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    Covid + Lockdown impact: Kerala estimates Q1 loss of Rs 80,000 crore to GVAMiseries of migrant labourers worsen amid coronavirus pandemic and lockdownLife in a Coronavirus lockdown at 153 Lajpat NagarModern period
    Modern period
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    Anti-CAA protests: People hold up Constitution as the only document that mattersYouth should not remain neutral: Aishe Ghosh, JNUSU PresidentJNU students and teachers recall the January 5 night when an armed, masked mob attacked themIt would have been too Bollywood to have a Dalit hero: 'Article 15' director Anubhav Sinha
    There is a drought, but people are still happy to watch cricket: Amitav GhoshA connoisseur of life and letters
    A connoisseur of life and letters
    10 Jun 2019 06:57 AM IST
    English is a bigger mentor and a closer friend: Paul Zacharia, Malayalam writerWomen who want to worship Ayyappan face the wrath of the elite Liberals Against Sabarimala
    Kochi Biennale: Fest hosts art works by women, Dalit and tribal artistsHow women film-makers like Meghna Gulzar, Rima Das, Anjali Menon & Nandita Das are changing the face of Indian cinemaFormer CEA Arvind Subramanian’s book on ‘Modi-Jaitley Economy’ to hit stands soonSabarimala verdict: SC strikes at the roots of prejudice against menstruation
    Gandhi’s Ram was in his heart. He did not need a big temple: Ramachandra GuhaRSS is a lot more diverse than it used to be: Author Walter AndersenMalayalam film actors’ body shows staggering misogyny as it welcomes back DileepCan Tamils reconcile Rajini's politics with his art?
    Micro targeting of voters can swing entire elections: Bartlett, who discovered Congress poster in Cambridge Analytica officeView: Tharoor’s attempt to absolve Hinduism of caste system shows how blind the privileged can beMore and more women define their greatest relationship with kids not as moms but as auntsWhy 'Padmaavat' connection to history or Malik Muhammad Jayasi’s poem is flimsy
    View: How financial journalists bond with the BudgetAfter the giddy early years of the millennium, a sense of grown-upness to 2018So, who was Padmavati?
    So, who was Padmavati?
    26 Nov 2017 12:00 AM IST
    Facebook is a bigger threat to privacy than is Aadhaar, says tech entrepreneur Vivek Wadhwa
    If they watched my film, they would have loved it: Ravi JadhavThis move could put the International Film Festival of India face to face with one of its biggest scandals yetDalit votes will go to Congress in Gujarat: Jignesh Mevani, convener, RDAMThe ring changed Dushyanta from a lying cad to an honourable man: Wendy Doniger
    How Dakshayani Velayudhan broke the iron ceiling of caste to become the only Dalit woman in Constituent AssemblyHow Partition's grandchildren on both sides of the border are collecting memorabiliaWill the Environment Ministry order really ruin leather and meat processing industries?Why does Kerala beef get North India's goat?
    Fiction not being real undermines fiction: Arundhati RoyHypernationalism is stupid but borders must be protected: Anuja Chauhan'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' review: Amar Chitra Katha at its exaggerated worstIndian youth is a strange mix of conservative and liberal attitudes: Survey
    Democracy is damaged when people are afraid to speak out: Amartya SenMeet this modern artist who converted Gandhi’s speech into a catacomb of bonesA huge section of the educated elite, chooses to be blatantly illiberalNFDC’s Film Bazaar becomes indie cinema’s go-to place for funds
    Helpless citizen 'warrior against corruption' in PM Modi's note-ban bidIndia ups the stakes after sharp signal of surgical strike: Ex-CIA official1991 reform was Narasimhanomics, Congress downplayed Rao’s role: Sanjaya BaruRahul Gandhi should retire, BJP will be hegemonic force for next 15-20 years: Ramachandra Guha
    Amit Shah's Vamana Jayanti tweet sparks a row on Onam eveWhy women should have the right to enter SabarimalaCricket is so big in India that it’s almost invisible: Aravind AdigaWhy Adoor Gopalakrishnan's 'Pinneyum' is just half feminism
    Gurvinder Singh’s 'Chauthi Koot' portrays terror on screen without showing any violenceThe return of Dalit heroine in Malayalam cinemaWhy CBFC refused to certify Malayalam film 'Ka Bodyscapes'25 years of reforms: How a PM with zero knowledge of economics scripted India's biggest turnaround story
    Malayalam filmmakers prefer citizens over producers for fundingKerala poll verdict: BJP has opened its account, but the party has not been able to leverage the Modi factor after 2014Why doesn't NGMA have space for adivasi artists, asks Venkat Raman Singh ShyamAll you need to know about mobile-first publishing startup Juggernaut
    How we colluded in turning Paravur into an inferno that has claimed 107 lives so farA timetravel through Parsi portraits
    A timetravel through Parsi portraits
    27 Mar 2016 05:37 AM IST
    There is no tech bubble: Twitter co-founder Biz StonePM Manmohan Singh was in office, but not in power: Sanjaya Baru in his book
    Why Dedh Ishqiya is aadhaa lesbian loveAAP takes charge: The common man can be Delhi’s heroET Recommendations: Best cars, gizmos, albums & books to look out for in 2014Vikram Seth slams BJP's views on homosexuality
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