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T.G. Vaidyanathan
opinion
Sachin and Don Bradman are as different as chalk and cheese. So why delve in futile comparisons of two champions?
Magazine | Jan 04, 1999
T.J.S. George
opinion
The media has to accept that a regulatory mechanism has become necessary. This is best done from within before outside forces interfere
Magazine | Dec 05, 2011
T.N.R. Rao
jump cut
Why did our market-friendly policymakers revert to the much-maligned administered price only for gas, while batting for market prices for all else?
Magazine | Jul 15, 2013
T.R. Muralidharan
Tamil Nadu experience
Tamil Nadu has almost perfected the admission procedure for engineering colleges. The system is so transparent and well-oiled that few other states can match it.
Magazine | Jul 17, 2006
T.R. Vivek
Advertising
We may not kick the ball far but it's fetching piles of ad revenue
Magazine | Jun 12, 2006
T.S. Satyan
Magazine | Jul 14, 2003
T.V. Parasuram
US administration
Stunned disbelief, followed by cold fury. That was how we saw America react to Black Tuesday's dastardly plane attacks on the Pentagon building in Washington and the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York.
Magazine | Sep 24, 2001
Tabish Khair
column
Modiji, a peaceful, prosperous India must be inclusive; force has its limits and its dangers; and capital has a nasty habit of disappearing overnight
Magazine | May 26, 2014
Tamizhan Express
Cover Story
THE Jain Commission's interim report on Rajiv Gandhi's assassination has created a furore in political circles and hogged the headlines in all major national dailies.
Magazine | Nov 24, 1997
Tania Sachdev
jump cut
If you decide to play professionally, you have to stay focused, have a one-track mind.
Magazine | Jun 18, 2012
Tariq Naqash
Muzaffarabad
They want the bus to Srinagar, but not as a substitute for a permanent solution
Magazine | Apr 18, 2005
Tarun Das
Clinton Visit
Half-an-hour after Clinton's address at Hyderabad's Hitec City on Friday, this was CII director-general Tarun Das' exuberant take on it
Magazine | Apr 03, 2000
Tarun Tejpal
Cover Story
For India to take to Sonia, Mona Lisa must smile—and talk, and listen
Magazine | Oct 18, 1999
Tarun Vijay
Opinion
One may accept him or completely reject his views but to denigrate him would be like 'Stalinising' the pluralistic spirit of the nation.
Magazine | Sep 06, 2004
Team Outlook
Rahul's boys
Royal or commoner, young politicians sprung from the Rahul Gandhi stable proved their mettle
Magazine | Jun 01, 2009
Team Outlook Money
Tejbir Singh
Cover Story
Our existence, which was once entwined with birds, bees and butterflies, is fractured as we forget our gods and their ‘vahans’.
Magazine | Jul 24, 2000
Teresa Rehman
Interviews
Chief minister of Assam has till now been the most popular leader of the state. But his third term is turning out to be the worst.
Magazine | Aug 13, 2012
Teresita C. Schaffer
Opinion
With world opinion now in its favour, India needs to rethink its approach to Kashmir
Magazine | Jul 19, 1999
Tin A. Gokhale
Cover Story
Near-complete autonomy and a fanatical focus on quality make the IITs the cradle of some of the world's best talent
Magazine | May 29, 2000
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