- Lunch with BS: Aruna Sundararajan on why women make good administrators
- Lunch with BS: Atishi Marlena on Delhi govt's battle to revive its schools
- Lunch with BS: Javadekar on innovation and higher education in India
- Lunch with BS: Anil Swarup talks about his long career as a civil servant
- Lunch with BS: Ashis Nandy explains how nationalism can be restrictive
July 27, 2018, Friday
Sundararajan tells Surajeet Das Gupta how many of the problems facing the telecom industry have to do with regulation and why ...
July 21, 2018, Saturday
Marlena tells how the Delhi government's remarkable engagement with sarkari schools has been sustained in a politically fraught ...
July 07, 2018, Saturday
Javadekar tells how the lack of innovation has bedevilled higher education in India and what it will take to rationalise the ...
June 30, 2018, Saturday
Swarup gives Anjuli Bhargava a no-holds barred account of his experience as part of diverse governments, crises and assignments ...
June 02, 2018, Saturday
Discomfort over dissent is nothing new. Every government since Independence has been uncomfortable with it
January 05, 2018, Friday
Over lamb, prawns and noodles, Anjali Puri finds the veteran Congressman uncharacteristically rattled but far from abject
August 18, 2017, Friday
Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani tells the author why 2018 Gujarat Assembly polls would be a cakewalk for BJP
August 04, 2017, Friday
Yechury tells Udit Misra why 'the index of Opposition unity' has always been a key factor in Indian
July 21, 2017, Friday
Yeddyurappa says, he will develop tourism and roll out the red carpet for potential investors
January 06, 2017, Friday
Over lunch with Business Standard, the minister discusses demonetisation and his plans
June 24, 2016, Friday
People on both sides of the Hindutva debate need to read and understand the texts first, Bibek Debroy, translator of the ...
April 22, 2016, Friday
The somewhat intimidating CM of Gujarat talks to Aditi Phadnis about politics of the Patel agitation in her state, how her govt ...
March 04, 2016, Friday
The Harvard historian-turned-politician, who is Subhash Chandra Bose's great-nephew, tells Anjali Puri why it is imperative to ...
August 07, 2015, Friday
The new British MP tells Anjali Puri, over salmon and trout at the Strangers' Dining Room in parliament, that it is perfectly ...
June 05, 2015, Friday
Laying out a minimalist lunch amid his maximalist art collection, the BJP MP and published poet is an unusual blend of hauteur ...
April 10, 2015, Friday
A trained commercial pilot and a qualified lawyer, Rudy tells Surabhi Agarwal and Rahul Jacob what it would take to bridge the ...
November 21, 2014, Friday
The Aam Aadmi Party ideologue tells Sahil Makkar why he thinks the party stands a good chance of returning to power in Delhi
June 06, 2014, Friday
The first McKinsey consultant to win a Lok Sabha seat, the novice MP appears to be making a seamless transition from a global ...
December 13, 2013, Friday
I only serve national interest, the former bureaucrat, whose significant contributions to infrastructure policymaking have been ...
December 06, 2013, Friday
The Jat leader tells Kavita Chowdhury that he is focused on passenger comfort and not on favouring private airlines, as many have ...