A booze test is mandatory for Indian pilots, but is seldom conducted at foreign destinations
Death Stalks Nearby
More and more Kashmiri militants are being gunned down near their homes—much
like the killings
of cops and soldiers at or near their homes
The Legend of DeMo
It’s been two years since the Modi government scrapped two high-value notes
in a surprise demonetisation move. We look at the fallout.
Which Way Does the Hawa Blow?
The battle lines are drawn, and the BJP is angling to repeat its 2014 feat. It has
but is the voter as confident about the party as he was then?
A Fort Full of Folk
Tar, kamaicha and the like. A look at some unusual traditional instruments
that are quietly
receding from the public ear.
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