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Forgotten chapter

The scope and meaning of Bengali culture and who are its rightful custodians were themes that played out in th...

Central Vista lacks democratic imagination

Sometimes, the major battles of our time get caught in coteries and clubs and float adrift from the democratic...
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Verse as mirror: Poetry in a changing India

The writer and critic, Suresh Joshi (1921-1986), was one of the most important figures of modern Gujarati lite...

Time for nimble diplomacy

For four decades, Afghanistan has been the theatre of a Great Game involving a range of foreign actors —...

A life beyond bare existence

Last year, around this time, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, I had written in this column that crises brin...

Papered over: Cong white paper

Immersion in party politics is dangerous in the face of a national crisis. It is a tragic fact that the second...

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Opinion  /  Published 24.06.21

Frown wins: Reformism in Iran

Is this the final hour of reformism in Iran? Ebrahim Raisi’s ‘election’ as president of the country has fuelled such concerns in Iran and around the world. Mr Raisi — his ties ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 24.06.21

Letters to the editor: Parul Khakhar's 'Shav-vahini Ganga'; Congress in crisis

Brave words Sir — It was wonderful to read Ruchir Joshi’s article on the eminent writer and critic, Suresh Joshi, who was one of the most important figures in modern Gujarati literat...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 24.06.21

Papered over: Cong white paper

Immersion in party politics is dangerous in the face of a national crisis. It is a tragic fact that the second wave of the pandemic seemed to have caught the Indian government unawares, and the white ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 24.06.21

Time for nimble diplomacy

For four decades, Afghanistan has been the theatre of a Great Game involving a range of foreign actors — the United States of America, Russia, Pakistan, Iran, India and China — that has de...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi

Opinion  /  Published 24.06.21

Forgotten chapter

The scope and meaning of Bengali culture and who are its rightful custodians were themes that played out in the recent elections to the West Bengal assembly. Although complex issues of culture and ide...
By Swapan Dasgupta

Opinion  /  Published 23.06.21

Data death: Covid casualties

The scale of the Covid-19 crisis in India has been unprecedented in several ways. Aggravating the problem is the acute lack of data on the actual death toll. In the light of this, it is heartening tha...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 23.06.21

Table beckons: Kashmir talks

The Centre’s decision to — at long last — kindle the process of political engagement in Kashmir is welcome. The intent is unmistakable: no less than the prime minister is expected to...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 23.06.21

A life beyond bare existence

Last year, around this time, in the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan, I had written in this column that crises bring us to crossroads where the choice is between doing things that were not considered earli...
By Anamitra Anurag Danda

Opinion  /  Published 23.06.21

Central Vista lacks democratic imagination

Sometimes, the major battles of our time get caught in coteries and clubs and float adrift from the democratic imagination. The debate around the Central Vista project is one such event. How does one ...
By Shiv Visvanathan

Opinion  /  Published 22.06.21

More trouble: Congress in Punjab

Crisis and the Congress have become synonymous for a while now. From losing elected state governments to its principal political rival — Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka were pocketed by the Bharati...
By The Editorial Board


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