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The lamentation of Romila Thapar, our most venerable historian, is understandable: philistines have come to dominate the political space.

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18 Apr 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

The raging multi-million brand war is the biggest ever in Indian politics

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21 Feb 2014 | BY Ullekh NP

The silent fall of Manmohan Singh

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21 Feb 2014 | BY Simon Denyer

General VK Singh has perhaps been India’s most controversial Army chief since Independence. Excerpts from an interview with him

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15 Nov 2013 | BY Mihir Srivastava

Big stick politics. Will it ever end?

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27 Mar 2013 | BY Mihir Srivastava

Commentators warming up to Modi forget that his decade in power has seen the logic of the 2002 violence pursued by other means

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27 Dec 2012 | BY Hartosh Singh Bal

As two recent books tell us, India’s most charismatic leader, Indira Gandhi, has left a debilitating effect on the party.

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21 Sep 2012 | BY Hartosh Singh Bal

In supporting Ramdev’s movement, he could be making a mistake his Lohiaite predecessors did—of strengthening those they claimed to oppose

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16 Aug 2012 | BY Dhirendra K Jha

The state’s Kannur district is riddled with villages that are dominated by a single political party. A closer look at this peculiar phenomenon

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5 Aug 2012 | BY Shahina KK

Christopher Nolan takes a comic book action hero and tries to talk about politics. What you get is an accidental critique of unbridled capitalism

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26 Jul 2012 | BY Ajit Duara
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