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Students on front lines: What protests portend

Whatever the view, the fact is that India’s youth, particularly the student population, is restive and in the mood for rebellion.

02 Jan 2020 1:38 AM

That magnificent man in his flying machines

MiG-27: “The MiG-27 was a ground attack fighter bomber with supersonic capability. It was a large and heavy aircraft as fighters go.

20 Dec 2019 1:22 AM

As climate crisis grows, all of us should act now

The efforts of governments, corporations and individuals are just not enough to slow down, leave alone reverse, the trends in global warming.

10 Dec 2019 1:37 AM

Impeaching Trump: Politics will prevail

The details of the charges and counter-charges are complicated and open up a window to a very different set of issues.

23 Nov 2019 2:28 AM

What keeps ties between US and Pakistan ticking

The US decision to make Pakistan an ally and stand by it no matter what has often hurt India.

22 Nov 2019 1:26 AM

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How bots are making life easier for mankind

The fatal flaw in such speculation is the assumption that there is a defined Platonic best in everything.

08 Nov 2019 1:33 AM

Baghdadi, ISIS and US: The mystery to endure

The US forces were apparently led to Baghdadi’s hideout by the Kurdish-controlled Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

30 Oct 2019 12:23 AM

Nobel for stern critic of Indian govt’s eco vision

Today, however, almost everyone acknowledges that those observations were spot on.

16 Oct 2019 1:03 AM

The real reason why India has a high-cost economy

The average per capita income in Delhi, according to the latest state economic survey, is Rs 3.65 lakhs, or about Rs 30,000 a month.

03 Oct 2019 1:34 AM

Immigration issue to be critical in 2020 US polls

With the start of impeachment proceedings against President Trump, matters are only going to get uglier.

28 Sep 2019 12:26 AM

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A master at the height of his craft presents curious bouquet of styles

The story however is not just another “History Lesson” but a completely different type of historical narrative.

28 Jul 2019 3:23 AM

Heading to the moon: The real success story

All of India clapped in appreciation as the rocket carrying the country’s first moon lander and explorer went into a 23-day orbit around the earth.

27 Jul 2019 6:32 AM

An insider navigates the power corridors

One would imagine that this would be a humdrum account of a torpid life focused on files and rule books.

19 Jul 2019 1:01 AM

America & Pakistan: Back to a cosy future

New Delhi’s greatest concern traditionally has been the transfer of military systems and technology to Islamabad.

19 Jul 2019 12:00 AM

Where is India’s narrative on Kashmir?

There are no concentration camps or a clampdown on religious activities.

12 Jul 2019 1:17 AM

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No lessons learnt: China mishandles HK dissent

Hong Kong citizens believe that their chief executive’s obduracy reflects the views of her mentors in Beijing.

27 Jun 2019 2:12 AM

Aiming for the stars… but can’t even make a chip!

Our shortcomings in most areas of high technology, apart from space and pharmaceuticals, are alarming for several reasons.

21 Jun 2019 3:07 AM

Earn Kashmiris’ trust before switching gears

The country's security and intelligence agencies have played a forward role in the matter.

10 Jun 2019 12:45 AM

An intrepid Bengali teacher and his time in Tibet

The problem was that Tibet had closed its borders to all foreigners and the only people allowed in were Buddhist monks.

07 Jun 2019 1:29 AM

What 2019 poll results portend for our future

One face of India seemed to project unmitigated gloom and despair.

28 May 2019 2:01 AM

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