- Twinkle Khanna talks about how she acquired the 'libtard' moniker
- Lunch with BS: Advocate Indira Jaising is giving voice to the voiceless
- Lunch with BS: Anita Dongre rues how copycats are hurting the business
- Nisha Biswal tells why India will likely receive more attention from US now
- Lunch with BS: Rahil Ansari explains how Audi is planning to grow younger
- Lunch with BS: MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar, a politician and an entrepreneur
September 14, 2018, Friday
Khanna is just out with her first novel, 'Pyajamas are Forgiving', after 'Mrs Funnybones', which was a compilation of her ...
September 07, 2018, Friday
Jaising tells Geetanjali Krishna that no other institution has resisted the attempted subversion like the judiciary has and that ...
August 31, 2018, Friday
Fashion changes fast and if you are not keeping up you're getting left behind, said Dongre
August 25, 2018, Saturday
Biswal is known to speak her mind. When the Trump administration announced a sweeping ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority ...
August 18, 2018, Saturday
Ansari was just 38 when he took charge of Audi's India business early last year
August 11, 2018, Saturday
Chandrasekhar tells how he keeps his two lives - that of a politician and an entrepreneur - separate, and how his family came to ...
March 03, 2018, Saturday
Ganguly tells Udit Misra that he decided to be aggressive as a captain to back his teammates and provide them an atmosphere to ...
December 01, 2017, Friday
Wasserstrom discusses China's political evolution under Xi Jinping and tells Rahul Jacob he sees little reason to be hopeful
September 01, 2017, Friday
As long as you can improve your market situation even in a declining market, you win, says Folger
January 02, 2015, Friday
The executive director of Research Institute for Compassionate Economics, says rural India is a dismal outlier when it comes to ...
February 22, 2013, Friday
HCL Techâ€™s new CEO would rather build on the legacy of his star predecessor to take the IT firm into the league of global ...
September 25, 2012, Tuesday
As I wait for my guest, one of the most respected designers in Indian fashion, who is also 15 minutes late, I wonder if ...
May 15, 2012, Tuesday
One of the youngest MDs of the Tata Group on why the Indian IT story is not over yet and what it takes to push the envelope in ...
December 13, 2011, Tuesday
The ex-marine is on a mission to capture the Indian market for heavyweight bikes.
November 08, 2011, Tuesday
India’s private sector could create a world-beating defence industry, if only the government would encourage it, says the ...
September 13, 2011, Tuesday
One of the world’s most powerful women on fate and hard work — the cornerstones of her career in the banking world.
September 06, 2011, Tuesday
The professor and strategist on making the world round again.
April 12, 2011, Tuesday
The veteran of poll-based strategic consulting on why Indian firms aren’t as globally known as they should be, the Hillary ...
January 18, 2011, Tuesday
Never before have I had such a serious conversation over French fries — not even in graduate school as a history student ...
January 11, 2011, Tuesday
Among the spotless white mundus and crisp cotton saris of visitors to the Hay-on-Thiru festival held earlier in the year, one ...