MAY 2014

MAY 2014

Cover Story and Featured Stories

All opinion polls and media reports suggest that the Narendra Modi-led BJP could emerge as the single largest party and form the next government
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Poor infrastructure and general ugliness of B-towns of Eastern Uttar Pradesh is feeding this intense desire for change
Sanjay Kapoor Bhadoi 

Moin Qureshi, the meat exporter raided by the IT department, appears to be a hawala operator linked to top politicians and bureaucrats
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi 

A strong showing by the BJP-led alliance in Tamil Nadu could upset many a calculation
Sanjay Kapoor Coimbatore 

Communal polarization looms thickly over the Varanasi election, owing to Modi’s candidature
Pradeep Kapoor Varanasi 

The SC ruling that recognizes transgenders as a third gender category is historic — if not a little late in the day — but the long struggle for equal rights for all has only just begun
Souzeina S Mushtaq Delhi

What started as mere documentation became a serious project to engage with politics at the ground that gave birth to the Aam Aadmi Party
Souzeina S Mushtaq Delhi

Another one of Chetan Bhagat’s unreadable works of fiction gets an infusion of life by the commercial geniuses of Indian cinema
Sonali Ghosh Sen Delhi