Newsmakers


  • May
    05

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar teaches the art of living to the world but practises the decidedly less accomplished art of infuriation to fend off allegations of ruining the Yamuna riverbed.

  • Apr
    28

    Historic opportunities can be easily squandered if they are not freed from the bondage of historical baggages.
    It is in this spirit that the inherent contradictions in the coming together

  • Apr
    14

    It hurt when Mohammad Ali lost to Larry Holmes in 1980, two years after he defeated Leon Spinks to regain the world heavyweight boxing title. He was meant to

  • Apr
    07

    It was the 'M' word — mediation — that got the week up to a jarring start and gave Indian diplomats reason to be more circumspect on the breadth of

  • Mar
    31

    A bitter and acrimonious Test series between India and Oz has just ended with the former winning 2-1 after being a game down in the series, which is most creditable

  • Mar
    24
    By Shiv Visvanathan

    A few decades ago, the great chronicler of ideology and science, the late Arthur Koestler wrote a collection of essays entitled The Yogi and the Commissar. Simply put, the

  • Mar
    17

    Just like his mentor Narendra Modi in the initial days after becoming prime minister, Amit Shah had been tentative on the national stage when he first came to Delhi.

  • Mar
    10

    Middle order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara was carrying the pressure of the entire nation on his shoulders when he walked into the middle at Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy Stadium during the second Test