Profile of Vrinda Gopinath
A journalist's diary from the streets of Paris.
‘Gliberal’ fakery must be picked up and pointed out
Back to the era of mad dictators and tinfoil democracies
Five times Modi’s followers picked the wrong fights
Is the indignant liberal in residence really better than a Sanghi?
If a woman commits a crime, it must be her greed and ambition
An impassive Modi is of no help in thawing the House freeze
A two-week stay would have clashed with August 15 Independence Day celebrations.
As Lalit Modi’s latest scandalous revelations rock the ruthless, rapacious world of cricket and politics, it has shattered the reputations of two women leaders.
A mapping of how Hindutva went from fiery to fireball in the last two years
Deepika’s celebrity illness can pathologise even day-to-day stressors
Using the OSA in the “corporate espionage” case is a bad idea. Journalist Santanu Saikia must be released immediately.
No work and no play is a dull way of being serious
As scraggy socialists mope, the corpulent parivar corps chucks a swell
The PM says that god has gifted him a sense of mixing and matching colours and that he is in complete command of what he chooses to wear.
A partisan media propped Modi up. It must watch its own back now.
Can RG’s yuva choice Lalitesh Tripathi make it a double, win LS poll?
A clutch of women columnists have taken it upon themselves to promote and protect the BJP’s 56-incher
A new legal glare pathologises workplace familiarity, hurts freedom
Bust-shaping gel morphs into national award? Time to bust out.
The ‘new’ woman inspires both primeval aggression, preening love
With all this negativity hanging like a cloud over people’s heads, can anyone blame a citizen for taking a punch and a swipe, just like his leaders and peers do?
The odious claim that the masses are ignorant and don’t know democracy was just one of the many prejudices and distortions that made one warm up to the Anna crusaders
Uptight ’n canny, today’s brand delivery boys are no sex gods
A heady mix of love, betrayal, business marked his encounters with India