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Corruption across the globe, as crime and literature

Governments at the Centre and in Maharashtra, big names in industry, all got embroiled in a project riven with scandals.

02 Mar 2018 4:35 AM

Superpower to test rival’s stamina with endless war

South Korea is not the only theatre where Uncle Sam has egg on his face. In Syria and Afghanistan too, the US has not covered itself with glory.

16 Feb 2018 1:44 AM

Maharishi used catapults to let Beatles meditate

The Beatles were not the only ones who sat cross-legged around the Maharishi as around an altar.

06 Feb 2018 1:24 AM

A few reflections, with eyes closed

If Partition couldn’t have be avoided, the next best option for all would have been Hindustan, the obvious name for the country under Hindu Raj.

19 Jan 2018 12:59 AM

New Cong pill: Ignoring Muslims is in their interest!

Hindutva is also handicapped in rural areas by the continued prevalence of caste identities.

22 Dec 2017 1:00 AM


How will Rahul deal with Kejriwal, Mamata?

The Congress’ incoming president, Rahul Gandhi, was once admiring of the AAP’s rapid rise.

08 Dec 2017 6:28 AM

Indira’s mixed legacy: ’71 triumph, ’75 nadir

Mohammad Yunus was so close to Mrs Gandhi and Sanjay that he was able to appoint himself special envoy.

24 Nov 2017 12:07 AM

Soldiers trained for jihad need to fight wars without end

Mr Putin said he knew the Saudis controlled militant groups across the Caucasus.

10 Nov 2017 2:41 AM

‘Soft saffron’ Cong: Will Rahul change its image?

What has been the result of the Congress grappling with Hindutva in Bhopal or flirting with it in Kerala?

27 Oct 2017 1:01 AM

Rohingya crisis: Is there a Saudi role?

The office of the National Security Council discussed in some detail West Asia and Rohingya refugees.

13 Oct 2017 12:59 AM


Kurdish vote not binding, but it’ll simmer

For Iran, any suggestion of eventual independence for any of the Kurdish enclaves is anathema.

29 Sep 2017 2:20 AM

A mess in Darjeeling: Trauma for Gorkhas

A people so mobilised will pelt stones at the leaders who promised them the moon and have shown no results.

15 Sep 2017 1:51 AM

Reaping political profit after triple talaq ban

Should not the ministry of social welfare and the Minorities Commission do a survey to establish the extent to which the practice is prevalent?

01 Sep 2017 12:26 AM

India is 70, but what celebration for this family?

Lest you begin to chastise the present government for Rabab’s woes, do pause for a moment.

18 Aug 2017 5:16 AM

Bhutan and China: Clues to crisis from 1979

The need for Bhutan to talk with China was possibly the most controversial suggestion His Majesty could have made.

04 Aug 2017 12:34 AM


India’s best governed state is not Gujarat

The governor believes that Muslims can only be “properly integrated” if they start eating pork in public.

21 Jul 2017 12:25 AM

Saudis, Qatar, Egypt on West Asia roller coaster

The Saudis to the hilt supported the counter-revolution that ousted Mr Morsi.

14 Jul 2017 3:04 AM

People vs Establishments: Crisis for the West

The electorate trounced Prime Minister Theresa May and pushed Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn way up on the charts.

07 Jul 2017 12:46 AM

Country artistes condemn LGBT laws, but labels silent

Actor Chris Carmack (left), from the ABC series Nashville, speaks at a news conference calling on the country music industry to take a stand against proposed laws in Tennessee that LGBT activists see as discriminatory, as GLAAD president and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis looks on in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo: AP )

15 Apr 2016 1:07 AM

Kelley explores musical heritage in solo album

The stars will align personally and professionally for singer Charles Kelley in February: He is expecting his first child and releasing his first solo record apart from the country vocal group Lady An

11 Jan 2016 5:01 AM