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'I will never forgive what India has done to me'

Nepal is in turmoil — and India is being blamed for what is described as its “undeclared blockade”. Indeed, India is hated in Nepal, says V. Kumara Swamy

Arjun Shreshta has never missed celebrating Dashain - Dussehra in Nepal - with his parents in Ramechhap, some 140km southeast of Kathmandu. But this year, for the first time, he stayed back in the Nepal capital. | Read»


Taken for a ride

Several state governments seek to control taxi aggregators - and consumer interests are going out of the window, says Avijit Chatterjee

In 2011, Anshul Trivedi stopped commuting to his office in Worli by car from his home in Chembur. That's when online cab aggregator Ola arrived in Mumbai. "I found travelling in app-based cabs... | Read»


Oh Maria

Maria Susairaj, the former actor who was jailed for destroying evidence in the Neeraj Grover murder case, is in trouble again. Varuna Verma explains why

When Maria Susairaj and Paromita Chakravarty sashayed into Vadodara - dressed in diamonds and designer clothes - in July last year, they left the Gujarat city awe-struck. | Read»


By Toutatis, it's Frankfurt!

Vishnupriya Sengupta visits the Frankfurt Book Fair and looks at the Indian offerings

This wasn't a carnival, but came close to it in spirit - especially when Obelix and Asterix greeted visitors in person. Fictional characters huddled together were engaged in intense conversations.... | Read»