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There’s a restaurant called ‘Gandhi’, jointly owned by a Pakistani and an Indian. The Mahatma would be pleased.
Prabha Chandran
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016
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Mana­ging the headlines may be standard operating pro­cedure for Modi Sarkar but it still hasn’t found a way to stop tongues from wagging after dark.
Krishna Prasad
Magazine | Feb 08, 2016
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I sense resentment among locals against so many ‘outsiders’ flooding their state and buying ‘second homes’, driving up real estate prices.
Rahul Singh
Magazine | Feb 01, 2016
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Though I can’t communicate except with shrugs and smiles and alien wiles, I feel much less foreign here than I would in a western city
Vijay Nambisan
Magazine | Jan 25, 2016
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New Year resolutions are known to fail more often than not. So why do we make them only to drop them in a few weeks?
Nabanita Sircar
Web | Jan 12, 2016
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Each wrong turn leads to a new treasure, an unexpected trove of beauty, an unseen lot of sculptures.
Suresh Menon
Magazine | Jan 18, 2016
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Now that 2016 has been ushered in, many will be making New Year resolutions which, more often than not, fizzle out sooner than expected.
Nabanita Sircar
Web | Jan 05, 2016
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Battered by war, a weakened and vulnerable Afghanistan is easy prey for Pakistan.
Rekha Surya
Magazine | Dec 28, 2015
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The Chennai floods have been a great leveller. Practically nobody was spared.
Sushila Ravindranath
Magazine | Dec 21, 2015
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A strange visual delight that makes you feel like you’ve either time-travelled to the future or landed up in space.
Sumnima Udas
Magazine | Dec 14, 2015
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There are press clubs and there are press clubs, but none quite so unique, it would seem, than the Press Club of Odisha.
Krishna Prasad
Magazine | Dec 07, 2015
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The Syrian refugees you meet in Izmir are dev­oid of any hope of a resolution to their sorry plight.
Kumar M. Tiku
Magazine | Nov 30, 2015
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Once you protect the interests of only the majority community, you’ve really no right to call yourself a democracy despite your elections.
Bhaichand Patel
Magazine | Nov 23, 2015
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The overarching impression is of a country where everyone has turned consumer with a vengeance.
Sheila Kumar
Magazine | Nov 16, 2015
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Modi in anno domini 2015 isn’t looking as good on the ground as he did in the year of the lord 2014.
Krishna Prasad
Magazine | Nov 09, 2015
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Just like the ‘Railway Mutton Curry’ of yore, it is difficult to get the authentic dhaba chicken any more.
Sandip Ghose
Magazine | Oct 26, 2015
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Hong Kong is one of the most lucrative destinations for Nepali youth though it is not easy to get a work permit.
Ashok K. Mehta
Magazine | Oct 19, 2015
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The remains of the artificial Mulberry harbours, transported and assembled overnight at sea, remain a dramatic reminder of the audacious engineering and military feat.
Uttam Sengupta
Magazine | Oct 12, 2015
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It’s a paradise on earth and Italians are simply the nicest people.
Pramod Kapoor
Magazine | Oct 05, 2015
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People remain indifferent to modern art in a city that organises what is often described as ‘the Olympics of modern art’
Maseeh Rahman
Magazine | Sep 28, 2015
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