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Indira Gandhi
Culture  /  Published 23.05.20

Before the fall

The Red Road is actually grey. It begins where it does, at the Raj Bhavan in Dalhousie, and runs for two kilometres or so, slicing through heaps of scenic green till Fort William looms into view.Some ...
By Manasi Shah in

India  /  Published 12.05.20

Stranded German national flies home

A German national who was stranded in the transit area of the Indira Gandhi International Airport here since March 18 amid the coronavirus-triggered lockdown departed early Tuesday morning to Amsterda...
By PTI in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 11.05.20

From aid to gain

The Covid-19 crisis poses many challenges for India. One front that is almost taken for granted. Today, when the world faces the threat of a virus, India as of late April 2020 could declare a food gr...
By Mahesh Rangarajan in

Arts  /  Published 17.04.20

In the corridors of the past: Belvedere House

A Hungarian girl dreamt of a figure holding a light approaching her. The light grew brighter and she saw the face behind it. When she told her mother about her dream, the elder woman exclaimed, “You...
By Soumitra Das in

North East  /  Published 02.04.20

NEIGRIHMS to treat critical cases

The North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences here on Thursday issued a protocol for transfer of non-Covid-19 critically ill patients from other states to the insti...
By Our Correspondent in Shillong

Opinion  /  Published 28.03.20

Show some restraint

Sir — The Covid-19 pandemic has reportedly sparked a global shortage in condoms, since manufacturing has come to a halt and distribution pathways have been paralyzed. This is worrisome. At a time wh...
By The Telegraph in

Business  /  Published 20.02.20

GMR airport stake sale

GMR Infrastructure Limited (GIL) has announced a strategic partnership with Groupe ADP for its airports business, the company said.GMR Infrastructure has signed a share purchase agreement pursuant to ...
By TT Bureau in New Delhi

Books  /  Published 14.02.20

The Sikh massacres of 1984

South Asia continues to witness incidents of violence incited by religious, ethnic or sociopolitical issues. In the process, a category of survivors is created, who are forced to subsist with a trauma...
By Jhuma Sanyal in

Opinion  /  Published 10.02.20

Lying TV channels

Every period of history throws up examples of infamy and disgrace. Alongside these, you often also find visual and audio-visual nuggets of hilarity and absurdity. Sometimes the comedy comes readily cl...
By Ruchir Joshi in

India  /  Published 01.02.20

Jitters over scholarship fund cut

Yogesh Bagotia, a Dalit PhD scholar with the Indira Gandhi National Open University, fears the 60 per cent slash in the budget allocation for higher-education scholarships will wreck his dreams.For th...
By Basant Kumar Mohanty in New Delhi


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