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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
 
 

Cover Story

The Scramble Begins

Seema Mustafa

Kishtwar in Jammu and Kashmir is one of those rare places where both Hindus and Muslims had worked out their communal differences to live in relative peace and harmony.

 
 

Special Report

Motivating Terror

Shakti Sharma

Highly placed sources point out that Tunda's arrest was a result of coordinated efforts of the Indian intelligence agencies.

Special Story

Love-Hate relationship

Anil Pandey

Until recently, Verma was using the choicest expletives against his one-time friend. Now, it would appear that the two hearts are growing fonder.

Poison in the air

Sanjay Upadhyay

Bihar is not quite the same since 25 poor school children perished eating their mid-day meal at the Gandaman primary school in Chhapra district last month.

Typos

The Whys of War

Prashanto Banerji, Features Editor, The Sunday Indian

Aikido and Krav Maga practitioners do not seek to score points or win tournaments.

 

Business

Jealously green?

Manish Pandey

The commercial and residential sectors constitute the major markets for the real estate industry in India.

 

Arts

Is There A gun In Elmore's Elysium?

Ishan Raychaudhuri

Rarely do you come across a writer whom you can compare with Ernest Hemingway.

 

Undercover

Confusing clauses in the law

Amir Hossain

Over time, the Indian pharmaceutical industry has come under the scanner several times on issues ranging from counterfeit medicines to clinical trials and absence of regulations.

 

Misuse of red beacons

Sray Agarwal

White Ambassador cars with red beacons have become the standard official accessory of the powerful ruling elite.

 

How to bring back growth

Amir Hossain

Claims about being a domestic consumption driven economy notwithstanding, India has witnessed a paradigm shift in its consumer spending

 

Life

A voyage and a quest

TSI

A unique film on the Kalachakra initiation ceremony of Tibetan Buddhism is set for global release early next year.

 

Rear Window

US breaching global laws

Commander Mukesh Saini, Security Analyst and Expert

USA is not new to the controversies related to surveillance of its own citizens as well as its allies.

 

Far Pavilion

Yes He Can!

Jeremy R. Hammond

On Wednesday, August 14, the Egyptian military perpetrated its third massacre of protesters since it overthrew the democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi in a coup d’etat.

 

Book Review

Book Review: Revolution from above

KS Narayanan

For some India is a superpower. A few others bask in the glory of India supposedly once being a golden sparrow and a land of plenty.

 

 
 
 




Issue Dated: Feb 5, 2017