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What the world’s longest lasting republic can teach the leader of the world’s largest democracy


22 May 2014 | BY Sunanda K Datta-Ray

Candidate Modi, like Chief Minister Modi, has given India enough indications that he has a formula for revival


9 May 2014 | BY PR Ramesh

Patrick French • Shashi Tharoor • Shekhar Gupta • Priyamvada Gopal • Sunanda K Datta-Ray • Ananya Vajpeyi • Jug Suraiya • Tishani Doshi • Bennett Voyles • and others


4 Apr 2014

When a Christie’s auction comes to town


13 Jan 2014 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

Why must India and Pakistan rely on Western reports for news on each other?


4 Jul 2013 | BY Amit Baruah

The perils of getting carried away with high-pitched rhetoric against China


2 May 2013 | BY Amit Baruah

India’s sadistic restrictions on morphine


23 Oct 2012 | BY Amrit Dhillon

India’s economic transition has thrown up a diverse group of people grappling with changes that are often bewildering. Among them is Sathy, a zamindar with reduced wealth and status in Tamil Nadu, who can’t let go of his feudal past.


15 Oct 2012 | BY Akash Kapur

MCX-SX will be India’s third major stock exchange, but in what way will it help solve problems of the Indian capital market?


29 Jul 2012 | BY Shailendra Tyagi

How cricket died for me that day 25 years ago


7 Apr 2011 | BY Rahul Pandita
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