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Opinion  /  Published 02.08.20

Central role: Can Germany save Europe?

The other day, I had a dream. I dreamt that I was sitting on a beach in the summer of 2030 and looking back on how Germany had saved Europe.  The German chancellor had brokered a European recove...
By Timothy Garton Ash in

Sports  /  Published 25.07.20

Nazi Olympics tweet deleted

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) apologised on Friday and deleted a Twitter message which some saw as celebrating Nazi Germany’s hosting of the 1936 Olympics. Joining a message thread ...
By AP in Geneva

Opinion  /  Published 15.07.20

A finite appeal

Is there such a thing as national character? Does national character explain how our neighbours behave? Biographies of Margaret Thatcher describe her distinctly mixed feelings as news came in of the f...
By T.C.A. Raghavan in

Food  /  Published 01.07.20

A taste of Germany served home

A must for a big fat brekkie, a tasty and convenient option for a carry-to-work lunch, on a barbecue party menu or as an appetiser with your tipple — processed deli meat is the unsung hero of me...
By Nandini Ganguly in

West Bengal  /  Published 09.11.18

Bengal 4 boast Number 10 jerseys

A premier football club in Germany, Eintracht Frankfurt, has honoured a Darjeeling player and three others from Bengal by handing them its official Number 10 jerseys with their names emblazoned. The f...
By Vivek Chhetri in Darjeeling

World  /  Published 27.06.19

Angela Merkel seen shaking at Berlin event

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared unsteady and was seen shaking for the second time in just over a week at a ceremony in Berlin on Thursday.Merkel, 64, folded her arms across her chest while he...
By AP in Berlin

World  /  Published 11.03.20

70% will be infected: Merkel

Germany will spend what it takes to tackle the coronavirus which is likely to infect up to 70 per cent of the population in Europe’s largest economy, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday.“We...
By Reuters in Berlin

Opinion  /  Published 27.05.19

Anti-Semitism rises anew in Europe

For years, Europe maintained the comforting notion that it was earnestly confronting anti-Semitism after the horrors of the Holocaust. It now faces the alarming reality that anti-Semitism is sharply o...
By New York Times News Service in

Opinion  /  Published 27.02.20

On pogroms

At about 9:45 on the morning of Monday, November 7, 1938, 17-year-old Herschel Feibel Grynszpan, a stateless, unemployed Jewish refugee, living in Paris with his uncle under the perpetual fear of arre...
By Samantak Das in

World  /  Published 20.02.20

Far-Right hate attack in Germany

A German gunman driven by ethnic hatred opened fire on two bars frequented by immigrants late on Wednesday, killing nine people and shocking a nation where violent crimes targeting minorities have spi...
By New York Times News Service in


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