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  • Uttaran Das Gupta

    Dhoti chic Uttaran Das Gupta

    In popular culture, the bhadralok usually wears a dhoti

  • Sunil Sethi

    Dousing the infernos of urban chaos Sunil Sethi

    Leaders have come to treat the fires of urban chaos as par for the course

  • Shekhar Gupta

    Shekhar Gupta: Discovery of Pakistan Shekhar Gupta

    India invested 25 years after the Cold War to de-hyphenate itself from Pakistan in global strategic equations. Here's how Modi govt has dramatically re-hyphenated us

  • Alok Chandra

    Bring out the bubbly Alok Chandra

    You know, of course, that while all Champagnes are sparkling wines, not all sparkling wines are Champagnes!

  • Aakar Patel

    When masses take over policy Aakar Patel

    The way our govt manages our economy - inflation, jobs, growth, interest rates - directly and indirectly affects us

  • Arundhuti Dasgupta

    The colour of persecution Arundhuti Dasgupta

    Invoking the past to justify the present is the last resort of the rogue, but to do it with narrow sectarian lenses is worse

  • Shuma Raha

    Surviving rape Shuma Raha

    The fight against sexual violence is also about supporting and enabling survivors so they can overcome their trauma

  • Kishore Singh

    Small freedoms and victories Kishore Singh

    'Elders back home prefer that their children and grandchildren be brought up under their close watch', says the author

  • Keya Sarkar

    Seeds of discontent Keya Sarkar

    'Their agenda is always to figure out the social impact of businesses like mine', says rthe author

  • T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    Combinative vs exclusive preferences T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    'From a purely legal and constitutional point of view the new citizenship law is fine', says the author

  • Aditi Phadnis

    Yediyurappa did what Fadnavis couldn't Aditi Phadnis

    BSY is now the unchallenged king of his universe. His fortunes have reversed after a long struggle. But can he afford to rest on his laurels?

  • T N Ninan

    India's economy and BJP's ambitious political thrust on divergent tracks T N Ninan

    The ruling party may have assumed the economy will revive on its own before next elections, but such facile belief can come unstuck if current directions are not reversed quickly, writes T N Ninan

  • Aakar Patel

    Decoding CAB Aakar Patel

    What the Citizenship Amendment Bill is intended to do and who it is intended for is unclear

  • Amit Tandon

    Who owns listed companies? Amit Tandon

    Institutional investors hold 41 per cent of the global market cap, with close to half of it as part of a passive strategy

  • Yogendra Yadav

    The havoc liquor is wreaking Yogendra Yadav

    The alcohol menace keeps coming up on the media radar and is pushed back every time