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Open Magazine 8h
What the Bengal Club's historians referred to as its “add-a-bit” method of construction led to ‘a number of curious eccentricities’, writes David Gilmour
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Open Magazine 9h
Beware the King of Crazytown: The presidency is pure circus. India should be realistic in its expectations, writes
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Open Magazine 10h
Before the makers of 2.0 (2018) roped in to play the antagonist opposite , they were in advanced talks with for the role. That’s not a joke, writes
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Open Magazine 10h
Pitted against a patriarchal church and an indifferent state, a nun’s life is a lone battle. And it all returns to her body, says ,
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Shreevatsa Nevatia 24h
I absolutely loved your book. Thank you so much for it.
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Dr Ambrish Mithal 20h
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Unnikrishnan AG 11h
Gluten is not necessarily the answer to health in all, while certain populations benefit from it, argues this well written and balanced article.
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Shreevatsa Nevatia Sep 21
A few philosophers, psychiatrists and writers (, , ) are using the ideas of , and the to give the genre of a much-needed overhaul. My piece for -
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Gordon Marino 24h
Thanks for the thoughtful reading and kind words!
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Open Magazine Sep 21
Are you a nut? The fashionable is not necessarily the healthy option, writes
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Open Magazine Sep 21
For . Not just India First but India Eternal, says ,
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Open Magazine Sep 21
Only echoes allowed: The New York Review of Books editor pays the price of being a true liberal in the age, says
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Open Magazine Sep 21
The India of : gives a Hindu definition to unity-in-diversity, writes ,
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Open Magazine Sep 21
: on the Cold War and Mitrokhin revelations
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Open Magazine Sep 21
Chicago Notebook: at the World Hindu Congress
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Open Magazine Sep 21
Courting controversy: The travails of Justice Misra are those of a soldier in an age that wants heroes, writes
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Open Magazine Sep 20
David Gilmour on class, race and the colonial clubs of India: Members only
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Dr Ambrish Mithal Sep 20
Column on the gluten controversy!
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Open Magazine Sep 20
Nun The Less: In a historic show of solidarity, a group of nuns in Kerala has forced the church and the state to finally act against a bishop who had allegedly raped one of them. in Kochi listens to the sisters who dared
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