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counterpoint
With the same old idiots using it, smart tech doesn’t do too much
Vijay Nambisan
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
cricket
When the mobile phone became the symbol of match-fixing
Suresh Menon
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
in retrospect
Would a mobile-enabled Emergency have been different?
Uttam Sengupta
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
the one without
Landline phones, the internet...now mobiles complete the unholy triad
Ruskin Bond
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
mobile ties
Heaven’s lost the prerogative, relationships are now being made and broken on mobile phones
Ira Trivedi
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
For The Record
The former law minister writes to the finance minister on the black money issue: 'I strongly suspect that your conduct shows that you too like many others do not want truth to come out'
Ram Jethmalani
Web | Oct 24, 2014
...and the losses
For the mobile also stifles wit, wonder and punctures gassy yarns
Satish Padmanabhan
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
vexed & hexed
The troubled tale of my many frustrations with what everyone loves
Vinod Mehta
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
Mobile Film
A group of artists, filmmakers and technologists from Mumbai works together with a group of sailors from the Gulf of Kutch to produce a feature-length experimental film
Ashok Sukumaran
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014
View From Israel
The most popular name in the Jewish state? Muhammad. What to do? Simple: you just omit the Arab names. No Muhammad.
Uri Avnery
Web | Oct 24, 2014
View From Israel
How our governments now talk about human beings.
George Monbiot
Web | Oct 24, 2014
State Snippets
Though suspended Trinamool MP Kunal Ghosh has been named by the CBI, rumour has it that the agency is zeroing in on some “very influential and top politicians” including those of the ruling party
Dola Mitra
Web | Oct 22, 2014
Opinion
The Prime Minister seems to be locked in a game of strip poker with the Congress. One by one, he is peeling off both—their greats and governments.
R.K. Misra
Web | Oct 21, 2014
Opinion
...in a part of the world where the worst case has regularly been the best that’s on offer.
Peter Van Buren
Web | Oct 21, 2014
Opinion
There's a tectonic shift in the global energy balance of power away from western international oil companies, or IOCs, and towards state-owned national oil companies, NOCs, in emerging markets.
Deepak Gopinath
Web | Oct 21, 2014
Opinion
Wikileaks’ revelations of the TPP’s intellectual property chapter highlight a particularly insidious attempt by the United States to undermine India’s patent regime, thus undermining its efforts to keep medicines affordable
Gautam Bhatia
Web | Oct 20, 2014
jump cut
The new trend of online retail players offering deep discounts cannot be sustained in the long term
Rajeev Karwal
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014
opinion
Satyarthi’s Nobel only reinforces the West’s warped superiority
Francois Gautier
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014
Music in Movies
Those 'who haven’t sung many songs for Hindi films because of not having a star-friendly voice’
Rohit Mehrotra
Web | Oct 17, 2014
View From Israel
The British Parliament's resolution may be non-binding, but it expresses public opinion, which will sooner or later decide government action on arms sales, Security Council resolutions, European Union decisions...
Uri Avnery
Web | Oct 17, 2014
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