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Left in the margins

simantini krishnan The decline of the Left was established beyond doubt in the recently concluded polls. A similar outcome can be expected in the West Bengal assembly elections of 2016. With the Trinamul Congress racing ahead in the electoral game ... The Statesman, 1 week ago

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Bangladesh Daily Star

In search of answers

Partition's Post-Amnesias, Ananya Jahanara Kabir, The University Press Limited PARTITION'S Post-Amnesias is an interesting book, not the least because it is also intriguing. The author, Ananya Jahanara Kabir, is a professor of English Literature ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago
Kathmandu Post

Imagination of a nation

JUN 17 - I was sixteen during Nepal's first democratic uprising under an alliance led by BP Koirala's party; at the same time, Burma was holding a democratic election that endorsed Aung San Suu Kyi's party with an overwhelming number of votes.
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago

When a militant calls… for the last time

The cult of jihadist martyrdom has gone viral in the Valley through the taped last conversations between dying militants and their families. Riyaz Wani reports on the phenomenon Last rites Locals attend the funeral of a militant killed in an ...
 Tehelka1 month ago

Reading in the Clouds

The Mountain Echoes literary festival is a charming gathering of writers and artists, set in Thimphu, one of the most beautiful places on earth, reports Aditya Mani Jha. The Taktsang monastery (popularly known as Tiger's Nest) at Paro, Bhutan.
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago

A useful ignorance

In recent weeks, there has been much talk of a growing challenge to the Nehruvian consensus. Influenced by this chatter, two journalists, one Indian, the other Western, asked me to comment on whether Narendra Modi becoming prime minister would mean ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

A jugaad of chalta hai blogs

Oh no, not another book by a foreign correspondent on India growing/stagnating/declining (choose one). That was my initial reaction to the volume by John Elliott. I had previously abandoned reviewing a couple of others of the genre. I suspended my ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

A summer game for all seasons

ELK STOPPED PLAY AND OTHER TALES Edited by Charlie Connelly, Bloomsbury, Rs 299 Cricket is an Indian game that the British discovered: so Ashis Nandy who gave conventional wisdom a bizarre twist to underline the Indian obsession with the English ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Gulf News

Is Modi the best populist India can hope for?

NaMo ticks none of the values that are laid out in his country's constitution There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen, wrote Lenin. Last weekend, as the Nehru-Gandhi franchise took one of its biggest ...
 Gulf News2 months ago
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