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Critical inventions that are poised to revolutionise the lives of Indians in 2016

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4 Feb 2016 | BY Kumar Anshuman

Indian artists may not have set hearts aflutter but those from Pakistan and Nepal added spice to the local flavours

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3 Feb 2016 | BY Somak Ghoshal

Steve McCurry speaks to Open about the perils of globalisation, his love for the monsoons and what’s next. Excerpts

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27 Jan 2016 | BY Nandini Nair

Four writers who were prescient in many ways about a country few get right

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21 Jan 2016 | BY Siddharth Singh

The republication of Mein Kampf ignites a fierce debate in Germany even as it remains a bestseller in India

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14 Jan 2016 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

If India’s cuisine was influenced by colonial and princely tastes before 1947, the driving force after Independence was the palate of the urban middle-class. The task of shaping the national cuisine was taken up by the menus of restaurants, cookbooks and magazines and later by TV and films

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13 Jan 2016 | BY Shylashri Shankar

The political art of mesmerising the mass mind with minimum usage of words

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24 Dec 2015 | BY PR Ramesh

Can BJP afford an India divided?

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11 Dec 2015 | BY Ullekh NP and Siddharth Singh

Surveys become talking points and trending topics on social media. Perhaps that is their only purpose, for it is hard to imagine what such findings are useful for

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10 Dec 2015

The visit of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Islamabad will result in better appreciation of it in Pakistan’s capital

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10 Dec 2015
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