England in India
art and politics
Art over revolution? Also, is ‘La Dolce Vita’ appropriate for the Cuban working class?
Filmmakers and curators navigated through choppy ideological waters in the early years of Fidel Castro’s Cuba.
Intelligence ignored: Why is Indian army being caught napping time and again?
The latest attack in Nagrota takes the toll of security personnel killed in border-related incidents this month to 11 – over 40 in the last three months.
Watch: Pakistan's blue-eyed 'Chaiwala' is back, with a music video and really awkward lyrics
Are the singers insulting him or praising him?
Cauliflower sells for Rs one a kilo in one Bihar market as demonetisation depresses demand
Buyers are cutting back on consumption, traders are losing margins, and farmers are paying their workers in kind.
The warm heart of Kashmir: The history and beauty of the kanger
With practise, you can hold a kanger and sleep through the night – though burned socks and damaged floors could follow.
Why is the cricket Women’s Asia Cup such an important tournament for India?
India have never lost this tournament since its inception in 2004.
Amended tax laws are as poorly conceptualised as demonetisation – and may even be unconstitutional
According to the Constitution, all income tax must be divided between the Centre and the state.
The Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: With 7 soldiers dead, a reminder that demonetisation or strikes can't stop terror
Everything you need to know for the day (and a little more).
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