A legal closure of the Ram Janmabhoomi land row could happen, but the Babri masjid suit
may linger on—27 years since kar sevaks unleashed the wrecking ball on Babar’s mosque
The Code Enigma
The BJP promised to toss away J&K’s special status. It did. The party’s vow includes a
uniform civil code for all religions on all matters of life (and death). Will it go ahead?
Smile, India Inc
The FM has a range of measures, including rolling back ‘unfriendly’ steps, to keep a sinking
economy afloat. The RBI contributes its bit: Rs 1.75 lakh crore. Will these help, actually?
Life In The Fast Lane
Jofra Archer revives the fine art of lethal fast bowling, the odd one catching a neck or a
head. His tribe is increasing in world cricket, the swagger never at odds with the bravado.
Cut From A Different Cloth
The queer, the midget, the plump, the wheel chair-bound…the catwalk is a runaway hit
not because of the svelte models but the so-called oddballs who are as much a part of us
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