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Two hours was all it took to destroy 80 hectares of fertile land with standing crop in Kannankottai, as the Tamil Nadu government went about “acquiring” the land to implement an “essential” project, invoking a British-era Act. By ILANGOVAN RAJASEKARAN
A Tamil novel that dwells on a custom of 75 years ago relating to childless women incenses elements of the Sangh Parivar but the Tamil literary world rallies round the author. By S. THEODORE BASKARAN
Interview with Shubhankar Dam, author of Presidential Legislation in India: The Law and Practice of Ordinances. By V. VENKATESAN
The Narendra Modi government resorts to promulgation of a series of ordinances unmindful of its constitutional implications. By V. VENKATESAN
IF December in Chennai is known as the season of music and dance, January is the month to celebrate literature and books with The Hindu...
Militant attacks on Adivasi villages and retaliatory violence in Assam claim more than 80 lives, displace thousands of Bodos and Adivasis, and revive the long-pending demand for Scheduled Tribe status to Adivasi forest dwellers. By SUSHANTA TALUKDAR
The Mamata government feels the heat as the CBI arrests Cabinet Minister Madan Mitra in the Saradha scam. By SUHRID SANKAR CHATTOPADHYAY