The Mahatma and anarchy

Much before he turned a Mahatma, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was a strong proponent of anarchy - a state governed by law and "freedom without force", writes AMIT KHANNA
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As Padmaavat is targeted, recalling other films under fire

The more things change, the more they remain the same, says SUBHASH K JHA
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Why I Am A Hindu: Shashi Tharoor’s new book

Beyond the Hindutva debate, Shashi Tharoor's new book a self-discovery of a 'believing Hindu'
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A new chapter in Victoria-India ties

The newly launched Vic-India Strategy and Premier Daniel Andrews’ maiden visit to India are mutually beneficial, writes PREETI JABBAL
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Only one generation be allowed to use reservation: Sonam ‘3 Idiots’ Wangchuk

Educationist Sonam Wangchuk also plans to set up 'alternative' university, write RITURAJ BARUAH and ROHIT VAID

A muddy party for Mother Earth

The simple - and fun! - activity of seed balls is helping improve greenery in parts of India

No child left behind

Albert Park Rotarians support differently-abled children in rural Bihar.

Babri Masjid anniversary: ‘There was never an iota of communal hatred in Ayodhya’

25 years after the demolition of the Babri Masjid, citizens of Ayodhya talk about their age-old heritage of cultural collaboration, writes SAURABH KATKURWAR
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What the Padmavati protests will do

Outrage over the period drama will dissuade filmmakers from touching sensitive subjects and dilute the authority of the censor board, writes AMULYA GANGULI

Haryanvi girl!

Haryana’s women achievers are rescripting the state’s reputation for sexual discrimination, writes JAIDEEP SARIN