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Nobel laureate accuses Modi of blocking second term as Nalanda chancellor
North African nation’s ties with France return to the spotlight
The optimism of recent years when Indians talked of growing faster than China is of another era
‘If the west really is losing global significance, then anti-western movements are in trouble’
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A welcome contribution that signals the need for a deep debate about the direction of the country’s economy
The words ‘Islam’ and ‘Muslim’ are overused and have become catch-all terms to explain everything
Much of the journalism profession is motivated by a desire to tell stories without concern for the people in them, but someone’s got to do it
My children may have missed out on map-reading, but I do hope I have taught them to be courteous to others
Having a manifold of identities should be seen as a celebration of the sheer plurality involved in being human
It is rather too easy to exaggerate the effect of a reversal to the Labour party’s proposed path of cuts, says
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