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Why the hereditary power of the Shahi Imamate of Delhi is both anti-democratic and anti-Quranic

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6 Nov 2014 | BY Tufail Ahmad

An employee walks past an advertisement hoarding at the entrance of a garment factory on the outskirts of Delhi. This unit belongs to a company that exports apparel, a business sector in India that has been gaining a competitive edge in recent years over its counterparts in countries such as Bangladesh0

30 Sep 2014 | BY Raul Irani

For refusing to vacate a sprawling government bungalow

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25 Sep 2014

A three day festival that came to India four years ago, bringing together mega comic book creators and their fans while also trying to popularise comic culture, has now become serious business for big and small time publishers who struggle to sell their comics through the rest of the year. The fourth annual Comic Con India was bigger and better than its previous avatars. For the first time, the festival featured not only crowd-drawing Indian comics like Amar Chitra Katha, but also popular Japanese Manga comics, which have a huge fan base in India.0

17 Feb 2014 | BY Ashish Sharma

The NH7 music festival arrived in concert-starved Delhi just last year, but it already feels stale, feeding the city’s appetite for appearances more than its love of music

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12 Dec 2013 | BY Gunjeet Sra

The women whose imaginations currently fill Delhi’s Kiran Nadar Museum of Art are many things, their work an inventory of artistic possibility

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2 Dec 2013 | BY Trisha Gupta

How a Delhi kid from an all-boys school ended up on America’s most popular sitcom and married to Miss India

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6 Nov 2013 | BY Nikhil Taneja

Sifting through the ashes of a charred history

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2 Nov 2013 | BY Jaspreet Singh

Arvind Kejriwal’s party, true to its name, has pledged to put up ‘common people’ for Delhi’s Assembly polls. We speak to some of them

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3 Oct 2013 | BY Mihir Srivastava

Infiltrating the refuge of a highly visible yet self-contained Delhi minority

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15 Sep 2013 | BY Divya Guha
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