Opinion  /  Published 04.08.19

India's economy: from dream to horror

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has turned fortune telling about the Indian economy into a fine art. His big goal of turning India into a $5 trillion economy by 2024 rings hollow and sounds shallow in th...
By The Editorial Board

World  /  Published 29.07.19

Pound in 28-month-low fall over Brexit

Sterling slid to a 28-month low on Monday as Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government said it now assumed there would be a no-deal Brexit because a “stubborn” EU was refusing to renegotiate the...
By Reuters in London

Opinion  /  Published 11.04.20

After the pandemic

There is a new kind of knowingness doing the rounds of our locked down world. It plays variations on an edgy theme, the idea that this global quarantine isn’t just a milestone in the history of the ...
By Mukul Kesavan

Opinion  /  Published 26.07.19

A bad boy among British historians

Stormy petrels seldom have a cache beyond a point. They are rare in today’s universities, normally committed to propriety, or political lackeyism. Their presence in these precincts calls upon instit...
By Hari Vasudevan

World  /  Published 26.09.19

UK PM faces backlash over confrontational tone

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced a backlash from furious lawmakers on Thursday over his use of charged and confrontational language in Parliament about opponents of his Brexit plan, as the s...
By AP in London


World  /  Published 24.09.19

From UK, clear signal for courts

The British Supreme Court has decided that it has the power to review the Prime Minister’s decisions when they undermine Parliament and stymie debate.The court ruled as illegal British Prime Ministe...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 24.09.19

UK Parliament suspension: Court strikes it down

Britain’s Supreme Court has delivered a unanimous damning judgment striking down the prorogation – or suspension -- of Parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s minority government. The rulin...
By Paran Balakrishnan

Opinion  /  Published 15.09.19

An existential vote may soon be upon Britain

Britain is fast approaching a democratic showdown. The Brexit saga might yet prove to be among the worst of the current worldwide horde of nationalist populisms, or it could offer the best example of ...
By Timothy Garton Ash

World  /  Published 11.09.19

UK court rules Johnson's suspension of Parliament unlawful

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament less than two months before Britain is due to leave the European Union was unlawful, a Scottish court ruled Wednesday, although it didn...
By AP in London

Food  /  Published 26.10.18

Brexit has put Chef Alfred Prasad’s dream on hold

Post-college Prasad joined the ITC group as part of their kitchen management training programme at New Delhi's Maurya Sheraton. It was here that the foundation for his cuisine was laid. He worked at B...
By Smita Tripathi


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