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The pandemic has highlighted the close linkages between people and nature. The PM, through his term, has often spoken about placing environmental consciousness at the heart of India’s future.(ANI)

What the PM did not say | HT Editorial

UPDATED ON JUN 12, 2020 07:22 PM IST
More clarity is required on both the economy and environment
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Naxal cadre in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh on February 4, 2010.(Tribhuvan Tiwari/Outlook)
Naxal cadre in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh on February 4, 2010.(Tribhuvan Tiwari/Outlook)

Excerpt: Nightmarch by Alpa Shah

By Alpa Shah | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON DEC 01, 2018 09:57 AM IST
In 2010, Alpa Shah, dressed as a man in military fatigues set out on a seven-night march with a naxal platoon. While her book looks at dispossession and the conflict at the heart of India, this excerpt also reveals how upper caste leaders police the relationships of tribal foot soldiers
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The Madhya Pradesh assembly election matters because the state is a microcosm of Indian diversity, with a range of caste groups, tribals and Muslims(PTI)
The Madhya Pradesh assembly election matters because the state is a microcosm of Indian diversity, with a range of caste groups, tribals and Muslims(PTI)

Madhya Pradesh is the most crucial among the five states going to the polls

By HT Correspondent | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON NOV 27, 2018 06:42 PM IST
As the battle in the heart of India gets underway today, it will not only reveal the preferences of the state’s voters and issues that concern them, but also shape the future trajectories of both the national parties, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress
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Emperor Bahadur Shah II , the last of the Mughal rulers (1837-1858). He was deposed after the events of 1857. The British exiled him to Rangoon.(Getty Images)
Emperor Bahadur Shah II , the last of the Mughal rulers (1837-1858). He was deposed after the events of 1857. The British exiled him to Rangoon.(Getty Images)

Excerpt: City of My Heart by Rana Safvi

By Rana Safvi | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON NOV 16, 2018 03:37 PM IST
A moving excerpt from a book featuring four translations of Urdu narratives of what happened in Delhi after the events of 1857
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Picture of grief: Vaishali Samde with her daughter Gayatri (centre), 2015.(Kota Neelima)
Picture of grief: Vaishali Samde with her daughter Gayatri (centre), 2015.(Kota Neelima)

Review: Widows of Vidarbha by Kota Neelima

By Manjula Narayan | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON APR 27, 2018 06:30 PM IST
Widows of Vidarbha is a powerful book on the wives of farmers who kill themselves after they lose their crop
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