AAMIR KHAN ‘What you don’t see on TV is the part where I break down’
Manto: Partition’s Literary Legacy
What the Children Are Saying
As long as the State sends brute force into its neglected heartland to reclaim its ‘writ’, Maoists will have an alibi
COVER PHOTO: ROHIT CHAWLA
PROS & CONS
ON THE DOLE
Who Painted Abujmarh in Red?
TEHELKA BAGS FOUR NATIONAL PRESS CLUB AWARDS
CORBETT’S SORDID STATE JUST ONE AMONG MANY
‘Now, studying has a different meaning. Studying means I’m learning to become a gentleman’
‘The pace of change has been slower than what was expected or desired’
‘There is no water, forget education. Almost every house in our village has dropouts’
‘I want to help my father find a better place to live’
‘The teacher struck my daughter’s name off the rolls’
‘The State is abdicating its responsibility’
‘There is a streetlight under which I study in the evening’
‘Sometimes, I don’t understand what my teachers teach’
Fixing Corbett: Where to begin
HOW THEY SAVE TIGERS IN TADOBA
SP ALTERS MAYA’S SARVAJAN EQUATION
Bihar varsity students caught between two campuses
Amicus Report on Modi Creates Public Outcry
Montek Singh Ahluwalia
What the West isn’t telling about Syria
THE POWER OF ONE
Divas vs Parineeti Chopra
SILENCES BETWEEN WORDS
VIRAT SINGH on ART
AKASHDEEP ARORA on FILM
ASHVIN MANI SHARMA on MUSIC
JAHNAVI BARUA on BOOKS
SUMAN SHARMA ON FOOD
HEAVEN IN HELL
OF BOYS AND MEN
‘Wish I was a film star’
ONE STEP AT A TIME
‘I write so that Americans cook more Indian food’
I, ME, MYSELF.
THE BLUES GO TO BENGALURU.
WHAT’S IN A WORD?
MY DOG TALKS TO ME.
‘I was not ready to be friends with the mind that had spun tales’
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