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Science Tech  /  Published 11.05.22

How will ultra-long-haul flights affect your body and mental health

For many people, the idea of getting on a 13-hour flight is bad enough. But some airlines are now gearing up for non-stop flights of 20 hours or more — known as ultra-long-haul flights. Qantas ...
By Deutsche Welle

Opinion  /  Published 19.03.22

At Bafta awards, blue & yellow

Footnote At India House, the high commissioner, Gaitri Issar Kumar, launched a report on how well the desi diaspora was doing and also explained Delhi’s Ukraine policy. The next day s...
By Amit Roy

Opinion  /  Published 01.03.22

Letters to the Editor: 'Melas' need to saved, for culture and livelihoods

Lost charm Sir — There was a time when growing up in Calcutta included must-visits to local melas. Few things can match the happiness of eating deep-fried delicacies, enjoying the thrills ...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 08.02.22

The Thin Edge | In full retreat

For those who haven’t been following the ongoing drama in the politics of the United Kingdom, here’s the basic storyline: after an initially botched response, where it ignored the seriousn...
By Ruchir Joshi

World  /  Published 05.11.21

UK approves Covid pill

Britain on Thursday became the first country in the world to approve a potentially game-changing Covid-19 antiviral pill jointly developed by US-based Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics, in a boost t...
By Reuters in London

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Opinion  /  Published 01.05.21

Critical situation: India's second wave

How is India’s Covid nightmare — the images from the cremation grounds will haunt us for a long time — being reported in the UK? Journalists have relied on Indian consultants in the ...
By Amit Roy

World  /  Published 19.03.21

Boris Johnson to get AstraZeneca jab

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will receive the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to protect against COVID-19 on Friday, even as many European countries who had paused its use amid some blood clot fears beg...
By Aditi Khanna in London

Opinion  /  Published 06.03.21

Covid-19 may exacerbate inequalities

A middle-ranking American diplomat who was posted in Calcutta in the early 1980s after serving in Dhaka had a disarming way of avoiding the risk of infection in the subcontinent. Declining ice or wate...
By Sunanda K. Datta-Ray

Opinion  /  Published 06.02.21

Vaccine conspiracy, a new strain, has gone global

A health official telephoned within hours of my first anti-Covid-19 jab and asked if everything was alright. One reason could have been the controversy over the German and French insistence — wh...
By Sunanda K. Datta-Ray

World  /  Published 28.01.21

UK minorities urged to take vaccine

On a day when Britain marked a grim milestone with the Covid death toll crossing the 100,000 barrier, Asian and black celebrities put out a video urging members of the ethnic minorities not to listen ...
By Amit Roy in London


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