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India  /  Published 11.09.19

Why are young Muslims leaving Islam

And it is not just an American or Western phenomenon. Even deeply conservative countries with strict anti-apostasy regimes like Pakistan, Iran and Sudan have been hit by desertions. The Saudis were ta...
By Hasan Suroor in

India  /  Published 22.08.19

What drove Savarkar to Hindutva

Savarkar had entered the Cellular Jail a passionate promoter of Hindu–Muslim amity, having, among other things, lavished fulsome praise on the Muslim heroes of 1857 such as Awadh ruler Wajid Ali and...
By Vaibhav Purandare in

Business  /  Published 12.08.19

The inside story of Ranbaxy's dirty drugs scandal

Kumar’s document explained that while the company had slashed production costs and used the cheapest ingredients in those markets, it submitted data from the drugs that had been made for more regula...
By Katherine Eban in

Books  /  Published 16.03.20

Ingredients for a successful food business

***Finding suppliers and getting consistent quality ingredients remains our biggest challenge. We have no proper or adequate cold chain in our country. Dilutions and contaminations are routine. Produc...
By Kainaz Messman Harchandrai in

Books  /  Published 30.05.19

Why Naveen Patnaik keeps winning

Naveen always had a simple way of looking at life, his journalist friend Vir Sanghvi wrote, recounting the chief minister’s earlier years in a weekly pullout of the Hindustan Times a decade ago. ‘...
By Ruben Banerjee, an extract from his book Naveen Patnaik in

Health  /  Published 16.01.20

Rujuta Diwekar's three rules of sustainable health

The three rules of sustainable health1) Metabolic health parameters vs weight loss The thing is that even when diet trends come back with a new name and a new game, the basic premise stays the same ...
By Rujuta Diwekar in

Books  /  Published 07.01.19

The battle over the early Indians

Excerpted from Early Indians by Tony Joseph, published by Juggernaut, Rs 531...
By Tony Joseph in

Books  /  Published 09.11.19

The birth of Lord Rama

At that time, the effulgent king, the slayer of his enemies, was conducting a great sacrifice for the birth of a son. A huge being of immense strength rose out of Dasharatha’s sacrificial fire, hera...
By Arshia Sattar in

Culture  /  Published 03.12.19

Dining in Mughal India

This emergence of the cafe culture is ironically seen as a modern phenomenon today, with co-working spaces within cafes and bars. The modern-day cafes as co-working or socializing spaces are as repres...
By Anoothi Vishal in

Business  /  Published 19.06.19

I am not comfortable with the tag of “the richest Indian”: Dilip Shanghvi

Shortly after, on a trip to China for his company’s annual star awards on a rented private chartered plane, when Shanghvi was explaining to friend Sailesh Desai why he thought eggs are not non-veget...
By Soma Das in


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