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Devyani Onial


Uttarakhand HC quashes President’s rule: Laddoos in Cong, wilted garlands in BJP
Fri, Apr 22, 2016

Rawat said people of the state suffered a lot due to the political instability.

Kids would peep in, ask how’s Shaktiman… now he’s gone
Tue, Jul 12, 2016

Wounded during a BJP protest, Dehradun Police horse dies days after he was fitted with prosthetic limb; accused MLA says he will build a memorial.

Shaktiman learns to walk again — with shoe, prosthetic leg from US
Tue, Jul 12, 2016

The shoes have come all the way from the US, to be donned on his right hind foot to give him support as he learns to walk on his other new prosthetic leg that too was flown from Virginia last week.

JNU row: TV debates where anchors played judge and jury
Tue, Feb 23, 2016

Looking back on a week of TV debates where the anchors played judge and jury on JNU students and ‘anti-nationalism’

Music in the house: Can you hear Noor Jehan?
Sun, Dec 27, 2015

In Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, hear the hits of yesterday come alive on the gramophone.

Bet on the blues: Do you long for a blue sky?
Sun, Dec 13, 2015

A child’s first canvas has always been a house and a family standing below a crayonned blue sky. But must the blue sky now become a mere memory, to be lugged back from vacations and longed for at all other times?

Neighbourhood watch: In conversation with Kishwar Naheed
Sun, Dec 13, 2015

Pakistani feminist poet Kishwar Naheed on her poem that became an anthem for women’s rights, challenging tradition, and the lessons India can learn from Pakistan.

Historian Pathak to return Padma, cites ‘intolerance’
Tue, Nov 03, 2015

Former professor of History at the Kumaun University in Uttarakhand and a founder of the Nainital-based People’s Association for Himalaya Area Research (PAHAR), Pathak received the Padma Shri in 2007.

Hamid Ansari visits Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm temples in Cambodia
Fri, Sep 18, 2015

After Angkor Wat, Ansari and the Indian delegation also made a pit stop at Cambodia’s other stunning temple, the Ta Prohm, where, too, India was involved in its restoration and is set to start a new phase of restoration soon.

Cambodia’s Genocide Museum: A high school that became Khmer Rouge torture cell
Fri, Sep 18, 2015

It was a high school when the Pol Pot regime took over it after coming to power. As the classrooms changed into cells and the cries of prisoners replaced the cheerful laughter of children, S-21 entered the modern lexicon of horror.

Cambodia visit: Hamid Ansari calls for efforts to boost bilateral trade
Thu, Sep 17, 2015

Cambodian Deputy PM Sok An urged Ansari to get Bollywood to shoot in Cambodia and reiterated the demand for a direct flight between the countries.

Explained: Assessing Aurangzeb
Mon, Sep 07, 2015

A religious zealot, an able administrator, a narrow-minded ruler are some labels that the sixth Mughal emperor bears. Was he India’s cruellest despot or just a religious conservative who lacked the flair and imagination of his ancestors?

Humans of New York inspires a home page: Muslims of India
Sun, Jan 18, 2015

Though the subjects of the page are all Muslims, the followers include non-Muslims too.

Months on, San Francisco editor Sarah Lacy is ‘sad to be this right’ on Uber
Wed, Dec 10, 2014

After the Delhi rape case, Lacy tweeted saying she is “really sad to be this right” when she urged women to block Uber.

Battleground Amethi: Congress faces a tough contest from AAP, BJP
Sun, May 04, 2014

The Congress has rarely faced a contest here. Not this time, as the the BJP’s Smriti Irani and AAP’s Kumar Vishwas take on Rahul Gandhi.

‘I was trying to make sense of the jungle mosaic across a territory as big as France’
Sun, Apr 06, 2014

Pradip Krishen on his new book on the trees of central India, and why he won’t direct a film again.

With a father’s hug, N D Tiwari accepts his son Rohit Shekhar
Tue, Mar 04, 2014

At a press conference, Tiwari patted Shekhar, and spoke about his relationship with Ujjwala’s father.

Tehelka sexual assault case: The one and many Tarun Tejpals
Sun, Dec 01, 2013

A talented,ambitious journalist,a flamboyant editor - Tejpal kept pushing the envelope till 2 days in Goa.

A Muggle Murder
Sat, Aug 17, 2013

An Afghan war veteran cracks a whodunit. You know who wrote it,of course

‘It’s a misnomer that to appeal to the youth you have to write chill,chill,chill thrice’
Sun, Aug 04, 2013

Adman and lyricist Prasoon Joshi speaks about growing up in small-town India,advertising as "transparent" hyperbole and his debut as a scriptwriter with Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. This session was moderated by National Features Editor Devyani Onial

Azamgarh’s Weaves and Melodies
Thu, Apr 04, 2013

The few times that Azamgarh has found itself in news has been because of its “terror tag”.

Azamgarh’s Weaves and Melodies
Thu, Apr 04, 2013

The few times that Azamgarh has found itself in news has been because of its terror tag.

‘When young people want to carve out a regional identity,they go to Khusrau’
Thu, Mar 07, 2013

Two exhibitions on Amir Khusrau celebrate the pluralist philosopher.

Kali Rani’s Keeper
Sun, Feb 24, 2013

Remembering Mohamed Osman,one of India’s last falconers,and his love for predatory birds

Search for a DNA
Sun, Jun 10, 2012

With the results of the DNA test in the N D Tiwari paternity suit to be out soon