Santwana Bhattacharya

Santwana Bhattacharya

The Elders can party too!

The Opposition is in a shambles. Their erasure from a number of state legislatures will soon show up starkly in the Upper House

04 Aug 2017

Tryst with a dictator

A group of Soviet mechanics slog through a muddy forest on a mission that would eventually help change the course of World War II: reaching dictator Joseph Stalin

04 Aug 2017

Sukumaran C V

All are equal, but some are more equal

Nobody likes to be criticised, but everybody likes to be praised.

04 Aug 2017

Sharanya Manivannan

Sharanya Manivannan

Rethink your ecological footprint to save the planet

I’ve been recycling from home for a couple of years now, and it’s such a normalised part of my life that I’m confident when I say you can do the same, with just minimal effort.

03 Aug 2017

Rajeev Tamhankar

Learn to look at the big picture

The entire concept of startup is planting a seed that will eventually nurture into a beautiful tree.

03 Aug 2017

Prakash Nanda

Prakash Nanda

Wars and arms: A tale of two ministries

A recent CAG report said our Army lacked ammunition to fight a war longer than
10 days. But it’s not all that grave

03 Aug 2017

The world’s gravest threat

The Islamic State and climate change are the two major threats to national security according to people around the world, a recent Pew Research Center survey revealed.

03 Aug 2017

Dr Lalitha Ramakrishnan

A good day at a government office

We approached the reception desk of that government office with faltering steps. You may have been a senior officer.

03 Aug 2017

Menaka  Raman

Menaka Raman

Hope for the best... prepare for the worst

You have kids and work from home? You’ll need all the good luck in the world!

02 Aug 2017

Saumya Chawla

Want to fall flat on your face? At least do it in style

One of my all-time favourite items of gossip is probably about Diane Von Furstenberg, who in 2011, was recovering from a broken nose and facial fractures after a ski accident in Aspen.

02 Aug 2017