Santwana Bhattacharya


The dwindling coffers of the Grand Old Party are not getting replenished the way they used to.

8 hours ago

Pradeep Magazine

Kohli brilliance aside, India’s WC aspirations still work in progress  

though the World Cup is a year away, has India’s overpoweringly dominant performance against the South Africans made them a strong contender for the title?

12 hours ago

Amareswar Galla

Hoi An or the Ancient Amaravathi in Vietnam

Choices in public and private sector partnerships have provided for sustainable poverty reduction and human development in Vietnam.

19 hours ago

Pavitra Sriprakash

Everything need not go down the drain

At the recently concluded Reciprocity Fest, young students took centrestage to present sustainable ideas for Chennai.

17 Feb 2018

Rajrishi Singhal

Feels like scam season once again

The PNB scam highlights the problems of over-reliance on systems, processes and paperwork

17 Feb 2018

Life after Murder on the Orient Express

Istanbul’s Haydarpasa railway station on the Asian side of the Bosphorus has witnessed history: from the collapse of the Ottoman Empire to military coups.

17 Feb 2018

Shefa Rafi

The Japanese way of earning while learning

While children in India are mostly confined to theory-based learning, students in the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ are trained in life skills and ethical learning.

17 Feb 2018

Abraham Mathews

Simultaneous polls won’t work, for now

Our election frenzy won’t be solved by simultaneous polls. There are solutions, but they involve rethinking our Constitutional framework

16 Feb 2018

Egypt’s secret ally

Egypt’s military on Tuesday said it had killed 38 jihadists, days after launching a major operation against an IS affiliate in Sinai Peninsula.

16 Feb 2018

P Subramanian

A novice who broke our hearts and bodies

Raman, my neighbour, was known for not giving up. One day, he decided to buy a scooter.

16 Feb 2018

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