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THE HINDU February 12, 2017

More AIADMK leaders switch camps, back Panneerselvam

One Minister, 4 MPs come out in support of T.N. Chief Minister

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A slick on the shore and the murky aftermath

The recent oil spill may have dire implications for marine life and the livelihood of fisherfolk. It also raises questions on our preparedness to meet such disasters.

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'A thousand thousand reasons to live this life'

Marilynne Robinson's trilogy, like Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, asks questions about race, religion, freedom, exile Read more »

Making a terrible world beautiful

There is a strange comfort of reading dystopian fiction. 1984, Fahrenheit 451 and The Handmaid's Tale are not just about unchecked authoritarian regimes. They are also about human hope, optimism and the role of the individual Read more »

Gags, gag orders and other minefields in a free country

The outrage industry has been going ballistic in the country in recent years, forcing apologies

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In peaceful first phase, 64% polling recorded in U.P.

73 constituencies in western region voted for 839 candidates Read more »

Experts urge U.S. President to review ties with Pakistan

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Banks in a position to cut lending rates further: Patel

Rates have been reduced only on products such as home and personal loans

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SEBI lays down reforms roadmap for FY18

The regulator plans to reduce the listing time gap by bringing down the public issue timeline from the existing requirement of T+6. Read more »

Mushfiqur leads Bangladesh's valiant fightback

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Being desi in Trumpland

Travel visas and green cards, hecklers and hijabs: these are just some of the issues that are haunting people of Indian origin in Trump's America

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When black swallowed blue

The recent oil spill off the Kamarajar Port has spelt disaster for the fishing community. The public's doubts about consuming fish is only making matters worse, says fisherman C. Munusamy to AKILA KANNADASAN Read more »

'It's like you're in a Rolls-Royce…'

…says Karthi, as he describes the feeling of being in a Mani Ratnam film. He talks to vishal menon about Kaatru Veliyidai and the 'magic' that unfurls between 'action' and 'cut'

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Power politics

Cinematographer-turned-director Jeeva Shankar tells chitradeepa anantharam that his upcoming political drama, Yeman has nothing to do with the current political scenario in the State. Read more »

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