November 29, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
Willing To Wound But Afraid To Strike?
Has Akhilesh lost an opportunity to break away from the party’s old guard and power brokers? The jury is still out as the drama heads to a denouement
Oct 24, 2016
If Supreme Court Separates Religion From Politics, Can Parties Cope?
A seven-judge bench of the Supreme Court presides over a hearing that is potentially a ticking time-bomb
Oct 21, 2016
Pros And Cons Of VIP Security
Extending VIP security to individual citizens for a price is a questionable and subjective practice that needs an urgent review.
Oct 19, 2016
Go-Mutra Is No Longer A Joke
Now that cow urine is costlier than both milk and petrol, isn't it time for the government to initiate a more scientific investigation?
Oct 17, 2016
Why Keep Income Tax Data Secret?
Disclosure by a single ‘Hyderabadi’ of undeclared income worth Rs 10,000 crore has not caused much of an outrage. But it has revived the debate on the desirability of releasing Income Tax data in the public domain.
Oct 14, 2016
When The Mood Of State Decides Victim Compensation
Victims of rapes and riots, murders or mayhem continue to be at the receiving end of a whimsical and irrational policy of relief and rehabilitation. Nor is such policy uniform.
Oct 13, 2016
From JNU, With Love
While Kanhaiya Kumar's memoir is eagerly awaited, an eminently readable novel based on life in JNU appears to have fallen off the radar.
Oct 12, 2016
Love Letters Of A French President
As a collection of Francois Mitterrand's love letters are about to hit the stand, a re-look at his torrid affair and literary flair
Oct 10, 2016
HRD Ministry Scores A Self-Goal
The one-man judicial commission trusted with an inquiry into Rohith Vemula's suicide shoots itself in the foot
Oct 08, 2016
Littering is a more complicated issue that requires much more than a quick-fix and deterrent punishment
Oct 06, 2016
The Making Of The Great IPO Scam
After Bihar, BJP Rath Rolls On In Assam, Bengal
Carrot Top’s Duck Walk, And Some Wedding Rules Back Home
Interfaith Harmony, Tolerance And The Virus
2nd ODI: Must-win Game For India
India In Australia: Focus On Virat Kohli As International Cricket Seeks Fresh Start
Tour Of Australia: Crying Need For Youngsters To Put Their Hand Up For Indian Cricket Team
Why Jofra Archer, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje Making IPL A Connoisseur’s Delight
Chennai Super Kings' Belief In Shane Watson Surreal, But That's What MS Dhoni Is All About!
IPL 2020: KL Rahul’s Record Century, Yuzvendra Chahal’s Clever Bowling Highlights Of Week 1
IPL 2020: Emergence Of The Team Psychologist And T20 Spinner
51.6 Per Cent Turnout In First Kashmir District Council Polls Since State Rejig
Himachal Govt Announces Stringent Measures To Tackle Covid Surge
BJP’s Big Ticket Blitz In GHMC Campaign Rattles KCR, Owaisi
Analysis: India-Nepal Relations Thaw Under The Dragon’s Shadow
Editors Guild Protests Press Council's Advisory Against Foreign Content
Need Societal Movement To Fight Infectious Diseases
Definitely, I'm In Race For Tokyo Olympics: Saina Nehwal
Hyderabad Hold Bengaluru To Goalless Draw
How Much Would You Pay For A Kidney?
Was Sure Of Quality, I Knew It Would Go Far: Adil Hussain On Delhi Crime Winning An Emmy
Let Us Protect The Spirit Of The Constitution
Think Beyond Covid-19 As Pollution Is An Everlasting Pandemic