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Sandeep Bamzai
Reflections: AN ODE TO A GENTLEMAN

Ajit Wadekar was a reluctant cricketer, but he certainly got results for India, both as captain and in his avatar of manager many years later. Once he took to the game, he went right to the top.

Ranjan Das
ScreenSavour: An affair to remember

By the mid-1950s Roberto Rossellini, the iconic Italian Neo-Realist director of such cult films like Rome Open City and Paisan, was a spent force.  His marriage to the legendary Hollywood actr

Gautam Datt
‘Absence of evidence does not mean absence of effort’

Vikram Sood is a former head of India’s foreign intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing.

Ananda Majumdar
Ruminations: Legacy of hope

Arun Shourie, former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s go-to man on many economic issues, believed that the former prime minister had impeccable political instincts but he allowed them to be su

Nirbhay Kumar
Big Interview: Enormous Opportunity

Vistara, a Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture, has been aggressively expanding its fleet and network, becoming a leading player in domestic market.

Aritra Mukhopadhyay
Gold Hunt: BEST FOOT FORWARD

The 18th edition of the Asian Games is all set to kick off on August 18.

Payal Dhar
Sound of Music

Art Basel, the series of premier art fairs held around the world annually, is a great place to check out the best of modern and contemporary art. And sometimes that art comes in the form of tech.

Sandeep Bamzai
Disequilibrium: Hindu the new centrifuge in Hindustan

Talk of the law of diminishing returns kicking in abounds as the political mercury begins to soar in the lead up to 2019.

Shubha Singh
Diplomatic Enclave: Nuke Cooperation

The Indo-US civilian nuclear energy cooperation agreement was signed ten years ago.

Ananda Majumdar
Newsmaker: Running on empty

The ogre has whupped Indian cricketers once again in England. It is an old foe and has a name – Swing. At its scariest it mutates into Late Swing.

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