Both sides of the street...

Posted by in Reportage
7 February 2015 at 06 : 49 AM

Dakshina Veedhi in Eluru, West Godavari is an area of particular significance—about 10,000 Muslims and 60,000 Hindus have lived side by side for hundreds of ...

Arvind Kejriwal: Forever aam aadmi...

Posted by in Essay/Opinion
11 February 2015 at 12 : 17 PM

The AAP leader has evolved swiftly from the thundering protest hero to the vulnerable mufflerman and  is now a politician with an ear to the ground.  BY ...

Blood in Bodoland...

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7 February 2015 at 06 : 15 AM

The latest round of killings between the Bodos and tribals in Assam. BY UDIT KULSHRESTHA On December 23, 2014, 81 people were killed by the alleged ...

Caste through a village lens...

Posted by in Q & A
7 February 2015 at 06 : 28 AM

Bikas Mishra’s award-winning movie Chauranga draws from his roots in a village in Bihar, where caste and power politics defined social life. BY SHWETA ...

7 February 2015 at 06 : 54 AM

Death of a writer

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The world wept for Charlie Hebdo but few had any tears for Perumal Murugan when he committed literary suicide, assisted by the Tamil Nadu government in the person of the district ...

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27 January 2015 at 06 : 03 AM

Portrait of an artist

Posted by in Web Specials

Ashok Srinivasan, winner of The Hindu Prize 2014 for Literary Fiction, is an exponent of the English language, with a vision that is both bleak and romantic. BY PARTHA ...

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