Eat, Pray, Live
A computer scientist by training, Dilip D'Souza now writes for his supper in Bombay. His first book,
Branded by Law
was published last year by Penguin, and his second¤ on the Narmada dam projects, will be out later this year.
Blood That Won’t Wash
Sen’s sleuthing uncovers a miscarriage of justice in the Aarushi case. But its clean chit to the Talwars isn’t enough.
Aug 31, 2015
A Straight Bat Only Hedges
Deadening repetitions, oracular suggestions, recounting of records we all know by rote...just nothing beyond cricket. Sachin’s autobiography fails the genre.
Dec 08, 2014
Why I Won’t Vote BJP
The pity is the Congress too doesn’t deserve my vote
Apr 14, 2014
“Go left and it’ll take you directly there,” she said, “but if you go straight that’s the scenic route.”
Dec 02, 2013
Smelling Of Roses In The Slime
Lakshmi Narasimhan, doctor, and team: Heroes for spending days trawling the villages, picking up and burning scores of bodies
Jan 09, 2006
Nov 14, 2005
Jan 24, 2005
What If Medha Patkar Hadn't Gone To Narmada?
Easy. No generous R&R. India develops by stamping on the lives and rights of too many Indians. Too many of us remain ignorant of such stamping.
Aug 23, 2004
Talk Of The Town
Sep 22, 2003
The Giraffe Sucks
Apr 28, 2003
Captain Languid, Captain Uninterested
An appraisal of MS Dhoni
Mar 30, 2015
So Do We Want A UCC?
Yes, you say? Well, there seems only one way: Every aspect of the personal laws must be examined in the light of constitutional guarantees to every Indian: equality, justice, right to life.
Jul 01, 2005
Ride Across The River
The winner of the fourth
Outlook/Picador India Non-Fiction Competition
went on a journey "in search of patriotism," worn out with the variety that onl
May 09, 2005
Kashmir Here, Kashmir There
The second-prize-winning entry -- a reflection on geographical places and mind spaces -- the trouble, Troubles, and troubled spots.
Feb 14, 2002
At Home With The Bodies
Perversity of every kind is an ancient tradition in war, and our war in Kashmir is no exception.
Mar 08, 2001
Police, Judiciary Ensured 1984 Anti-Sikh Rioters Are Not Punished: SIT Report
On Temple-Hopping, Naveen Patnaik Seeks A Place In History
Opinion: Democracy Is About Difference, Drowning Voice Can Be Counterproductive
Double Standards On Bomb Terrorism And Mob Terrorism Must Be Called Out
1st T20I: Talented Shreyas Iyer Helps IND Crush NZ
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
Jamia, JNU Fallout: Why Is Amulya Patnaik Continuing As Delhi Police Commissioner?
Dismantling Sheikh Abdullah’s Legacy One Historical Step At A Time
Blog: Constitution In One Hand, Tricolour In Another, You Still See Their Burka And Topi
Is It Kashmirisation Of India? Not By Any Stretch
EC Asks Twitter To Remove Kapil Mishra's 'India Vs Pak' Tweet
Lucknow University Mulling Over Including CAA In Political Science Syllabus
'I Also Eat Poha': Javadekar Terms Vijayvargiya's Comment Non-Issue
PM Modi Tells Children 'Secret Of His Glowing Face'
All You Need To Know About Coronavirus That Has Alarmed World
CAA Meet Fracas In Kerala Snowballs Into Major Controversy
Politics Failed Kashmiri Pandits... They're Not A Vote Bank: Rahul Pandita
ICC Test Rankings: Kohli Maintains Top Spot, Rahane Moves Up
Meet Waheeda Rehman In Her New Avatar: A Wildlife Photographer
Under Internet Lockdown, Kashmir's Shawl And Handicraft Industry Lose Their Bandwidth
A Dreaded Force In Land Of Insurgency, J&K Police A Law Unto Themselves
Karnataka Police: Emerging As Rogues In Uniform During CAA Protests
Amid 'Civil Disobedience', Kargil Revolts Against Leh, Kashmir On Thin Ice
Road To Khalsa
Delay In Opening Jagannath Temple's Ratna Bhandar Sullying Naveen Patnaik's Transparency Mantra
Political Tug-O-War Over Tipu Sultan Leaves Students, Teachers In The Lurch