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New York Diary
The dread is general, abroad in the city; I can see it in the thousand-yard stares of people roaming the streets: the Pussy Grabber has won. And Leonard Cohen is dead.
Nov 28, 2016
It’s an elaborate ritual of politeness, this bowing, and meant to convey much more than people from other countries can imagine.
Nov 21, 2016
The market square is full of people fitting the “all is well” mould. But I see the emptiness that needs filling...
Nov 14, 2016
YouTube inverted the entire logic of scarcity and desire that drove us on hot, lonely afternoons to tiny cassette shops
Nov 07, 2016
It is difficult to ignore the milling crowd outside Dishoom, the hot and happening Indian restaurant at the snazzy Covent Garden.
Oct 31, 2016
New Delhi Diary
For the great political pundits of Indian journalism, being media advisor to Rahul Gandhi and being an RSS nominee is one and the same thing.
Oct 24, 2016
I found it objectionable to accept my degree from a person who had suspended us from university under pressure from the HRD ministry
Oct 17, 2016
St. Tropez Diary
St Tropez is ‘A-lister’ destination, home to rich celebs, industrialists and financiers with properties and megayachts spread along its bay
Oct 10, 2016
Art has never stopped a war, or fed a poor stomach, but art makes all of us better humans.
Oct 03, 2016
A magazine that challenged nationalist establishments could not hope to access the mass market.
Kanak Mani Dixit
Sep 26, 2016
Sri Lanka Diary
Everything in Sri Lanka is either sweet or spicy. Often both. Our people; our tea.
Sep 19, 2016
Brexit does not seem to have affected the tourist inflow and Edinburgh is close to being uncomfortably full.
Sep 12, 2016
It’s in the sun and sand of Australia's red centre desert that I discover the country’s spiritual heart.
Sep 05, 2016
It has one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe and issues e-visas in five days
Aug 29, 2016
The Argentine obsession with beef is matched only by a similar fixation with dulce-de-leche, aka caramel
Aug 22, 2016
Santa Fe Diary
The capital of New Mexico that should rank as the quaintest town anywhere
Binoo K. John
Aug 15, 2016
The city is heaving with tourists soaking up the Mediterranean sun, and gorging on ice cream and kababs.
Aug 08, 2016
Trinidad & Tobago Diary
Only one Indian author has won the Nobel for literature. Trinidad and Tobago, with a population of a little over a million, has achieved this feat twice
Aug 01, 2016
Multiple direct flights, just six hours from Delhi, cool weather, excellent historical sites, great food, and friendly people.
Jul 25, 2016
New Zealand Diary
There’s a hallowed, spiritual quality to the land and a softness to the people that’s hard to get your head around.
Jul 18, 2016
Poverty has no language but still it is an awkward feeling to be accosted by handicapped beggars and homeless mendicants speaking fluent French
Jul 11, 2016
Bangalore is full of people following multiple diets. Where does that leave us masala-dosai loving, carb-addicted vegetarians?
Jul 04, 2016
I was greatly pleased to arrive in Thomas Hardy’s birthplace one June morning and note with a perverse satisfaction that the world seemed to have forgotten his birthday
Jun 27, 2016
Pahalgam has always seemed to me the archetype of a one-horse town—a Hollywood studio of fake shop fronts transported to Himalayan heights.
Jun 20, 2016
Iran's people are hungry for the comforts of our times—fast cars, fine foods, designer clothes and travel.
Jun 13, 2016
These Assam elections were the first one in 30 years when insurgency was not an issue.
Jun 06, 2016
The notion of national and anti-national, a big deal in the India of 2016, seems rather alien to life in the world’s only tri-national city
May 30, 2016
The fragrance of jasmine fills the air with a sweetness that brings to mind images of clouds and birds and the intoxicating rhythms of ancient Tamil poetry.
May 23, 2016
While other metros are in the throes of a gastronomic tsunami, Calcutta scores in street food.
May 23, 2016
The erection of the six-metre model of the Arch of Triumph in the centre of London was billed as an act of solidarity with Syria’s war-ravaged people.
May 16, 2016
17 Dead After Blaze Engulfs Firecracker Factory In Bawana
Rusticated Class 12 Student Shoots Dead School Prinicpal
Swamy Submits I-T Order Against Rahul, Sonia Gandhi And Others
Wonderful, Precise And Very Cool: How Do Our Money Up-Chucking Machines Work?
"I'm Only Passing Through" 10 Leonard Cohen Songs That You Must Listen To
Blackout For NDTV Stirs The Media
Daily Curator: The Dominion Of Misunderstood Men Over Headlines
Daily Curator: Of Holes Being Poked Into The Bhopal Encounter And The Origins Of Chyawanprash
Watch: Viral Video Has Man Lighting Up A Line Of Crackers Attached To His Mouth
Three Killed In Ceasefire Violation
Pak Raises Jadhav's Case In UNSC
Man Declared Dead Was Alive For 8 Hours In Mortuary
Honour Killing: Court Sentences Six To Death
Why Not Srirangapatna?
Click G For Media Monopoly
The Bid For A Return Ticket
No Snoozing In Silicon Valley
‘Killing Original Content Creators Isn’t In Silicon Valley’s Interest’
‘Man’s Ego Is A Horse Without Reins’
A Rosary Of Rudraksha Beads
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