AAP's strategy

Sharp swing

Arvind Kejriwal addressing a rally at Sanjay Colony in Bhati Mines area of New Delhi on January 23.

Perspective

What next?

Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal pays tribute to Bhagat Singh at Khatkar Kalan village in Punjab on April 12, 2014. It is in Punjab the AAP will most likely take its first step to go national. It polled neary 25 per cent of the votes in the Lok Sabha electon in the State.

Essay

India’s sordid record

Colombo, July 1987: Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and President J.R. Jayewardene sign the historic Indo-Sri Lanka Accord. Behind Rajiv Gandhi is External Affairs Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao.

Controversy

Preamble politics

Members of the Union Cabinet signing copies of the new Constitution of India at the final session of the Constituent Assembly on January 24, 1950. From right, Jairamdas Daulatram, Minister for Food and Agriculture; Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, Health Minister; Dr John Mathai, Finance Minister; and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Deputy Prime Minister. Labour Minister Jagjivan Ram is behind Patel.

Crime

Exposing a frame-up

Sayyed Liyaqat Shah, who was arrested by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police, in New Delhi on March 22, 2013.

Water Resources

Grand revival

Chintapatla residents standing on the tank bed of Lakshman Chervu, a 119-acre storage body that has remained dry for several years of the past decade.

Tourism

The Rebirth in Puri

This millennium’s first Nabakalebara will culminate with the annual Rath Yatra Puri scheduled to be held on July 18 . Above, the three chariots of Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra during last year's festival.

Eco zone

Conflicting interests

June 18, 2013: The devastation around the Kedarnath Temple caused by the floods.

Reports

Food insecurity

At a ration shop in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu. A large section depends on the PDS for foodgrains.

Data Card

Missile power

The ship-launched Dhanush, a variant of Prithvi-II.

Greece

Syriza’s triumph

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras ()centre) after his government won the confidence vote early on February 11.

Egypt

The night is long

Anti-government protesters walk into Tahrir Square in Cairo after they clashed briefly with pro-government protesters on January 25.

Interpreting the numbers

A new socio-economic group

Interview: Chief Election Commissioner

‘100 per cent peaceful’

H.S. Brahma:

Science

Neutrino scare

Preliminary work under way for the proposed neutrino observatory at Pottipuram in the Bodi hills on January 12.

Freedom of Expression

Who is the offended?

Members of the Muslim community protest against the satirical content of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on January 31. Reproduction of the magazine's cover in the Mumbai edition of the Urdu daily

Communalism

Hounding an activist

Teesta Setalvad. She has relentlessly pursued the Gujarat riot cases, punishment for the guilty and compensation for the victims of the riots.

Black money

Swiss Leaks

Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Narayan Rane.

Interview

Old economics, new stirrings

Ha-Joon Chang.

West Asia

Reaping whirlwind

A Jordanian girl holds a poster of pilot Muath al-Kasaesbeh, who was being held captive by Islamic State militants, in Amman on February 2.

Nigeria

Terror as pretext

Goodluck Jonathan, presidential candidate of the ruling People's Democratic Party, at an election rally in Maiduguri on January 24.

Spotlight

Yoga & health

Shirshasana, B.K.S. Iyengar, at age 95, Iyengar Yoga Institute, Pune, Maharashtra.

Theatre

Acts of resistance

A scene from Samuel Beckett's masterpiece
Volume: 32
Issue: 04
Issue Date: 06-03-2015

Columns

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Content marketing challenge

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THROUGH MY WINDOW

K.Satchidanandan

Rereading Gandhi

The contemporary crisis in public ethics proves the ineffectuality of purely formal democracy and ex»

Constructing Heritage

The Second Rukmini Devi Memorial Lecture delivered by Romila Thapar from Jawaharlal Nehru University, on Dec. 20, 2014, at Kalakshetra Foundation, Chennai. Updated with video. Read more »

Rights in Review - The Supreme Court in 2014

The Supreme Court of India is the foremost guardian of fundamental rights and the spirit of the Constitution. While a lot of attention is paid to the pendency of cases and media coverage of high-profile litigation, less attention has been paid to the Supreme Court’s protection of fundamental rights. This Rights Review aims to do this with a careful analysis of key Supreme Court cases on fundamental rights. This Review is the first of an annual series to be released each December. Read more »


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