July 10, 2020
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What is ICMR? The History And Geography of Disease Control
Coronavirus has put ICMR in the driver’s seat, getting both bouquets and brickbats as it guides India’s epidemic response
Jun 12, 2020
Can Asymptomatics Infect? Are They The Silent Carriers?
Chinese scientists said in February that the viral load detected in an asymptomatic patient was similar to that in symptomatic patients
Jun 12, 2020
Does India Have A Milder Epidemic? Not Really
What explains India’s low uptake initially? India’s population structure probably. Other countries have a larger representation of the elderly than we have
Jun 12, 2020
Did The Lockdown Work? What Did It Do? What Would Have Happened Without It?
Questions on governance remain even as scientists estimate that the lockdown averted as many as 32,000 fatalities till May 15
Jun 12, 2020
Our Live-in Virus: What Does the Real Covid Map Look Like?
Corona has settled over this landmass like a moving cryptic crossword. Can we really read its clues?
Jun 12, 2020
Cold Coffee, Reheated
Jun 05, 2020
Riding The Rails
Karnataka’s ability to send back migrant workers hinges upon an imperfect registration process
May 15, 2020
Tales From A Leap Year
May 01, 2020
The Sisters We Forgot: Nurses Risk Their Lives To Save Ours, But Are We Grateful To Them?
In India, the public perception about nurses is still one of those who merely carry out instructions of doctors. During COVID-19 times, they are being hailed as angels, but only just
Apr 24, 2020
Blame It On COVID-19: How Fear of Job Losses, Pay Cuts Adding To Anxiety Syndrome
With opportunities shrinking given economic conditions, 90 per cent calls from recruiters are engaging in only exploration conversation
Apr 10, 2020
BJP Legislators' Lunch Meeting Fuels Speculations Over Stability Of Karnataka Govt
The CM shrugged off questions about the controversial linch meeting, saying that stemming the Covid-19 spread in the state was the top priority for him.
Jun 02, 2020
Sedition Case Against Karnataka School: Headmistress, Parent Arrested
The complainant alleged that the play criticised the CAA, NPR and NRC and that a child had waved a slipper at the PM during its enactment.
Jan 31, 2020
Karnataka Bypolls: After Victory, BJP's Fresh Challenge Is To Balance Loyalists With New Entrants
Karnataka has been the BJP’s "gateway to the south," but it has also presented the party with paradoxes.
Dec 09, 2019
Karnataka Bypolls: BJP’s Fate Depends On Defectors
In Karnataka bye-elections, the battle is between the loyalists and the defectors.
Dec 04, 2019
A Day After Hulimavu Lake Breach, Temporary Bund Built To Stop Flooding
This is the third time a lake has breached its bank in Bangalore in a month
Nov 25, 2019
Amit Shah Planned, Supervised 'Operation Kamala', Says Yediyurappa In Leaked Video
Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa has not challenged the authenticity of the video clip.
Nov 02, 2019
D K Shivakumar, Karnataka Congress' Troubleshooter, In Throes Of ED's Money Laundering Charges
With ED slapping serious money laundering charges against Shiva Kumar, trouble is mounting on Congress main man in Karnataka, and he faces perhaps the toughest challenge of his political career.
Sep 04, 2019
ANALYSIS | As Yediyurappa Takes Oath As Chief Minister, Uncertainties Persist Over Karnataka Politics
BS Yeddyurappa, who first became a legislator in 1983, is today the BJP’s only leader in Karnataka with a mass following.
Jul 26, 2019
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: There Are At Least Five Clear Favourites, Says Legendary Jonty Rhodes
In an interaction with Outlook, Jonty Rhodes said that "there's not one or two teams that are clear favourites, there are maybe five. So every match is important"
May 26, 2019
Lok Sabha Election Results: BJP Takes Karnataka By Storm, Set To Make Inroads Into Southern Part
A BJP sweep in Karnataka will, most observers anticipate, push the state's ruling Congress-JD(S) coalition to the brink.
May 23, 2019
In Karnataka, Ministry Expansion Is Back To The Front Once Again
Congress party leaders have assured the empty ministerial posts will be filled up before December 10 when the assembly convenes for its winter session.
Dec 04, 2018
In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala
China's Muscle-flexing In Bhutan Raises Alarm Bells In New Delhi
'If Covid Made Us Anxious, This Will Make Us Fall Apart,' Say Indian Students In US On New Visa Rules
Nepal Stops Transmission Of All Indian News Channels, Except Doordarshan
Will BCCI Axe Apex Council Member Alka Bhardwaj?
OPINION | Michael Holding’s ‘Educate The World’ Plea On Racism Just Perfectly Pitched
OPINION | Cricket Faces Saliva Test But What A Joy To See It’s Back To Business Again, Almost!
OPINION | Karnataka’s Decision To Allow Online Horse Race Betting Good News For Online Gaming Sector
Cricket Diaries | When Gary ‘Glittering’ Gilmour Left Lillee, Thomson In His Wake
OBITUARY | Sir Everton Weekes, Butcher And A Gentleman
Guilty Conscience And Sheer Neglect Of Legacy: Congress Has Lost Narasimha Rao To BJP
How Gangster Vikas Dubey Scripted His Bollywood-style Arrest
Gowri Amma: The Best CM Kerala Never Had
The Suspended J-K Cop On Whom Mahesh Bhatt Wishes To Make A Film
LeT Behind Killing Of Kashmiri BJP Leader, His Family Members: Police
Nearly 25,000 Cases In A Day Take India’s Covid Tally To Over 7.67 Lakh
Indian Army Bans 89 Apps For Its Personnel, Including Facebook, Insta
1st Test, Day 2: Jason Holder On Fire As Windies Dismiss England For 204
Hockey Pro League: IND's Campaign To Resume With Away Tie Against ARG
Bihar Is In A Mess And We’ll Change It: Yashwant Sinha
Opinion | To Push Back China's Growing Belt And Road Initiative Will Be India's Main Challenge
The Troll Invasion
Frieze On A Screen