Why mainstream India hasn't given Ambedkar his due
What new insights do a slew of recent books on Gandhi reveal of his life and thought?
Two memoirs that sow some life into the parched landscape that is Indian autobiography
One Hundred and Twenty Five years of the Congress Party
Time for India to invent a new paradigm
Ramachandra Guha’s anthology of Indian political thinkers masterfully chronicles an indigenous liberal tradition—but what lies beyond its boundaries?
A look back at Gandhi’s visit to the City of Light, 80 years ago this month, and the complex confrontation between his philosophy and European modernity
How Arvind Kejriwal, the architect of Anna Hazare's anti-corruption campaign, brought the rage of an indignant nation to the government's door