MNS chief’s interviews showed how offence can be the best form of defence.
Sunil Gupta convinced you that politics and idealism can go together.
This election campaign is dominated by individuals rather than ideas. Why this is not likely to change come 2019.
The journey of Gabo’s epic novel is a story in itself.
Piketty’s work underscores need to address its legitimacy amid growing inequality.
Among the states, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh have already come to the market twice.
Bangalore set the bar high by doing the little things right. India captain Sunil Chhetri, who has played for nine different teams in his decade-long career, pointed out that Bangalore is the most professionally-run club he has played for in India.
Mumbai is a tired city with chronic fatigue syndrome. And yet, there is also Padhayi Gali, a patch of sidewalk paved with four young men’s dreams of gold.
CAG audit of telcos raises questions of blunt accountability instruments.
The strategy followed by Indian IT in key developed markets in the coming years could decide if they tide over the struggle to move up into the top league.
A year after his death, J.S. Verma’s legacy lives on in the struggle for individual rights.
That could be Mumbai’s tagline, punchline and faultline. For, nothing drives or drags, unites or divides voters in this great city as the endless struggle for space.
The mortals hitting their human peaks has coincided neatly with the ageing gods losing some of their gifts.
TMC’s call for a Federal Front is also a cry for Bengal’s relevance.
If he becomes PM, Pak policy will define his room for manoeuvre at home and abroad.
More than 118 countries have abolished the death penalty; India is among the 50-odd countries that retain it.
The low turnout, despite the striking array of candidates, reveals a disengaged electorate.
The old system is destroyed. The new Nepal is still to be born.
Defiance to Putin stems largely from cultural affinities with the West.
But the more difficult interventions pivot on making the NDC self-healing, potent and creative.
Contrary to the popular narrative, the second green revolution is underway.
The huge number of new handset buyers getting added everyday is more intelligent than the buyer of reputed brand mobile phones.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is busy writing his final will and testament, in the political context of course. His publishers, however, have leaked some portions in advance. Excerpts:
Among the many delightful nuggets in Sanjaya Baru’s controversial book, The Accidental Prime Minister, is the one where a puzzled Manmohan Singh cross-questioned his media adviser, Baru, as to the meaning of the expression, ‘Que Sera Sera’.
So fascinated was I by Sonia’s Bharatiyata appeal that I watched it more than once in Hindi and in English and longer I watched, the more I saw a case for slander.
Prime Ministers’ reputations have lately been trashed, not just for the incumbent — who has been the subject of two books — but also the last PM.
Google India Managing Director Rajan Anandan talks about the impact of the Internet on urban voters, data requests the company gets from the government, and Google’s mission of ‘digitising’ India.
The greatest tribute to Gabriel García Márquez is acknowledging the world he came out of.
Incheon has been striving to keep this year’s Games below the $2 bn mark. South Korea has said it wants the event to be economical and effective rather than trying to match Guangzhou’s “materialism and nationalism.”
Can al-Sisi succeed where Mubarak and Morsi have failed?