Cracked Earth

Why the Teesta matters Why the Teesta matters

By Rupak Bhattacharjee

Effective hydro-diplomacy is essential in correcting troubled India-Bangladesh relations.

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The security metaphysic The security metaphysic

By Manisha Sethi

An account of how the defence and security industry in India is increasingly domesticated by private p...

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Mirrors

A good son A good son

By Safia Siddiqi

A Pakistani immigrant man has choices to make.

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Between free speech and hate speech Between free speech and hate speech

By Maija Liuhto

Understanding the impact of speech, particularly on marginalised groups, in the wake of the Charlie He...

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Grounded

Condensed in time and space: Sonepur Mela Condensed in time and space: Sonepur Mela

By Abhishek Choudhary

Despite its decline in size and stature over the last decades, the mela represents the desires and dep...

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Thirty-five seconds Thirty-five seconds

By Puja Sen and Shubhanga Pandey

On the media's obsession with the India-Pakistan relationship during the SAARC Summit.

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  • Turning out

    IAButt, 19 January 2015

    Status of J&k is sacrosanct with Kashmiri people and it must be protected under any circumstances by any means overt or covert.It is birth right o...

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  • The sanitising power of spoken Sanskrit

    Balaji, 19 January 2015

    The article is biased.
    1. Samskrita Bharati is not part of Sangh Parivar
    2. "with a destiny to replace all state and national languages. In its extr...

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  • The sanitising power of spoken Sanskrit

    Shriram, 16 January 2015

    In my personal opinion sanskrit can be taught to everyone. Whether they be of any religion or caste or community. Teaching it will not be anti-secular...

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