Santwana Bhattacharya


Shah Rukh Khan had an unusual escort to Kolkata airport when he went visiting the city for the state-sponsored film festival — Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

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Yatish yadav

Urbanising Bharat is not easy, it is still a work in progress

Top bureaucrats recently gathered at the Prime Minister’s Office to discuss ways to bridge the urban-rural divide, prevent migration to cities and counter the absolute poverty rate.

4 hours ago

Pradeep Magazine

Reality Check in times of extravagance

To be a Cheteshwar Pujara in the times of T20s, where bowlers are like menial servants for their batting masters, can be a heartbreaking experience.

18 Nov 2017

Swarna Rajagopalan

Women in war and peace

The UN Resolution which says women should take part in conflict resolution and peace processes is relevant even in other situations

18 Nov 2017

The ‘fake news’ biz model

“It is finally sinking through. 46% OF PEOPLE BELIEVE MAJOR NATIONAL NEWS ORGS FABRICATE STORIES ABOUT ME … The Fake News is going all out in order to demean and denigrate!” tweeted US President Donal

18 Nov 2017

Sandhya Vasudev

Bringing the drama back to politics

There are many who, after achieving glory in one field, decide to cross over to another ‘seemingly’ exciting one.

18 Nov 2017

Shom Biswas

The chill down your spine

Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows was rated as the best tale of the supernatural, by the renowned American horror writer HP Lovecraft.

18 Nov 2017

Manoj Das

Let Rani padmavati rest in peace

Armed as we are with our right to freedom of creativity, we ought to ask what the motive is behind altering the basic nature of a legend

17 Nov 2017

Money talks

Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe’s long rule seems to have come to an end after the southern African country’s army staged a coup.

17 Nov 2017

K V Raghuram

A memory that will never get derailed

My father was a station master of a nondescript railway station called Hasanparthi Road, on the Kazipet-Balharshah rail route.

17 Nov 2017

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