THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Books: WHOSE INDIA IS IT ANYWAY?

    Books: WHOSE INDIA IS IT ANYWAY? July 2017 - A DIVA OF FICTION RETURNS, AFTER 20 YEARS. Arundhati Roy’s second novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, is, like India, brimming with colorful characters and heartrending stories.

  • Musings: What Does America Want from Me?

    Musings: What Does America Want from Me? July 2017 - ASKING WHAT AMERICA WANTS FROM US: An immigrant ponders the richness of life in her adoptive homeland. And how little is expected in return.

  • People: The Write Stuff

    People: The Write Stuff July 2017 - Anjali Enjeti—essayist, book critic, activist, budding novelist—is a rising figure in the literary world. Anjali talks to Khabar about her journey from law to writing, and on art as resistance.

  • Enthusiasms: Auto at Your Service!

    Enthusiasms: Auto at Your Service! July 2017 - IS THERE ANYTHING LIKE AN AUTO? A warm-hearted paean to the common man or woman’s conveyance in India—the multi-tasking autorickshaw! Riding in one is the best way to take in a city’s sights 'n sounds.

  • Travel: Trekking in the Western Ghats

    Travel: Trekking in the Western Ghats July 2017 - SEVEN TREKS IN INDIA’S WESTERN GHATS: With an average elevation of 4,000 feet, the Western Ghats form one of India’s hottest biodiversity regions. Both nature and culture will enchant you.

  • TalkTime: Why Frogs Matter

    TalkTime: Why Frogs Matter July 2017 - Antiviral drugs are needed against influenza. Professor Jacob Joshy, immunologist at Emory University, considers frogs, and therefore wilderness preservation and biodiversity conservation.

  • IndiaScope: DEMOCRACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS

    IndiaScope: DEMOCRACY AND ITS DISCONTENTS July 2017 - While India has democratic procedures, democratic values—equality, justice, human rights—are often absent. Considering the position of women and minorities, Indian society is stratified and static.

  • Americana: First Amendment Showdown at Texas A&M

    Americana: First Amendment Showdown at Texas A&M July 2017 - Does the First Amendment apply to hate speech? If hate speech should be stopped, do you want the government to decide what people can or can't say? Or should spaces be safe for speech, not from it?

  • Perspective: Being Liberal in India: a Manifesto for Violent Times

    Perspective: Being Liberal in India: a Manifesto for Violent Times June 2017 - Dilip D’Souza asks, "What is a liberal," and "What is a liberal to do" about the world's injustices and problems. In John Donne’s words, “Any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind.”

  • Travel: My Andaman-Myanmar Sea Expedition

    Travel: My Andaman-Myanmar Sea Expedition June 2017 - KAALA PANI, the infamous jail of India's independence struggle, and PAGODAS IN MYANMAR: Sucheta Rawal takes us to these unconventional destinations and more from her recent sea expedition.

 

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