By PRAVEEN DONTHI | 1 September 2017

Ajit Doval in theory and practice

Invisible Women

By S COUSINS | 1 September 2017

The unseen plight of Manipur’s female drug users

Darjeeling Limited

By MIRIAM WENNER | 4 September 2017

How politics subsumed the popular sentiment for Gorkhaland

Herd Mentality

By Himanshu Upadhyaya | 1 September 2017

How political rhetoric has drowned out the economic realities of cattle-slaughter bans

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

The Private Eye

By Mantra Mukim | 1 September 2017

Mani Kaul and the cinema to come

The Man Who Wrote (Almost) Nothing

Ashok Shahane’s deep imprint on Indian modernist literature

Home Cooking

By ANISHA SIRCAR | 1 September 2017

The Syrian refugees who bring Arab cuisine to south Delhi

Morocco | The Sceptre and the Pen

By ANDRÉ NAFFIS-SAHELY | 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?