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Indranil Banerjie

Book Review | A colourful, noir biography of first celebrity criminal in India

Many among today’s younger generation would not even have heard of the man

10 Apr 2022 12:37 AM

Book Review | Is dialogue the key to firming our grasp on Indo-Pak ties?

The author has got together forty nine Indians and Pakistanis to pen their views on the subject

20 Mar 2022 12:07 AM

Indranil Banerjie | Global climate calamity is here: Does anybody care?

All attempts to prevent climate change are failing and the situation is worsening

04 Mar 2022 3:38 AM

Indranil Banerjie | Flashpoint Ukraine: Cold War thinking still prevails

The global order, democracy and world peace are under threat and the West is determined to prevent this from happening

25 Feb 2022 3:39 AM

A ringside view of how a new nation was born amid flames

It is not always that a journalist gets a chance to be part of history in the making

22 Jan 2022 6:43 PM


Book Review | Raising a toast to 15 British men who parted veil of India’s history

The first British who came to rule India were men of the Enlightenment with an intense curiosity

02 Jan 2022 2:29 AM

Indranil Banerjie | Can South Asians work as one, herald a better 2022?

Despair was the dominant theme in the South Asian subcontinent during 2021

30 Dec 2021 11:55 PM

Indranil Banerjie | Why Bangladesh didn’t turn into a failed state

First, of course, it managed to break free from a colonial relationship with its western and more powerful half, West Pakistan

17 Dec 2021 2:39 AM

Book Review | Panchsheel and other delusions that wrongfooted our China ties

The ensuing conflict between the world’s two Asian powers seems destined to be a defining process for global geopolitics

04 Dec 2021 8:56 PM

Book Review | How the Dalai Lama beat Communists by spreading the Dharma

Author Alexander Norman’s book traces the tragic sequence of events that marked the Dalai Lama’s life

25 Sep 2021 11:18 PM


Indranil Banerjie | Europe needs rethink as Atlantic divide widening

The French received no hint the deal was about to be broken and put the blame squarely on the United States

23 Sep 2021 12:14 AM

Indranil Banerjie | Is fall of Kabul a Humpty Dumpty moment for US?

President Biden’s address to the American people suggested a lack of geopolitical sapience

03 Sep 2021 1:18 AM

Indranil Banerjie | A hotter, wetter planet to trigger new world order?

This calamitous warning comes from the latest report released earlier this week by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

13 Aug 2021 2:52 AM

Indranil Banerjie | Dark days loom for Afghans: Will Kabul die another day?

After a bitter nine-year war, Mikhail Gorbachev finally pulled the plug on a conflict that had claimed thousands of Afghan and Soviet lives

18 Jul 2021 11:50 PM

Book Review | Resurrecting, in mind’s eye, a living Red Fort

While much of the book and its many short sections tend to be somewhat disjointed and faltering, as we approach the end, things change

04 Jul 2021 3:25 AM


Book Review | Hobsbawm’s choice: When logic rejects nationalism...

Britain’s best-known historian, Eric Hobsbawm, traverses a similar path in his writings on Nationalism

06 Jun 2021 9:18 AM

Indranil Banerjie | US Afghan exit a pyrrhic victory for Pak generals?

The last time the Taliban had taken over Afghanistan, 26 years ago, India’s historical presence in Afghanistan was forced to abruptly end

20 Apr 2021 12:00 AM

Book REVIEW | The good doctor’s submissions

The book’s many, well-researched papers dealt with the larger issue of the state of healthcare in India

06 Dec 2020 9:16 AM

Indranil Banerjie | Are America’s days over as world’s moral arbiter?

The bitter and highly polarised November 2020 election was watched with disbelief and distaste across the world

02 Dec 2020 7:23 AM

The corona disruption and the impact on India

Even higher rates of unemployment engendered by a pandemic could stoke political instability

23 Mar 2020 7:23 AM