Sharanya Manivannan

When your past and future converge

Once, when I was much younger, someone laughed because I said I loved Edna St Vincent Millay’s poem, “What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why”.

16 Nov 2017

Ajit Ranade

A dark oil cloud looms over India

The Saudi muscle-flexing in the Middle East and Venezuela’s debt crisis might lead to an increase in oil prices

16 Nov 2017

‘Pink dollars’

Australians have overwhelmingly supported legalisation of same-sex marriage. Economists are also upbeat about the move.

16 Nov 2017

V Viswanathan

Ensure transparency  in Award Wapasi

Last month, the media reported that seasoned actor Prakash Raj might return his awards, upset over the ‘intolerant climate’ prevalent in the country.

16 Nov 2017

Swaran Singh

Rebooting India’s act east policy

Instead of competing with China over providing material incentives, India should use its cultural ties to build better relations with ASEAN nations

15 Nov 2017

A deal with Islamic state

“The Islamic State’s foreign fighters ... where on earth are they? Mosul, almost none. Raqqa, a few.

15 Nov 2017

J S Raghavan

A ‘diabetic’ who loves sugar and cream

Understandably the patients who gather in a doctor’s waiting room do not talk with each other, preferring to keep their health issues close to their chest.

15 Nov 2017

Archanaa Seker

Here’s why Nayanthara is bigger than a ‘mass’ hero

Since its release on Friday last, Nayanthara starrer Aramm has been the talk of tinsel town.

15 Nov 2017

Menaka Raman

Domex or detergent?

If anyone has the answer to Annabel Crabb’s questions, please contact me

15 Nov 2017

Saumya Chawla

May you never be denied the bliss of a bath tub

Okay, okay I’ll come out with it: my boyfriend’s bathroom makes me want to snotty-sob forever; because nothing really makes me sadder than an unused bathtub.

15 Nov 2017

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