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 |  Breaking Views  |  1-minute read
Dadri Murder, Secularism, Hindutva, Malda riots

Why media missed Malda riots but not Dadri lynching

On social media, we are being framed guilty of selective outrage.


 |  4-minute read
India-Pak, PDP, Mehbooba Mufti, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

India-Pakistan friendship will be our greatest tribute to Mufti Sayeed

It is something which he had envisaged all his life.


 |  9-minute read
JP Nadda, Healthcare

Act now: Open letter to the health minister of India

This piece has been co-written by Dr Edmond Fernandes and Dr Rajan Dubey.


 |  4-minute read
Pathankot terror attack, Narendra Modi, India-Pak, Manohar Parrikar

Think, then speak: Does Parrikar forget he's defence minister?

The tooth for a tooth idea, in reality, shorn of action, is a sign of cowardice.


 |  5-minute read
Feudalism, Slavery, English

For your kind perusal: India owes its use of outdated English to sarkari babus

We still have a 'quasi-feudal' mindset which considers it appropriate to flatter the readers of our letters.


 |  1-minute read
Tamil Nadu, Small Fin Whales

45 whales die after washing up on Tamil Nadu shores

The fin whale is the second largest mammal in the world.


 |  2-minute read
Rape, Women's security, Feminism, Kalki Koechlin

4 takeaways from Kalki's 'mind-blowing' feminist rap. And a strong suggestion

She shows how women's security is just background noise for us, like the whir of a printing machine.


 |  8-minute read
Jawaharlal Nehru, Mughals, British Raj

How art is helping Britain finally open up to its imperial past

There's far more knowledge and awareness of the Empire's role in the two world wars than in the century before.


 |  6-minute read
BJP, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, PDP, Jammu and Kashmir

Mehbooba Mufti's divorce with BJP may work well for Modi

The party could lose a state but win a nation.


 |  Miscellany  |  4-minute read
IIMs, Business school, Mba

IIM tweaking CAT maths level won't help save Indian education

In spite of their storied success, they are ill-equipped to address glaring disparities in the system.