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I can’t guarantee jobs... can’t incentivise going across LoC and returning this way: CM

Sunday 31 March '13

Omar Abdullah on the issue of rehabilitation of former militants at The Sunday Express’s Idea Exchange session
Song and dance

Monday 11 February '13

Instead of protecting women’s freedoms, a tone-deaf government decides item songs aren’t fit for TV
Tumult in Tunis

Monday 11 February '13

The Arab Spring began in Tunisia. Now its ruling party must rein in the extremists
Seasons in the sun

Sunday 27 January '13

Their teams may not have made it to the Ranji trophy final but for these young men, 2012-13 was a defining phase in their first class careers. The sunday express profiles eight upcoming domestic tale...
A Long wait for justice

Sunday 30 December '12

From the filing of the FIR to getting justice, it is usually a long and weary battle for rape victims. The Sunday Express brings four such stories
Key to Gujarat

Sunday 16 December '12

Five factors that could play a role in these polls.
Cashing In

Sunday 9 December '12

With the government announcing cash transfers in 51 districts across the country, how the system works on the ground
Supporting Cast

Sunday 26 August '12

Friends, family, doctors. The Sunday Express profiles the people behind India’s Olympic medallists
London Olympics: Cheering from home

Sunday 15 July '12

As five of India’s Olympians head for London, The Sunday Express catches up with their wives
Bridge to Burma

Sunday 27 May '12

The Sunday Express talks to the Burmese community in India and revisits the coastal town that hosted the last king of Burma
Coaching India

Sunday 15 April '12

In the run-up to the London Olympics in July, six foreign coaches talk to The Sunday Express about making India their home.
Breather before London

Sunday 4 March '12

Some of the members of India’s winning hockey team as they take a well-deserved break at home before the London Olympics
That night on the Samjhauta

Sunday 19 February '12

Five years ago, on February 18, 2007, 68 people were killed in blasts that ripped through two coaches of the Samjhauta Express.
Christmas Postcards

Sunday 25 December '11

The Sunday Express tracks six Christmas-in-India stories
Signs of a Slowdown

Sunday 18 December '11

Factory output plummets, demand dips, orders diminish and credit offtake declines.
Life on the dark side

Sunday 11 December '11

As dusk falls, more than 1 lakh villages in India plunge into darkness.
Excerpts from Neville Tuli’s response to a questionnaire sent by The Sunday Express

Sunday 17 July '11

‘I included too many diverse non-profit making activities, placing a burden on the auction house’.
Didi’s Debutants

Sunday 27 March '11

Mamata Banerjee has fielded an assortment of non-politicians to take on the CPI(M)’s biggies.
‘We’ll never forget the awful images of 26/11...the flames that lit up the night sky”

Sunday 7 November '10

In his speech at the Taj Mahal Hotel shortly after arriving in Mumbai, President Obama paid tributes to the victims of 26/11 and to the spirit of Mumbai
Three states A 10-year journey

Sunday 7 November '10

In November 2000, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttarakhand emerged as separate states, the result of prolonged agitations that saw statehood as the means to seek regional identity and economic developm...


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