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Opinion  /  Published 30.10.19

Exciting revival of oldest known animation film

Sir — Animated films are among the most fascinating forms of storytelling. I was thus excited to learn that the oldest known animation, The Adventures of Prince Achmed — made by a woman named Lott...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 18.03.19

So much technology — and such wobbly Wi-Fi

My friend, Jeff Clark, was expected to arrive the next morning, and as I was letting myself into my flat, I noticed a “missed voice call” notification on the long chain of “chats” I had had wi...
By Soumitra Das

Opinion  /  Published 17.03.19

All the world in a centrifuge of hate

It feels as if all the world has been stuffed inside a giant centrifuge and nothing is enough to keep humanity together. Every other moment all is spinning and separating, separating and spinning, us-...
By Upala Sen

Opinion  /  Published 10.03.19

Akash Vani: God, men, and men of God

While God is talking directly to his men in these miraculous times, his men — the chosen ones and those waiting to be picked — continue to depend heavily on social media to communicate with their ...
By Upala Sen

Opinion  /  Published 06.03.19

Democracy endangered by govt and media

Times have changed. Our national discourse has become not just adversarial but also uncomfortably divisive. There is no space for debate. Any opposition to the government, by individuals and at the le...
By Kapil Sibal


World  /  Published 24.01.20

Panic and criticism spread on social media

While China’s state-run media has urged calm and praised the official response to the coronavirus outbreak, a different story is playing out across the country’s tightly controlled social media ne...
By New York Times News Service in Hong Kong

Opinion  /  Published 24.02.19

The internet's Gandhian streak

Sir — It might sound implausible, but the internet seems to be developing a Gandhian streak. Do-it-yourself videos, ranging from items of household decor to weird suggestions of chopping of hair to ...
By The Telegraph

Business  /  Published 15.01.20

Oetkar widens spread

Western sauce and dip maker Dr. Oetker is hoping to ride out the weak consumer sentiment in the Indian market by banking on the changing tastes of the upwardly mobile urban consumer.The company, part ...
By Our Special Correspondent in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 19.02.19

Unity shines through polarising nationalism

The heinous attack on members of the Central Reserve Police Force in Pulwama in Kashmir has, understandably, enraged the nation. Citizens, shocked by the cold-blooded massacre, have marched in solidar...
By The Editorial Board

Jharkhand  /  Published 09.06.19

Railway gets savvy about social media

New initiatives of Chakradharpur and Ranchi railway divisions, which fall under the South Eastern Railway (SER) zone, will soon be posted on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.An SER spokesperso...
By Pinaki Majumdar in Jamshedpur


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