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Beatles brought back

The Beatles: Get Back, the recently released three-part documentary, has been widely seen and reviewed. The or...

Human intrusion depleted, destabilized nature

India emerged honourably from the Glasgow climate summit. We incurred the wrath of the West by disallowing the...
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Omicron: reminder of our common humanity

I have regular conversations with a doctor friend who tells me what to think about the virus. I consult him ab...

Living in a racist environment

Environmental racism, an emerging phenomenon, needs to be remedied. It refers to the practice of forcing minor...

Those with fangs

The Hindutva-dominated ecosystem has validated vigilante groups, which, in turn, threaten the livelihood and f...

Nagaland deaths

Civilians falling prey to the bullets of security forces is a blot on the nation. Unfortunately, the restive p...

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Opinion  /  Published 28.11.21

Pooh Mantar

The reason given out for actress and model Fan Bingbing’s disappearance was tax evasion. Artist-activist Ai Weiwei was under state surveillance for a long time. In a 2008 earthquake in Sichuan m...
By Upala Sen

Opinion  /  Published 27.11.21

In black and white: cricket

Timing is important in cricket. For instance, a batsman’s ability to ‘time’ his shot ensures that the red — now white and pink — cherry rushes to the boundary. The Yorksh...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 27.11.21

Letters to the Editor: Albatrosses are struggling to maintain relationships

Trouble in paradise Sir — As the world heats up, affairs are cooling down between albatrosses, some of the world’s most monogamous creatures. Researchers say global warming is driving up ...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 27.11.21

Revealing volumes: Modi's India

The actor, Raj Ghatak, has a leading role in the West End stage adaptation of Yann Martel’s Booker Prize winning novel, Life of Pi, which I am looking forward to seeing. It speaks of Pi Pat...
By Amit Roy

Opinion  /  Published 27.11.21

At the heart of Hindutva lies a telling dichotomy

Salman Khurshid compared the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh to the ISIS and sparked a furore. The burning flames of the outrage reached the home of the veteran Congress politician in Shimla quite literal...
By Asim Ali

Opinion  /  Published 26.11.21

Jab allergy

The call of ‘resistance’ in Europe once embodied people’s movements that sprang up — often underground — to challenge Nazi rule during World War II. Last weekend, that ch...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 26.11.21

Letters to the Editor: Soon 'rasam' may have to be imagined without tomatoes

Red hot prices Sir — The fox who could not get the grapes presumed them to be sour. Similarly, people wanting to buy tomatoes may now have to assume that they are rotten. After all, instead of ...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 26.11.21

The rising: Trinamul Congress

Every political party has the right to blossom in a democracy. In fact, the blooming of democracy is often conditional upon the deepening of the imprint of political parties, big or small. So the Trin...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 26.11.21

Two sides of the same bitcoin

In a barter economy, someone requiring meat needed to locate a person who not only wanted some object for intake but also had surplus meat. Such challenges were done away with when money became the un...
By Siddhartha Sankar Saha

Opinion  /  Published 26.11.21

Corporate India reflects social inequities

Many American multinational corporations have adopted an ambitious racial justice and inclusion programme. In 2020, Apple filled 43 per cent of open leadership roles and 29 per cent of research and de...
By Ashish Khetan


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