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The Editorial Board
Opinion  /  Published 07.06.22

India-Arab relations: Hateful remark a spoiler

One of the diplomatic successes of the Narendra Modi government over the past eight years has been the bonhomie it has cultivated with most of the Middle East, despite the Bharatiya Janata Party&rsquo...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 06.06.22

10-minute delivery promise taking lives

The parliamentarian, Mahua Moitra, recently tweeted about the risks of 10-minute delivery of food and grocery pledged by companies and has called for regulations to outlaw such practices. The issue ra...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 06.06.22

Deeper chasm: Income inequalities in India

While India’s economy has changed discernibly after the market-friendly economic reforms of 1991, not all is well with some features of the economy. Basic structural weaknesses remain, and many ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 05.06.22

Spotlight on South Asian films

Fans and supporters of South Asia’s film industry have a reason to smile. The Cannes Film Festival last week delivered a vote of confidence for films produced by the world’s most densely p...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 04.06.22

Indisputable link

L ast month, a teacher of political science in Uttar Pradesh’s Sharda University posed this examination question to his students: ‘Do you find any similarities between Fascism/ Nazism and ...
By Ramachandra Guha

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Opinion  /  Published 04.06.22

Writing set free

Borders are where two worlds meet, not diverge. This is how Geetanjali Shree’s novel,  Ret Samadhi, translated from the Hindi into English by Daisy Rockwell under the title, Tomb of Sa...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 04.06.22

City clubs' attire codes

Archaic ideas Sir — The British may have left India, but their customs refuse to leave the country. Many of the genteel clubs in Calcutta — Calcutta Club, The Bengal Club and Lake Club, ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 04.06.22

New York removes last street payphone

Last call  New York City has just had its last street payphone removed. Kids growing up today will one day only see them as an ancient relic in photographs and films. While nostalgic, it was a p...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 03.06.22

Changemakers: The unsung ASHA workers

Credit often does not trickle down to the agents of change. The World Health Organization bestowing the Global Health Leaders Award-2022 on India’s Accredited Social Health Activists is, therefo...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 03.06.22

Adityanath’s claim on Ram temple is ironic

The temple has always held an allegorical appeal for Indian politicians. But it must be noted that while the medium — political speeches — may have remained the same, the message is far fr...
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