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Frontline Nov 17
Striking legacy | The discovery of 1,700 Mysore rockets belonging to the 18th century gives a fillip to the argument that Tipu Sultan made great advances in arms technology.
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Frontline Nov 17
Golden opportunity | The government's policy think tank moots a transformation of the gold market, which can give a boost to exports and FDI accompanied by a significant rise in employment by 2022.
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Frontline Nov 17
Blood on the tracks | The blame game follows the train accident that claimed the lives of 62 Dussehra revellers in Amritsar.
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Frontline Nov 16
DISPATCHES | New book dispels some myths on Maharana Pratap
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Frontline Nov 16
"Writing a novel is about being fearless" | Author Mohammed Hanif talks about his latest novel and life in Pakistan.
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Frontline Nov 16
A ghastly murder | The gruesome killing of a 13-year-old Dalit girl in Salem district brings to the fore the growing number of casteist and sexual assaults on hapless women in Tamil Nadu.
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Frontline Nov 16
OBITUARY | Na. Muthuswamy (1936-2018) belongs with the great lyrical realists of medieval Tamil poetry, says David Shulman on the founder of the avant-garde theatre group Koothu-p-pattarai.
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Frontline Nov 16
The book clarifies that internationalisation of higher education is imperative for India, but not at the expense of the real purpose and process of education.
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Frontline Nov 16
Teaching of languages | A look at the state of education in Banaras and the way school education standardises languages and valorises one language over another.
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Frontline Nov 15
Travesty of a slogan | The NDA government's policies seem geared to outsourcing the critical procurement needs of the Indian Army to the private sector.
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Frontline Nov 15
DISPATCHES | Transparency, procedural compliance and security will decide Rafale judgment
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Frontline Nov 15
DISPATCHES | Centre’s indecision on “Bangla” annoys Mamata
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Frontline Nov 13
The making of modern India | A photo essay on Jawaharlal Nehru
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Mahtab महताब مہتاب Nov 12
Here is the must read review of Zameer Shah sahab's book. Via
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Frontline Nov 12
A Muslim soldier | The test of a Sarkari Mussalman is the selling of the soul. The author is not a Sarkari Mussalman, but ambition drives him to hover precariously on the periphery of being one.
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Frontline Nov 12
Brazil in the abyss | The extreme right-winger Jair Bolsonaro wins the presidential election in Brazil and has indicated his willingness to play up to the designs of the United States under Donald Trump in order to regain influence in the region.
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Frontline Nov 12
The Rafale stink | Questions regarding the Rafale deal continue to dog the Narendra Modi government and the CBI Director's ouster has only added fat to the fire.
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Frontline Nov 12
Undermining institutions | The Modi government's interference in the functioning of the CBI seems to be part of a larger pattern of undermining institutions of governance that safeguard the country’s democracy.
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Frontline Nov 12
Sardar as pawn | The 182-metre-tall statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is just one more move on the political chessboard towards the BJP's brand of nationalism.
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Frontline Nov 12
Constitutional coup | Sri Lanka passes through a political crisis as President Maithripala Sirisena sacks Ranil Wickremesinghe and appoints Mahinda Rajapaksa as Prime Minister and suspends Parliament to give Rajapaksa time to muster a majority.
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