India  /  Published 20.02.22

Indian ancestry among Southeast Asians

People from India migrated into mainland Southeast Asia in multiple waves over several centuries, intermingled with local populations, and helped establish Indian cultural elements across the region, ...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 11.01.22

Take a break: holidays

Most Indians love holidays. A public holiday offers special satisfaction because it is declared by the government, thus legitimizing the Indian’s illimitable capacity to enjoy leisure. The Bomba...
By The Editorial Board

World  /  Published 07.01.22

Hun Sen backs peace for Myanmar

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has pledged renewed support for a Myanmar peace plan and urged an end to violence ahead of a trip to the country that will include talks with military leaders.  ...
By Reuters in Phnom Penh

Jharkhand  /  Published 21.08.21

Storm in a teapot at Rs 1.6 lakh!

Several regular customers rushed to the cafe to get a glimpse of the teapot.  "I have gone places but never came across such a large and heavy teapot. We should feel proud as a steel city c...
By Pinaki Majumdar in Jamshedpur

Opinion  /  Published 01.07.21

Letters to the editor: Dowry deaths in Kerala, animal cruelty in Cambodia

Act now Sir — It is shameful that even after 60 years since Parliament enacted the Dowry Prohibition Act and 16 years after the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, dowry deaths cont...
By The Telegraph


Opinion  /  Published 18.11.20

RCEP: Will India regret it later?

It was Asia’s big party but India stayed away. It was only a virtual bash but all the big names were there – Japan, China, South Korea and Australia and the like. And what was the occasion...
By Paran Balakrishnan in New Delhi

World  /  Published 03.09.20

Pol Pot executioner ‘Comrade Duch’ dead

The Khmer Rouge commander known as “Comrade Duch”, Pol Pot’s premier executioner and security chief who oversaw the mass murder of at least 14,000 Cambodians at the notorious Tuol Sl...
By Reuters in Phnom Penh

World  /  Published 24.08.20

How FB was used to hound govt critic

In just four days, the reputation of a Buddhist monk who had spent decades fighting for the human rights of Cambodians was destroyed. First, grainy videos appeared on a fake Facebook page, claiming t...
By Hannah Beech and Sun Narin in Bangkok

Travel  /  Published 30.11.19

Citadel of shrines: Cambodia

If you think of Cambodia, what is it that comes to your mind first? Some would say the Angelina Jolie-starrer movie Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, others would think of the world-famous Angkor Wat temple, w...
By Ushnota Paul

Travel  /  Published 11.05.19

There’s lots to do in Cambodia's Siem Reap

Artisans d’AngkorThis sounds like it’s going to be a tourist trap but is actually a fantastic way of showcasing and promoting handicrafts of the region. It’s a Cambodian company that was created...
By Karen Anand


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