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  • Blog: <i>Wonder Woman</i> Is The Superhero We Need And The One We Deserve
    Rohit Khilnani
    What Wonder Woman does is give everyone a break from the boys club that dominates the superhero scene. Somewhere far away Superman, Spider-Man, Iron Man and other male superheroes are going to watch this one closely
    Blog
  • Opinion: What BJP Critics Don't Tell You On TV Debates
    Sudesh Verma
    In many of the television debates that I have participated in, I observed that of the four panelists opposed to the BJP - it is invariably four versus one - all of them rephrase the criticism labelled by the first mover rather than coming out with something new.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Modi Leaves It To Trolls To Defend Cattle Ban
    Mahua Moitra
    Modi-ji and his government seem to have left it to the ever-increasing army of BJP trolls to defend the issue in a post-truth world where the fog of hate clouds fact and legality.
    Opinion
  • Blog: The High Price Of Trump's Visa Policies
    The month of May is graduation time here in Dubai, too. The seniors at the university where I teach happily toss their mortarboards into the air and pose for selfies, as seniors do annually. But this year something is different: When I ask the new grads where they will go for their summer internships or jobs or even vacations, I'm hearing much more...
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  • Opinion: The Danger Of Becoming Jammu vs Kashmir
    Mani Shankar Aiyar
    Let us move forward with whom we can - but let us move forward. We cannot remain mired in denial.
    Opinion
  • Blog: Don't Look Back In Anger: Running To Keep Manchester United
    Gauri Datta Gupta
    This is no ordinary Sunday and today's Great Manchester Run is no ordinary marathon. Each one here has defied the severe threat warning called after the concert carnage and is here to display the famed Northern grit. It's a gamble they are willing to wager to keep the spirit of this inclusive, historic, shaken city aloft.
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  • Blog: My Abusive Marriage And What I Learnt From It
    Meena Kandasamy
    As women, we tend to look past these taunts and barbs and admonitions about our clothes or the length and state of our hair. We forgive our boyfriends or husbands for their uncultivated tastes, their conservative choices, their religious upbringing, their rural origins or their political positions.
    Blog
  • Opinion: 6 Lessons I’ve Learnt As An MP Including Perils Of Khan Market
    Derek O'Brien
    To be honest, six years in parliament have taught me something new almost every day. Here are six lessons from these past six years.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Modi Government Seeks To Impose A Food Code On Indians
    Brinda Karat
    The attempts to impose a food code on Indians by the saffron brigade has now been taken forward by the central government in the form of an atrocious amendment to the Rules under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. Issued on May 25, on the eve of the celebrations of the completion of three years of the Modi Government, it symbolizes the irrat...
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Who Is Leaking Documents To Kapil Mishra And Why?
    Ashutosh
    In the advertising world, sponsored programmes are routine. They are simply an attempt to promote a specific product or an activity. The names of the sponsors are mostly known and the product is clearly identified. But for the last three decades, the word "sponsor" has become much maligned. In India, it is most often known in the realm of terrorism...
    Opinion
  • Blog: The Sachin Tendulkar And Dhoni Films Tell Us Nothing We Don't Already Know
    Rohit Khilnani
    There were no dressing room conversations - journalists say that's where the real stories are. If cricketers have had their share of problems, which is only natural, why hide them as if they never happened? If I wanted to watch a happy film with a happy ending, I would rather go for a Karan Johar film
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  • Blog: What It's Really Like To Attend A Salman Khan Event
    Rohit Khilnani
    What drives most of us up the wall is something that happened even yesterday at the trailer launch of Tubelight. For over an hour, while we were seated, we had to listen to the same song over and over again - yesterday, the song Radio from Tubelight played on loop
    Blog
  • Opinion: Decoding Brad Pitt's Encounter With Shah Rukh Khan
    Raja Sen
    The difference between the two kinds of moviemaking is rarely expressed in such sharp relief as the chat Brad Pitt and Shah Rukh Khan had in a Mumbai hotel on Wednesday. Organised by Netflix ahead of the worldwide release of War Machine - produced by Pitt's production company, Plan B productions - the event was kept impressively under wraps
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Modi Government At 3 Years Out-Scores Vajpayee's
    Chandan Mitra
    This article is not aimed at narrating the achievements of three years of Narendra Modi's government. This is an attempt to underline the transformational quality of his governance.
    Opinion
  • Blog: Let's Be Honest - Deepika, Ash Got It All Wrong At Cannes
    Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava
    There must be something in the air at Cannes. How else do you explain why one of the most gorgeous faces around makes a mandatory faux pas appearance or three every year at the French Riviera?
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