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Homoeopathy is Germany’s Buddhism, destined to thrive only outside its place of origin.
Shajahan Madampat
Magazine | Apr 27, 2015
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Roads without streetlights, no public transport, an ugly riverfront, crumbling buildings, water and power shortages.
Krishna Prasad
Magazine | Apr 20, 2015
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The ordinary man lives in a world apart from the well-heeled ranks and a thriving, upwardly mobile middle class is not as visible as in India.
Kavery Nambisan
Magazine | Apr 13, 2015
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From this vantage, Calcutta seems just as close as Chicago, Delhi just as far as Dallas.
Deepak Sapra
Magazine | Apr 06, 2015
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If there was more people-to-people contact, Indo-Pak ties would surely improve.
Rahul Singh
Magazine | Mar 30, 2015
THE legatee
When the cliche "the end of an era" trips off the obits, make no mistake: it has.
Krishna Prasad
Magazine | Mar 23, 2015
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Friend Jyoti Malhotra scored a pack of cigarettes in the coffee shop at the departure lounge, but they had no matches or lighters.
Aakar Patel
Magazine | Mar 16, 2015
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The overarching sentiment here is that Mahinda Rajapaksa is exactly the kind of president Sri Lanka needed in the past decade.
Sumnima Udas
Magazine | Mar 09, 2015
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It has over 20 swanky malls and probably more upscale restaurants than any other Indian city but that does not prevent it from being tacky.
Bhaichand Patel
Magazine | Mar 02, 2015
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It is about time someone asked Sachin Tendulkar if he is beginning to lose his masterful touch.
Krishna Prasad
Magazine | Feb 23, 2015
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Bungee jumping reminds us of the essential absurdity of life. So does honking in a traffic jam.
Suresh Menon
Magazine | Feb 16, 2015
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What marks Qatar out is that its affluence and progress is not weighed down by war, internal conflict, anarchy, communal riots or terrorism.
Vishweshwar Bhat
Magazine | Feb 09, 2015
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Taiwan, despite being the world's second most densely populated country, has managed to inculcate the habit "no littering" in its population.
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Magazine | Feb 02, 2015
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Harvard was founded in 1636, while Galileo was still alive, and academia believed the sun revolved around the earth.
Anvar Alikhan
Magazine | Jan 26, 2015
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Mexico is one of the fattest nations in the world, with a third of its population obese.
Deepak Sapra
Magazine | Jan 19, 2015
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Not everyone will agree with the Outlook jury’s list of the 100 books that can change our lives; nor do we expect you to...
Krishna Prasad
Magazine | Jan 12, 2015
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Norway doesn’t make much ceremony of things; there is nothing to suggest that Oslo is hosting the peace ceremony except for two quiet banners at the Nobel Peace Centre...
Manisha Saroop
Magazine | Dec 29, 2014
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In spite of the election action, there is a terrible melancholy floating about over Srinagar after the September floods
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Dec 22, 2014
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Moscow, every step of your way, is straight out of a fairy tale—even if you restrict yourself to Red Square, or ‘Zero Miles’, as locals call it.
Prarthna Gahilote
Magazine | Dec 15, 2014
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No one has asked the question why the women in the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty make such disastrous marital choices
Vinod Mehta
Magazine | Dec 08, 2014
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