Even to those who concede that Moitra may not have committed a crime, her conduct does seem to have transgressed a fuzzy ethical line.
18 Nov 2023
Allegorical and metaphorical interpretations have long ago been vanquished by the literal exhilaration and intoxication.
04 Nov 2023
The war against terror has become the common cause of mankind, but in the deafening noise of battle drums, the voice pleading for universality and indivisibility of human rights is lost.
21 Oct 2023
The great Indian civilisation, call it Indic if you like, had always revelled in its resplendent diversity. It has displayed a unique genius to adapt and assimilate, synthesise, not homogenise.
07 Oct 2023
It is impossible to assert dogmatically that it is only Hinduism, in its different manifestations, that can be termed sanatan.
23 Sep 2023
Only the feeble-minded would persist in the belief that the joyous, almost-year-long runup to the summit was an elaborate distraction to keep the electorate’s mind away from worrying domestic issues.
09 Sep 2023
It is shocking that 77 years after Independence, India presents a picture of a house badly divided.
26 Aug 2023
A disappointing culinary handbook that is devoid of an editorial vision and ignores the biggest Indian achievers in the field
12 Aug 2023
No purpose is served by apportioning blame or trying to find out who threw the first stone, fired the bullet or started arson and looting.
11 Aug 2023
A compact and readable volume on the country’s achievements across fields since Independence, and where it is headed in the future
04 Aug 2023
Some brave souls of this tribe are occasionally spotted on a rubber dingy, secure in a lifejacket ‘supervising’ relief and rehabilitation.
29 Jul 2023
The apex court finally expressed the view that the governor and the speaker had not acted according to constitutional propriety, but by then the damage was done.
14 Jul 2023
Back from a successful state visit from the US, PM Modi should lose no more time in looking and acting Northeast.
02 Jul 2023