Columnists

Michael Gonsalves
JLR ready to launch e-car in India this year

Tata Motors-owned British luxury car marquee Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is ready to launch its fully electric car in India this year provided the infrastructure needed for such cars is ready.

Sangeetha G.
E-retailers innovate to fill gaps in portfolios

As part of their backward integration, e-commerce companies are working with small-scale farmers and manufacturers and branding their products.

Subhash Narayan
Petrol price set to breach all-time high level

The government reluctance to take a relook at high excise duty on petroleum products may push petrol prices to all-time high levels as early as next month.

Subhash Narayan
Plantation sector may get a boost

The government may be looking at unveiling a special package for the plantation sector — predominantly tea, coffee, cardamom and rubber — in the upcoming budget to address some of the concerns of t

Yajurvindra Singh
Close-in: Debacle in South Africa

Millions of Indian cricket fans were disheartened to see India succumb meekly to the accurate and hostile bowling of South Africa, as India lost the second Test at Centurion to hand the hosts an un

Ranjan Das
SCREENsavour: Point & shoot

The euphoria being created by the media and government surrounding the recent visit of the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu — a first such visit by an Israeli head of state to our country

Sandeep Bamzai
Kashmir Files: NEHRU PULLS PLUG ON PAKISTAN

India’s first PM Jawaharlal Nehru has often been accused of being a pacifist, his Fabian Socialist training perhaps acting as a personal touch point.

Aritra Mukhopadhyay
Newsmaker: “Chickens abroad, tigers at home”

Indomitable at home, Indian batsmen once again meekly surrendered in the face of South Africa’s hostile pace attack to suffer a humiliating 135-run drubbing in the second Test at the Centurion on W

Ranjit Bhushan
Fifth Columnist: Farmer votes

The 2011 Census reiterated what previous enumerations have concluded.

Ananda Majumdar
Ruminations: A reputation not easily denied

In his book ‘India after Gandhi’, historian Ramchandra Gu­h­a refers to an incident in the 1960s to describe how a communal colour was given to a woman’s suicide and had led to riots.

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