Cut marks on bone fossils found on an Indian foothill could well change the narrative on human evolution
Films facing bans find newer ways of coming up for air
Lamenting the disappearance of the middle path from the national discourse
A regular column on the essential buzz
Activists-ecologists are aghast at the ruin Mumbai’s western coastal road can cause
A sting-happy journalist faces police intimidation for a story that embarrassed the government
Capt G.R. Gopinath who started India’s first budget airline Air Deccan which he sold to Vijay Mallya on the Kingfisher fiasco
The Enforcement Directorate is up and about, some say on political directions. Has it become the new CBI?
Des traces de découpe sur les ossements découverts dans les piémonts indiens pourraient changer l’histoire de l’évolution de l’homme
Marital rape remains legally unrecognised at a steep cost
It began with a scintillating vision—urban utopias going by the spiffy name ‘Smart Cities’. But is the focus all wrong? Is the model elitist? Many questions abound.
Mallya cadged loans and hedged around law with help from politicians
A random sample from the British periodicals
For his candid and off-the-cuff remark amidst all the sibling rivalry
Though our PM is known more for his fasting than his feasting, he has brought his star power to bear on Varanasi’s crafts and food
A grain that is no longer being cultivated in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, thanks to the apple economy
Dealing with an ankle injury, the sort that cut short Hingis’s promising singles career
Bidwai’s last book is a passionate analysis of the Left’s loss of relevance
Reads like a stylish stream-of-consciousness narrative immersing one’s mind in an internal monologue.
Book launches get classier and Delhi’s India Habitat Centre catches the Penguin Spring Fever
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
The author and journalist on her new book, Menaka’s Choice
The 18th National Festival of Creative Arts, Osianama's annual Film and Arts Festival called Womanhood and Chennai Rock 'n Roll
Holds your attention with its easy story-telling though there may be a couple of scenes that lag
The enormous advantage and a bigger challenge for Full House looking to make a comeback with Fuller House
The Royal Philharmonic orchestra's plan for the fans of the king of rock ’n roll, Elvis Presley
In spite of Mallya’s antics, young players still have hope thanks to online help
A slow change of viewpoints arrives with necessity in the RSS
Union minister for urban development Venkaiah Naidu on the smart city project and its compatibility with local governments
Will investors prefer smaller, more profitable cities?
Dr Anne Dambricourt-Malassé, a palaeoanthropologist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research, on the significance of the Masol fossil findings
What is it about Masol that makes it key to the story of human evolution