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Business  /  Published 27.01.22

Intel's major win

Intel on Wednesday won its fight against a 1.06-billion-euro ($1.2 billion) EU antitrust fine that the US chipmaker was handed 12 years ago for stifling a rival, in a major setback for EU antitrust re...
By Reuters, AP in New York

Opinion  /  Published 05.01.22

A spectre called Viktor Orbán

One day, I stood in a large crowd at the bottom of Andrássy street in Budapest and heard Hungary’s current leader, Viktor Orbán (picture, left), denounce the European Union of whic...
By Timothy Garton Ash

Opinion  /  Published 04.01.22

Cryptic currency

‘Crypto-regulation’ is a hotly-debated issue. What are cryptocurrencies? These are privately produced virtual currencies, of which Bitcoin is the most popular. Conceived by Satoshi Nakamot...
By Chandan Goswami & Trisha Shreyashi

Opinion  /  Published 27.12.21

Bark, not bite: Myanmar

A tightrope walk is never easy. When the aim of the act is merely to cut losses, it is even tougher. During his visit to Myanmar last week, the Indian foreign secretary, Harsh Vardhan Shringla, made i...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 27.12.21

Power play: The Putin question

The geopolitical question of the moment is: how important is it to humour Vladimir Putin? The answer is: not very. Throw him a fish or two, because he’s running a bluff and you don’t want ...
By Gwynne Dyer


Opinion  /  Published 24.12.21

Letters to the Editor: Do not barter health for visually appealing food

White lie Sir — The eyes are perhaps the first sensory organ to be aroused by food. But visual appeal can come at a steep cost. The European Union has banned the use and import of all food ite...

World  /  Published 17.12.21

EU wants tough stance on Russia

The EU is under assault from Russia on multiple fronts and must unite behind new economic sanctions, Baltic and central European leaders said on Thursday, with Lithuania citing a risk of possible Russ...
By Reuters in Brussels

Opinion  /  Published 09.12.21

Iron fist: Myanmar

This is meant to be a week when the world celebrates the idea of democracy. Leaders of more than 100 democracies will converge for two days, virtually, for a summit driven by the president of the Unit...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 01.12.21

Memory trap: Internet

Most people have had embarrassing moments and made mistakes they are not proud of. Many of them learn and change. But what if the world refuses to accept their evolution? What if humankind forgets how...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 29.11.21

A climate of mistrust: CoP26

The success of CoP26 in Glasgow is difficult to ascertain. There were some positive moments: pledges of net-zero targets by countries, including India, the US-China agreement on emission cuts, and the...
By Indranil De


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