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Dena Abramowitz is outraged. The dear lady from Wisconsin complained bitterly in a letter to The New York...

Bricks must fall: It's critical that Trump is voted out

When I went to the United States of America in 1979, to study in an undergraduate college in Vermont, I carrie...
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The tempest: New political winds in Pakistan

October has been quite a roller-coaster ride for political buffs in Pakistan. Last month, the Opposition parti...

A courtship with consequences

What’s Tsai Ing-wen’s favourite Indian dish? If you’ve been following the Taiwan president o...

That sinking feeling about the economy

There is no reprieve from that sinking feeling, with a further contraction of 13 per cent of the economy in th...

Poll bugle: India's post-Covid elections

India’s electoral season is scheduled to begin after a hiatus necessitated by an unprecedented pandemic ...

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Opinion  /  Published 27.10.20

Fool’s gold: Row over Tanishq ad

Sir — It is not surprising that supporters of the political right in India, who are offended by the very idea of communal harmony, were furious with the Tanishq advertisement which depicted a Mu...
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Opinion  /  Published 27.10.20

Without love: Rekha Sharma and love jihad

Hatred, like falsehood, is hydra-headed; the myths it generates are varied. The foot soldiers of Hindutva are well qualified to execute the acts of hate favoured by their ideology, the outco...
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Opinion  /  Published 27.10.20

Poll bugle: India's post-Covid elections

India’s electoral season is scheduled to begin after a hiatus necessitated by an unprecedented pandemic with the first phase of the elections in Bihar taking place today. The fate of over 1,000 ...
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Opinion  /  Published 27.10.20

A courtship with consequences

What’s Tsai Ing-wen’s favourite Indian dish? If you’ve been following the Taiwan president on Twitter, you’ll know she loves chana masala and naan. Her favo...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi in

Opinion  /  Published 27.10.20

Two faces

Dena Abramowitz is outraged. The dear lady from Wisconsin complained bitterly in a letter to The New York Times that her grandson is stubbornly refusing to wear diapers. Those abominable absorben...
By Uddalak Mukherjee in

Opinion  /  Published 26.10.20

Fair force? Women army officers

In February this year, the Supreme Court granted permanent commission to women officers of the Indian army. The initial deadline to implement this verdict — May 17, 2020 — is long gone, bu...
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Opinion  /  Published 26.10.20

Lost model: Bihar election campaign

Every electoral contest in India begins with tall promises by political parties. The Bharatiya Janata Party reached new heights — or depths — before the assembly elections in Bihar. The fi...
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Opinion  /  Published 26.10.20

Amused to death: TV news

In the 1930s, Germany’s most popular radio receiver, Volksempfänger (People’s Receiver), brought news and entertainment in the form of songs and dramas into German household...
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Opinion  /  Published 26.10.20

That sinking feeling about the economy

There is no reprieve from that sinking feeling, with a further contraction of 13 per cent of the economy in the second quarter as per the Quarterly Review of the Economy by the National Coun...
By Satya Narayan Mohanty in

Opinion  /  Published 26.10.20

Bricks must fall: It's critical that Trump is voted out

When I went to the United States of America in 1979, to study in an undergraduate college in Vermont, I carried certain ideas and assumptions about the country. As a 19-year-old with reasonable readin...
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