The Darkest Hour

By ATUL DEV | 1 July 2018

Dipak Misra's shadow over the Supreme Court

The Western Front

By ASHOK PARTHASARATHI | 1 July 2018

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

Rigged

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?