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  • Uttaran Das Gupta

    What purpose will Modi's promise to put an Indian in space by 2022 serve? Uttaran Das Gupta

    For Modi, the project of putting a man in space serves as a nice symbol of the country's scientific progress, especially a few months before he faces elections

  • J Jagannath

    Family troubles J Jagannath

    There is a bunch of secondary characters who help make this show sound like Game of Thrones for the C-suite, writes J Jagannath

  • Alok Chandra

    Where the spirit is freed Alok Chandra

    To increase demand, you have to make it easier to import or produce wine, as well as make it easier to sell the stuff

  • Uttaran Das Gupta

    In style, in Bengaluru Uttaran Das Gupta

    Unlike poets of other languages, Indian poets working in English are in the unenviable situation of sharing a language but little else

  • Shuma Raha

    Rule of the wild Shuma Raha

    When they are upon you and around you - menacing and feral and grinning because they know their power?

  • Arundhuti Dasgupta

    Anger on the streets Arundhuti Dasgupta

    The burning of the Khandava forest for instance is an act of extreme violence, unforgivable within the epic's own moral code

  • Aakar Patel

    Britain's lone walk Aakar Patel

    A clean Brexit means that the UK will have to go back to the World Trade Organization and then set up from zero

  • Veenu Sandhu

    Echoes of a fake-believe world Veenu Sandhu

    The world is in your WhatsApp group

  • Kishore Singh

    Ways of seeing Kishore Singh

    What is useful is knowing an artist's journey and what led him to work in a particular way, or shaped his ideas

  • Itu Chaudhuri

    By my own hand Itu Chaudhuri

    We only need to see these awkward letters to know that what they say is urgent and deeply felt

  • J Jagannath

    Teen angst in 2018 J Jagannath

    Burnham's equal parts smutty, shameless and delightfully self-aware story is as fresh as the air in the Swiss Alps

  • Alok Chandra

    Join the club Alok Chandra

    Over a period of time, most wine clubs tend to become fairly exclusive

  • Shuma Raha

    Age of unreason Shuma Raha

    The Oxford English Dictionary defines anti-intellectualism as hostility to intellectual reasoning. This is exactly what we are witnessing in India now

  • Aakar Patel

    A Chhattisgarh diary Aakar Patel

    Raipur station is clean: Swachh Bharat Abhiyan? I ask someone but they say it's always been clean

  • Kishore Singh

    Mirroring the art of resistance Kishore Singh

    Nilima Sheikh's scrolls are, at once gigantic in their context and scale, but familiar in their connect and urgency