under Narendra Modi

Aatish Taseer's new novel, The Way Things Were, is an Indian classic spanning the eventful decades between the Emergency and the advent of Modi, set in Lutyens' Delhi. The novelist in conversation with the Editor of Open magazine

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26 Nov 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

Modi in his 180 days has undoubtedly sketched a grandiose picture of a magnificent India

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26 Nov 2014 | BY Shruti Vyas

How Hindu majoritarianism has undermined the Nehruvian legacy

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13 Nov 2014 | BY Priyamvada Gopal

Airborne Disturbances • The Open Diary of a Resentful Mother

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12 Nov 2014 | BY Rajeev Masand

Still the Unwanted • Doctor Tourism • Homeless in Delhi • Sugar Rush and Modi

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6 Nov 2014

The three men who rule India

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30 Oct 2014 | BY PR Ramesh and Ullekh NP

Narendra Modi and the steroid theory of politics

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30 Oct 2014 | BY Shiv Visvanathan

Licence Raj for big Indian firms ended in 1991. It took another 23 years for the dreaded inspector Raj to end for small companies

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24 Oct 2014 | BY Kunal Sen

The second referendum on Modi propels reforms

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22 Oct 2014 | BY PR Ramesh and Ullekh NP

For Narendra Modi, power is a permanent struggle

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22 Oct 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan
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