June 15, 2004, Tuesday
Writer Manjula Padmanabhan talks about her repeating cycles of sadness
There is a small hen sparrow exercising her ...
February 24, 2004, Tuesday
Even when the compulsion of dressing formally makes him sport a tie, the image of him that persists is one of a quintessential, ...
January 06, 2004, Tuesday
Â Her memoirs indicate that Leila Seth will be an easy lunch companion. As a law student on her way to becoming the first woman ...
December 02, 2003, Tuesday
The former RBI governor retains an appetite for governance issues on the eve of his parliamentary debut, as T N Ninan ...
November 11, 2003, Tuesday
Marc Faber, the global investment guru, reveals his passion for beer, bikes and babes to Haseeb A Drabu If he weren't an ...
October 14, 2003, Tuesday
Ashok Jhunjhunwala tells Subir Roy why he first shunned business but tailors his technological visions to work in the ...
October 07, 2003, Tuesday
S Gurumurthy's world-view is heavily influenced by his rural Brahminical roots, discovers Sanjay K Pillai over a ...
September 30, 2003, Tuesday
Once considered the grande dame of drawing room art, Anjolie Ela Menon's new-found respectability is based on the ...
September 02, 2003, Tuesday
Jean Dreze tells Aditi Phadnis why action-oriented development economics need not be a contradiction in terms ...
August 05, 2003, Tuesday
When he's not modelling government behaviour into game theory, Kaushik Basu's painting sarees, even writing a ...
July 29, 2003, Tuesday
Scott Bayman, GE India's President and CEO proves a big fan of India and Japanese food writes Kanika Datta ...
June 17, 2003, Tuesday
Sitaram Yechury tells Ajay Singh why the Left is more relevant than ever in India's current political milieu ...
May 20, 2003, Tuesday
Pico Iyer speaks to Nilanjana S Roy about his second fiction foray Abandon over his favourite prawn appetisers ...
May 06, 2003, Tuesday
Up close and personal, Vijay Mallya proves larger than life, as Bhupesh Bhandari ...
April 01, 2003, Tuesday
ONGC's chief Subir Raha loves a chat and hates sycophancy
The first thing that strikes me as we enter ...
February 11, 2003, Tuesday
S Ramodorai's low profile does not match his role as a major force in the Tata group, as Arijit De discovers over a ...
January 28, 2003, Tuesday
Navjot Singh Sidhu lays on the witticisms and anecdotes about his life over lunch with Bhupesh Bhandari ...
January 14, 2003, Tuesday
Founder of Shining Emotional Surplus, Shombit Sengupta, has a fine instinct for corporate strategy
In the ...
September 25, 2002, Wednesday
The minister for HRD proves no apologist for his views as Aditi Phadnis discovers over a simple meal ...
September 18, 2002, Wednesday
The World No 3 discusses his next gambit as champion spotter and the state of chess as a sport over tea with Devangshu ...
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