India transferred five million jabs to Britain in need
'Defying Nehru and Ambedkar, caste is stronger today than ever before', says the author
'Cyclists are especially insulting to the "Billionaire Raj" (citing The Economist) over which Mr Modi presides', says the author
Sunanda K Datta-Ray says Xi Jing's choice of Mao suit at the foundation day ceremony of the Chinese Communist party signals the revival of Mao's orthodoxy and the party's supremacy
Sunanda K Datta-Ray discusses the double standards that pervade the Indian political establishment's embrace of unproven scientific nationalism
Anthony Lester was a barrister who dabbled in left-of-centre politics. The connection with Soli was explained by his passion for justice for the underdog
Rina lived in London for 50 years and died last week in a local hospital.
Although the Duchess of Sussex, the former Meghan Markle, isn't battling a mother-in-law, in essence her fight is not very different from traditional India's saas-bahu tussle
It's John Donne's foreboding in reverse: No matter for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for you and me
One such is "woke", which Britain's political right denounces as a battering ram that will destroy the ramparts of social orthodoxy
Pubs and restaurants in Tier 3 - the highest level, including Manchester, Hull, Newcastle and Bristol - can now offer only takeaway meals. London pubs can serve drinks but only with "substantial meal"
Air India should be a little more sensitive to passenger reactions, civilised travelling norms and the need to give value for money charged
Syamal Gupta, a senior Tata executive, helped change India's perception
Negligent at the best of times, our public sector undertakings have become even more lazy during these months of lockouts
The pandemic could tear aside pieties and posturing and unveil a more authentic India by sparking the kind of economic surge that shaped the Roaring Twenties after the Spanish flu epidemic