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14 Nationalism In Need

Our nationalism’s journey has been unfortunate. We started out with a reassuring

idea based

on just principles and have ended up with a many-headed monster. Ramachandra Guha writes.

28 Break Through The Barbs

Irfan Habib expounds on the shadow cast by religious chauvinism pushed by majoritarian


on India’s being. The need for a positive patriotism was never so dearly felt.

34 Mission Country

Saji Narayanan C.K. writes about the legacy of the RSS and why the Left is sidelined in India

47 Another Dive Into Depth

On the 70th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination, Apoorvanand urges us to

revisit the philosophy of the father of the nation, make our own peace with it

64 Hindsight and the Caravan of Life

Do open wounds heal? Muzaffarnagar five years after a riot.

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