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The forgotten rivalry between Patel and Bose
Hindustan Times

The forgotten rivalry between Patel and Bose

By RAMACHANDRA GUHA Before the 2014 elections, supporters of the BJP used Vallabhbhai Patel as a stick to beat Jawaharlal Nehru with. More recently, they have added a new weapon, the legacy of Subhas Bose. This raises questions of ideological ... Navhind Times, 3 weeks ago
First Post.com

Is Ramachandra Guha right in believing the Right lacks 'intellectual' heft?

Historian Ramachandra Guha believes that the Indian Right has produced more ideologues than intellectuals. But he probably excludes many who could be called intellectuals by defining "intellectual" too narrowly The post Is Ramachandra Guha right in believing ...
 First Post.com2 months ago

RAMACHANDRA GUHA THE BHARATIYA BIG BROTHER AND ALL HIS NEIGHBOURS

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Columnists HT Columnists Columnists New Delhi, May 10 -- In his 2011 book The Tryst Betrayed: Reflections on Diplomacy and Development, Jagat Mehta argued ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago The Bharatiya big brother and all his neighbours  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Open Magazine

50 OPEN MINDS: PUBLIC SQUARE

Salman Rushdie • Pratap Bhanu Mehta • Ramachandra Guha • Sunil Khilnani • Swapan Dasgupta • Brahma Chellaney • Pankaj Mishra • Harish Salve • Sanjay Subrahmanyam • Atul Kohli ANNIVERSARY ISSUE For so long, the ...
 Open2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

General elections or elections of Generals?

Visiting India in 1961, the writer Aldous Huxley found it almost infinitely depressing, overwhelmed by overpopulation, underemployment, growing unrest… In a letter to his brother, Huxley wrote that when Nehru goes, the government will become a ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago
New Indian Express

More Than a Chronicle

A fast bowler whose career was ended after his lover's husband chased him off a balcony. Another whose eyes were so blue, they prompted the queen of England to stop and ask, why there were so. A boy who fell off a tree, watching the great Hanif ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago
Outlook India

R.I.P. Prof Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri

Noted academician and eminent economist, Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri, popularly called MDC by the generations students he taught at the Delhi School of Economics where he a professor died on May 19 at his residence in Pune. He was 81 years old. ...
 Outlook India2 days ago

The road to Malgudi

A quest for RK Narayan's fictional town — replete with old-world charm and character — leads to many interesting twists and turns, stories and discoveries Modern-day Bengaluru has an endless Outer Ring Road. Cars, lorries, buses whizz past, ...
 Hindu Business Line2 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Slow and unsteady

The death of Lee Kuan Yew raises the question once again whether his model of authoritarian democracy could have given India faster progress. During the 31 years when Lee was prime minister, followed by the 20 years when he was senior government ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

The Tears of the Rajas: Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805-1905

I am not sure why this should be so, but it is undeniable that the present time is providing something of an intellectual feast for those with an interest in India and its history. Writers and publishers seem to have realized at last that the ...
 Caixin Online2 weeks ago
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