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  • Kishore Singh

    The myth called Wireless World Kishore Singh

    Air purifiers posed quite another danger to our health by way of loose wires trailing through the rooms, writes the author

  • Geetanjali Krishna

    Reflections on life and death Geetanjali Krishna

    Modern medicine has somehow made us all think of death as being, in some way, a failure to survive, rather than an inevitable reality, writes the author

  • Aditi Phadnis

    Opportunist? Or plain ingenious? Aditi Phadnis

    Sonia Gandhi will pass on the baton of presidentship of the Congress to her son Rahul today. How will history judge her term as president of the party?

  • Rahul Jacob

    The illogical republic Rahul Jacob

    Customs electronic delivery system rounds down to the nearest rupee; inevitably the invoices don't match and many exporters' refunds are delayed

  • Uttaran Das Gupta

    Close your eyes Uttaran Das Gupta

    Surat-based Hindu Yuva Vahini had raised a hue and cry over hoardings in the city that displayed advertisements featuring Sunny Leone in condom ad

  • Sunil Sethi

    Rambo rides again Sunil Sethi

    Analysts who optimistically believed Gujarat was a neck-and-neck race will soon be chewing the cud on how the caste arithmetic panned out, writes the author

  • Shekhar Gupta

    Shekhar Gupta: Young, restless, jobless & left out Shekhar Gupta

    If exit polls are right, which they should be as Yogendra Yadav says so, Mr Modi will win. The 27 per cent headstart of 2014 is handy but there is fraying of the wall

  • T N Ninan

    TN Ninan: Choosing one's facts T N Ninan

    Does the bulk of the media have a political bias? Perhaps it doesn't matter so long as one can speak truth to power. But as in the case of the now-famous death of a judge, was it truth at all?

  • Nitin Desai

    Growth for job creation Nitin Desai

    India can meet its job-creation challenge by modernising and galvanising the large hidden potential of the unorganised sector

  • Indrajit Gupta

    Bridging the gap between academia and practice Indrajit Gupta

    Today, India is seen as one of the most significant laboratories in the world for business and social innovation and entrepreneurship

  • Jagannarayan Padmanabhan

    Terminal affliction Jagannarayan Padmanabhan

    India is staring at an incipient - and significant - overcapacity at ports. It's time to alter the sail

  • Bibek Debroy

    John Lawrence and the railways Bibek Debroy

    The Odisha famine of 1866-67 gave an impulse to Lawrence's policy of constructing railways and canals across the country

  • Shankar Acharya

    2017: A year of troublesome twins Shankar Acharya

    These are likely to continue to be challenges for the economy in the coming year

  • Kanika Datta

    Catching up with sexual harassment Kanika Datta

    In India, 70 per cent of women said they did not complain for fear of reprisals, according to a survey this year by the Indian Bar Association

  • Somasekhar Sundaresan

    SC's wake-up call with bail law Somasekhar Sundaresan

    The abolition of grant of bail without hearing govt's position, and requirement to satisfy court that accused is not guilty, has become so rampant that it has now found place even in basic company law