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Opinion  /  Published 24.07.21

Fair games: 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Will the Tokyo Olympics — it began on Friday — witness the breaking of the glass ceiling as well as of records? The International Olympic Committee seems to think so. On Women&rs...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 22.07.21

Big brothers: Pegasus snoopgate

Surveillance, real or imagined, is emblematic of both absolute power as well as its corruption. The United States of America and its allies recently accused China of being the patron of a global espio...
By The Editorial Board

World  /  Published 19.07.21

US journalists won't be forced to reveal source

The US government pledged Monday to steer clear of legal orders that force journalists to reveal their sources, with only rare exceptions, reversing course after revelations of secret efforts to obtai...
By Our Bureau, Agencies in Washington

Opinion  /  Published 19.07.21

New challenge: Afghanistan

As the Taliban forces march across Afghanistan — they may have the capital, Kabul, in their sights soon enough — the reverberations are being felt across the world, including in New Delhi....
By The Editorial Board

World  /  Published 18.07.21

Social media killing people, says Biden

President Biden unleashed his growing frustration with social media on Friday, saying that platforms like Facebook were “killing people” by allowing disinformation about the coronavirus va...
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Cecilia Kang in Washington


Books  /  Published 16.07.21

Long walk home

Another woman, who appears quite fleetingly but leaves a big impression, is Asha — someone the narrator is ardently in love with. The book casts her in a less than flattering light. She uses the...
By Chintan Girish Modi

World  /  Published 14.07.21

India falters, world sends vaccines to Bhutan

By Anita Joshua in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 13.07.21

After the fire: Through a dystopian looking glass

On one chunk of a wall still standing in what used to be the ministry of information and broadcasting, someone has made a large portrait of the old Jesuit priest who was killed by the Orange Regime. I...
By Ruchir Joshi

Opinion  /  Published 12.07.21

Telling tales: The American story has atrophied

Great nations thrive by constantly refreshing two great reservoirs of knowledge. The first contains the knowledge from the stories we tell about ourselves. This is the knowledge of who we are as a peo...
By David Brooks

India  /  Published 10.07.21

Jab lesson for India in US study on life-saver

By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi


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