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VOL-9, ISSUE-52
December, 29 2012 
Face-Off 2012?
A missing link in the mining scam?
Leave them kids alone
Rupika Chawla
A Biennale in the Making
VOL-9, ISSUE-51
December, 22 2012 
Indian sport & the political players
‘Earlier, they had to walk two days to bring back rice. Now they can hire a jeep’
Psy-ops, coming to a screen near you
The Sour Taste of Eye Candy
The Postmodern Sutradhar
VOL-9, ISSUE-50
December, 15 2012 
Can the media bail itself out in time?
The hand that rocked the cradle
The demand for a vote on FDI in retail shouldn’t be seen as a worrying precedent
Peter Pan in Fashion’s Neverland
The Museum of Itinerants
VOL-9, ISSUE-49
December, 8 2012 
Sweet Deals Are Made Of Gas
Enough fodder on Sinha’s past
Why I don’t take Kolar lightly
Graphic Violence
The History Project
VOL-9, ISSUE-48
December, 1 2012 
A hot shop gone cold?
All to the sweat shop
Bal Thackeray’s death has as many difficult lessons for our democracy as did his life
‘The Left and the liberals have allowed the Hindu Right to hijack patriotism’
Making Sound Waves
VOL-9, ISSUE-47
November, 24 2012 
The Kyi To the Great Game East
What is S Gurumurthy up to?
Equal treatment of unequals perpetuates inequality
Mrs. Khan can
Sex Pistons
VOL-9, ISSUE-46
November, 17 2012 
A Time To THiNK
Out of the Box
Postscript
Soundbite
The zipless mouth
VOL-9, ISSUE-45
November, 10 2012 
The Iron man Begins To rust
Why is the Congress playing Safe on fake Encounters?
If the UPA finds itself in a quandary, it is because of its bets on those of the wrong generation
The Uncertainty Principle
‘Un-success seemed to suit these three’
VOL-9, ISSUE-44
November, 3 2012 
The Dark And The Sublime: The Story Of Rajat Gupta
The art of flying on froth
Independent Cinema Needs Patronage and Subsidy
The journey to find home
Finding Gandhi in cyberspace
VOL-9, ISSUE-43
October, 27 2012 
Realty comes back to bite the Pawar family
When David took on Goliath
The breached moat signals that something is shifting in Indian democracy
Lit By Fire
The day the music lived
VOL-9, ISSUE-42
October, 20 2012 
We walk. For the good earth that is ours
The dirty clean-up work
On a right wing and a prayer
The Honey Trap
Where the one-eyed lens is king
VOL-9, ISSUE-41
October, 13 2012 
The war we lost
Last man, Last round
Why is the possibility of alternative thought so outlawed in this country?
How ‘Mahatma’ Betrays Gandhi
The Prisoner of Pottermania
VOL-9, ISSUE-40
October, 6 2012 
Greed
The bones of contention
Love thy Prophet, Tenderly
A heroine of the peripheral
Indie Creed
VOL-9, ISSUE-39
September, 29 2012 
The plunder under his watch
The slow boat to high growth
The UPA’s ‘reforms’ are impelled by alarmism and have an element of window-dressing
His Bloody Valentine
‘Naxals and CRPF know guns aren’t the solution’
VOL-9, ISSUE-38
September, 22 2012 
The Invisible Dead
Dr Verghese Kurien From milk to management
Sovereignty in India has historically been seen as belonging not to the people but to the State
Red Tape Trips Medal Hopes
Big Stories From A Small-Town Man
VOL-9, ISSUE-37
September, 15 2012 
The silence of the lamb
Farmers should sell their land invest in stocks
This is a fight between those who can think straight and those who can’t
I am what I say I am
‘We do not have the numbers. Our voices will never be heard’
VOL-9, ISSUE-36
September, 8 2012 
‘It is very lonely to fight for justice’
The sting in the story
Much remains undone
The Bhatts’ Guide To Sleeper Hits
A sleeping Giant Awakes
VOL-9, ISSUE-35
September, 1 2012 
The dark horse for 2014?
‘Both BJP and the Congress want to avoid a debate’
The broken idea of India
Nice guys finish first
The Endurance Of Influence
VOL-9, ISSUE-34
August, 25 2012 
The Baba The Blackness And The Sheep
It’s Punish Or Perish
How can a cook or Northeastern student in Pune be culpable for Bodo violence in Assam?
Silver Lining
A man with no masters
VOL-9, ISSUE-33
August, 18 2012 
The Kejriwal Conundrum
Burning both ends
Rare Metals
She’s got that winning feeling
The television ratings game is broken beyond repair
VOL-9, ISSUE-32
August, 11 2012 
Coal Spill
The hunger games and dreams of power
The case of exploding lawsuits
Out
Come together, over tea
VOL-9, ISSUE-31
August, 4 2012 
What is his gameplan?
Notes from the dead house
Cocktail reinforces every stereotype and impulse for misogyny in the Indian psyche
Fever Pitch
Will the real Homi please stand up?
VOL-9, ISSUE-30
July, 28 2012 
The Tail has Begun to Wag the Dog
Manufactured Shame
For many Indians, ecological concerns mean nothing but an ATM machine not yet plundered
London calling
The after shadow of the star
VOL-9, ISSUE-29
July, 21 2012 
Will the dream team deliver?
600 Animals Dead 1,000 Displaced
How can a class of people who lust after ‘superpower’ status show such pygmy-sized self-worth?
The World According to Shashi
The ordinary star
VOL-9, ISSUE-28
July, 14 2012 
A parivar no more
Why anti-naxal ops have become a terrifying black hole
The elephant has become a mouse
‘In my films, I explore the darkness within’
‘As far as preservation goes, India is a disaster’
VOL-9, ISSUE-27
July, 7 2012 
Ruining a revival
Wakf land scam report in cold storage
The world has to give democracy in Egypt, and elsewhere in the Arab world, the patience it deserves
‘A C-grade film is misfits making cinema with blood, sweat and tears’
Heads and shoulders above
VOL-9, ISSUE-26
June, 30 2012 
The Messenger, And The Message
Helping Afghans find their feet
More than the exit of Pranab, it is the freedom from Mamata that lends the prime minister some hope
Raising The Bar
‘We live in an illusion of civilisation’
VOL-9, ISSUE-25
June, 23 2012 
Jailhouse Rock
Try Breaching Hooda’s Fortress
Salute To A Friend And Colleague
‘Float a camera and you find crazy things’
Synesthesia
VOL-9, ISSUE-24
June, 16 2012 
Firestarter
Who will answer for Lucas’ death?
The most favourable investment climate is one that is fair, competitive, transparent and sustainable
The Bang Bang Club
Life As Message
VOL-9, ISSUE-23
June, 9 2012 
Earth Aid: The India Story
The future is your choice, still
Modi is ready to take over. Is the BJP willing?
Why I Shoot
The Many Equations of Jagan’s Arrest
VOL-9, ISSUE-22
June, 2 2012 
The Free Radical
Ganga Damned
Grey Shades of White
Fair Factor
Super Sonic Travel
VOL-9, ISSUE-21
May, 26 2012 
Cartoons are not the only thing this is about
Drawing a dangerous line
Living in cities, we walk like tourists, unmindful of the hellishness of others’ lives, until it actually hits us
Her Bill Of Writes
A sting op gets its bite back
VOL-9, ISSUE-20
May, 19 2012 
The Riddler On The Roof
Trading With the Enemy
As long as the State sends brute force into its neglected heartland to reclaim its ‘writ’, Maoists will have an alibi
Feministory
Divas vs Parineeti Chopra
VOL-9, ISSUE-19
May, 12 2012 
Inside Abujmarh The Mythic Citadel
The Foot That Doesn’t Fit Any Shoe
The real scandal of Operation West End was not the findings on tape, but the reaction of the rulers
The Case of the Missing Detective
‘Detective fiction is not taken seriously’
VOL-9, ISSUE-18
May, 5 2012 
Guilty. Not guilty. Guilty...?
4. The GST of the story is bad policy
Manmohan And the art Of economic Hara-kiri
An uncertain refuge
A Bullet in the Echo Chamber
VOL-9, ISSUE-17
April, 28 2012 
Right man in the wrong polity
Arms Twisted
Bailout not the cure for Maharaja’s Air sickness
Myth busters of Mohali
A Song that will be sung
VOL-9, ISSUE-16
April, 21 2012 
The Raja Who Stole From The Poor
Who Will Win the Race to Raisina Hill?
Electric cars still waiting for a spark of innovation
Still Running On a Dream
Unheard. Unseen. Untouched
VOL-9, ISSUE-15
April, 14 2012 
The rapes will go on
What hit this land of plenty?
A tribal force or a forced tribulation
The twists and turns of being a luge athlete in India
The Phoenix Rises
VOL-9, ISSUE-14
April, 7 2012 
‘The Government Will Kill Me’
One-Man Army?
No Guns, No Glory
Tendulkar’s Powerplay
Rack and Reel
VOL-9, ISSUE-13
March, 31 2012 
Losing Steam
The Man without a smile
Where are farm hands when you need them?
The Picture of Dorian, Gay
The chick that tweets
VOL-9, ISSUE-12
March, 24 2012 
The manufacturing of dangerous lies
3. Permit Raj in a Brand New Avatar
Stretching the law for the sake of holy cows
Suresh Menon on the innings that built the wall
They Called Him Renegade
VOL-9, ISSUE-11
March, 17 2012 
Has the die been cast?
The Exacting Minister
In Denial of Fukushima
How the Mad One tames the desert
His Lips Are Sealed... for now
VOL-9, ISSUE-10
March, 10 2012 
‘Our sustained resistance has delegitimised Modi all over India, even in Gujarat’
The New Ambulance Chasers
EU carbon tax will ground more flights, cure no ills
The Hungry Gods
Neighbour’s Beauty, India’s Prize
VOL-9, ISSUE-09
March, 3 2012 
Two Men And A Vote
The Man from the Badlands
India’s Persian Puzzle
Mouth-Pleasures In Bangkok
Love Language Or Hate Speech
VOL-9, ISSUE-08
February, 25 2012 
Hindutva Lab 2.0
In Robert Vadra’s Wake
Maldivian malady catches India napping
‘I just showed up. Day after day’
The Surf is Up
VOL-9, ISSUE-07
February, 18 2012 
The Nowhere Plan
2. Ringing in the Changes
Pull the chain to stop this Gravy train
Is this Indian enough?
If Bombay hadn’t trumped Bengal
VOL-9, ISSUE-06
February, 11 2012 
The case against the AG
Tiller, Traitor, Developer, Sly
Does Yucky Make a Riot?
Notes on Jaipur, and other Exhilarations
Jitish makes alocal Call
VOL-9, ISSUE-05
February, 4 2012 
The Taming Of The Shrewd
Splinter cells and the Chaos Theory
‘People will act if the state fails to stop conversion’
Rushdie in a Land of Shame
‘Restrictions on Rushdie are not connected with UP elections’
VOL-9, ISSUE-04
January, 28 2012 
A power Boost to Past ties
Dalit and the dominoes
The Blame Game in Pak
She Doesn’t Know Anything About Art. And She Won’t Tell You What She Likes
Vaccines for Democracy
VOL-9, ISSUE-03
January, 21 2012 
It pays to Get your Feet dirty
The Cold Comforts of a Spat
Meet UP The New Bihar
The Divine Secrets of the Khan Sisterhood
Our You Tube Piper
VOL-9, ISSUE-02
January, 14 2012 
Their Winter of Discontent
‘An independent CBI director can still be held answerable and accountable’
Lessons from a Tiger Ride
Is this a Huge League of Faith?
Love 2 Bait U
VOL-9, ISSUE-01
January, 7 2012 
Like A Building Falling On Your Head
The Foreigner
The Glass Princess
The Hero’s Entry
Lost and Found

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