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Suresh Subrahmanyan

A yawning gap between India and Pakistan

This is the Sunday that just about everyone and his grandmother are awaiting with bated breath.

25 Jun 2019 12:48 AM

The age factor: Slowly, slowly catchy monkey

As a general rule, the words ‘Confucius say’ prior to the actual quote will add credence, never mind whether Confucius actually said it or not.

18 Jun 2019 3:10 AM

War (what is it good for?): Absolutely nothing

It is laughable the amount of brouhaha that has been created, particularly over our television news channels.

12 Mar 2019 6:36 AM

New Year, Naseeruddin Shah and Virat Kohli

The customary mad partying and waking up with a sore head in urban conglomerations is a given.

25 Dec 2018 12:44 AM

This music season, let’s celebrate amateur singer

Cut to the home scene. If you can sing, you can sing. Never mind if it's The Beatles or Tyagaraja.

05 Dec 2018 12:06 AM


Newton, Brahmagupta and the Law of Gravity

We need more ministers like Shri Devnani to let our countrymen, women and children know what a great nation we are.

28 Jan 2018 3:23 AM

Music season and social media

Either you get a laundry list of songs performed by the artist or unqualified and undiluted praise for the artist.

23 Dec 2017 2:14 AM

The charge of the light (and battery) brigade

The motor car, or just car to those who think the ‘motor’ prefix is old fashioned, is on the top of my list on the battery brigade.

15 Dec 2017 6:32 AM

Taj Mahal politics in Uttar Pradesh

An irresistible magnet for tourists, the Taj Mahal is considered a jewel in the crown among India's vast cultural riches.

06 Nov 2017 1:25 AM

Doctor in the house: An ode to the family physician lifestyle

However, when it came to the family doctor, each community would gravitate towards its own.

16 Sep 2017 3:04 AM


To flag or not to flag is the big question

As to the constitution not coming in the way of having one’s own state flag, one can only riposte by saying that this is at best a flimsy argument.

04 Aug 2017 2:11 AM

Humour is the best policy: Come back, Karan Thapar, all is forgiven

Karan Thapar is one of India’s most respected journalists.

14 Jul 2017 3:02 AM

Book review: A delightful chronicle of Test cricket

Each of the Tests covered is a tale of valour and heroism — win, lose or draw.

19 Feb 2017 2:03 AM

60-hour Tolstoy reading in Russia

Russia on Tuesday began a 60-hour marathon broadcast during which celebrities and members of the public are reading aloud the whole of Leo Tolstoy’s sprawling novel War and Peace.

09 Dec 2015 6:08 AM