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    The Hindu The study finds that incumbent party in the state – not at the centre – is more likely to win a by-poll.
    Datadelve

    Making sense of by-polls

    Historical data helps tell us who tends to win by-elections and why »
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    Hypertext

    The third coming of Apple?

    In 1997, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs returned to the company that he was so unceremoniously ejected from a few years earlier, beginning a second innings that the Wall Street Journal christened the... »
  • Free For All

    A Teachers' Day greeting

    The teachers' day speech is not the first attempt of the Modi government to alter the education system in India »
  • Tthe flag on Potala Palace.
    Tthe flag on Potala Palace.
    Suhasini Haidar

    Lhas-t China diary!

    LAST LOOK AT THE NEW LHASA Everywhere I look Lhasa has changed in unimaginable ways. If it wasn’t for the majestic and imposing structure of the Potala Palace, I would have a hard... »
  • Suhasini Haidar

    2 days in the Tibetan countryside

    RARE BEAUTY, RARE AIR In Beijing, we are prepared for our impending flight to the roof of the world. Our flight to Lhasa will take 4 hours, and we are climbing to an average altitu... »
Alternative views of the world around us, through tinted glasses. Break down contradictions in the human condition, or plumb the depths of popular culture. By The Way is what you may have missed in the mainstream.
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September 22, 2014

An open letter to Times of India

Another point of view »
Online, what you see is the tip of the iceberg. With Hypertext, surf the World Wide Web for trends, threats and the beginnings of a revolution.
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September 10, 2014

The third coming of Apple?

In 1997, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs returned to the company that he was so unceremoniously ejected from a few years earlier, beginning... »
Strategic & Diplomatic Affairs Editor Suhasini Haidar writes on foreign affairs and international relations.
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September 1, 2014

Faces of Tibet

A look at Tibet, the land of snows, through the prism of some of its more interesting and vibrant denizens. ... »
A blog that explores happenings in the realm of data and provides insights into the world we live in. Ultimately, people matter, not the numbers.
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September 20, 2014

Mangalyaan's amazing journey to Mars

Here's a timeline of key moments in the journey of India's first spacecraft to Mars. »
A blog on issues which need to be in the news, with focus on politics, environment, gender, and human rights. Leave a comment if you want to get in touch.
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September 9, 2014

A Teachers' Day greeting

The teachers' day speech is not the first attempt of the Modi government to alter the education system in India »
Even in the normal and the seemingly mundane routines of everyday life, there are victories and defeats. These matter the most, at the end of the day.
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August 26, 2014

Chronicles of an erstwhile fitness freak

I am deceptively healthy. The kind of deception that prompts people to say, "but you are so thin!" when I reach out for that s... »

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