- A drink with BS: Graphic novelist Sarnath Banerjee is in search of audience
- 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
- Lunch with BS: Meet BoB's Ravi Venkatesan, the master of his time
- 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
September 21, 2018, Friday
Banerjee tells Uttaran Das Gupta that since he cannot write about identity politics or motivational subjects, few seem interested ...
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 ...
August 04, 2018, Saturday
Venkatesan talks to Shyamal Majumdar about Infosys and BoB, how he has shifted gears every seven years, and why it is important ...
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 14, 2018, Saturday
Chhatwal talks to Shyamal Majumdar about his 'naughty boy' trait, how he overcame his fear of maths and why the Taj group is like ...
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 23, 2018, Saturday
Sajjan is clear that there is a neat relationship between steel & automobiles, he says, that will make a completely contemporary ...
June 16, 2018, Saturday
Vachani says that he has learnt a lot seeing the ups and downs of his family business
June 09, 2018, Saturday
A key factor that can make or break food brands in India is trust, he says
June 02, 2018, Saturday
Discomfort over dissent is nothing new. Every government since Independence has been uncomfortable with it
May 26, 2018, Saturday
The prices of LED bulbs have fallen and awareness is up, says Kumar with evident satisfaction
May 19, 2018, Saturday
Ahuja is outraged at the neglect and lethargy around him yet thrilled to be working in India where ancient objects are still ...
May 11, 2018, Friday
Rajesh Gopinathan talks to Niraj Bhatt about his journey from being CFO to the corner office at the country's most valuable ...