The Darkest Hour

By ATUL DEV | 1 July 2018

Dipak Misra's shadow over the Supreme Court

The Western Front


Indira Gandhi’s decision to hold the Indian Army back from Peshawar in 1971

The Caste Card

By HARTOSH SINGH BAL | 28 June 2018

The BJP’s desperation to woo OBCs ahead of the 2019 polls

Speaking out of Turn

By Alok prasanna Kumar | 1 July 2018

How the increasingly partisan role of the speaker compromises democracy

Man of Steel

By BARADWAJ RANGAN | 1 December 2013

How suffering turned a college lad into a Tamil superstar

Opening a Channel

By KARANJEET KAUR | 1 November 2014

Zee Zindagi’s line-up of Pakistani teleplays signals a changing Indian viewership

Negative Capability

By VINEET GILL | 1 July 2018

Munshi Premchand's hidden gifts

The Centre Cannot Hold

By MARTAND KAUSHIK | 1 July 2018

How GN Devy challenges our concept of knowledge

Fast and Furious

By lorena rios trevino | 1 July 2018

Turkish academics on hunger strike seek justice for victims of government purges

Morocco | The Sceptre and the Pen

1 December 2014

A novelist writes on the country’s present trials

From Shadows to the Stars

By PRAVEEN DONTHI | 1 May 2016

The defiant politics of Rohith Vemula and the Ambedkar Students Association


By KRISHN KAUSHIK | 1 July 2014

Who is undermining India’s national oil company?

The Last Lear

By VINOD K JOSE | 1 April 2011

Can the aging patriarch of India’s most fractious political dynasty hold his family together—and continue to cling to power in Tamil Nadu?