• Jul
    15

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    It has just been six weeks since this column delved on how it wouldn’t take much time for things to go downhill for Indian cricket. But, even at that

  • Jul
    14

    By June 1945, as the Second World War was winding down, like gravity, big events had begun to pull the globe in different directions. It had begun to dawn

  • Many years ago, in 1985, as the gleaming Audi 100 stood outside the boundary ropes at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia – it was the prize for the winner

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi shook hands at the sidelines of a meeting of BRICS leaders in Hamburg during a G-20 summit. The Indian side

  • What is the most outlandish tech that money can buy? For the longest time we were of the opinion that $60,000 diamond-studded iPhones were bizarre or that splashing out $300

  • The Sino-Indian conflict of 1962 was a much-discussed theme in India in 2012-2013, the fiftieth anniversary of the high mountain border war between two Asian giants. There were commentaries

  • Reiki masters, spiritual teachers and those that believe in spirit guides swear by the fact that universe is sending us signals all the time, about what paths to choose and

  • There has never been a more crucial stage in the 90-year history of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). We have witnessed several battles for control

  • Communal and caste biases in Bengal have never really been dominant enough to sway election results. However the systematic communal polarisation of the state coinciding with the