In the early noughties, a woman colleague was alarmed when an earnest waiter offered her a quickie at a newly opened Italian place. He was suggesting the quiche
Mr Trump doesn't watch Indian TV so he missed breathless coverage of Davos talk-fest that suggested that people talked only about potential El Dorado that is India
Legally-mandated reform can only go that far in making workplaces more conducive to women employees
The French choose not to highlight the fact that Zidane is actually Algerian by origin and he comes from a family of economic refugees
The Smart City project is one manifestation of that touching ambition
True, fraud and scandal are scarcely new trends in the developed world, given the sheer scale of global corporations' activities
All of a sudden, if you look around you, India appears to be one of the world's less hazardous destinations for international tourists
Who gains, who loses if the national carrier ceased to exist
Making a business and economic case for women's participation is certainly a practical way of furthering the cause of gender equality
The day after Mohammad Akhlaq was lynched in his home, a Delhi daily carried a photograph of his grieving widow & daughter on its website edition to accompany the report on the incident
Okay, we know what writers, actors, dancers, critics, opposition politicians and sundry permanent fixtures on the TV punditry circuit think about the Ku Klux Klan-style hostility expressed by saffron wingnuts to anything they don't like, whether it ...
Technology is back in the political pantheon as the leading deity to be invoked to rid the country of centuries of poverty and backwardness. First, it was Rajiv Gandhi, who worshipped at its altar with his Technology Missions. Now it is Narendra ...
Narendra Modi may discover that his admirable aim of Minimum Government, Maximum Governance would demand deeper institutional change than he bargained for
So Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants Indian industrialists to increase their risk appetite and step up their investments in the country to contribute to "nation-building". It is an appropriately muscular statement from our "strong" prime minister. ...
The India Aspiration Fund does not address the basic aspirations of small entrepreneurs in India