If India takes any stand on Chinese interests whether in Tibet or South China Sea, it would bear the brunt of Chinese retaliation.
Less than two months after the dramatic cancellation of its blockbuster IPO, Ant executives are left in charge of a company whose own narrative is now unclear.
The Khalistan movement in the 1980s may have limited support for Punjab’s Sikhs in the battle with the Indira Gandhi govt. But in Modi govt's farm laws, they have a worthy cause.
The only way to look at Modi’s and Shah’s seeming indifference to departing allies has to be in the context of the BJP’s expansion plans and its willingness to shed unwanted, extra baggage.
Maybe we’ll still cough in public, not share spoons, or work from home sometimes. But we won't take our lipsticks, luxury and loneliness for granted.
The UK and the EU had very different priorities. But the fact that they both are declaring victory at the end of contentious negotiations is remarkable diplomatic accomplishment.
Covid-19 actually reminded sports fans what to expect from their favourite athletes — to adapt to adverse situations and use them to your favour.
Museums like the Smithsonian have mounted shows on the Spanish flu, but Indian museums show no drive to document, collect, or preserve India’s Covid story.
In episode 648 of #Cut the Clutter, Shekhar Gupta talks about the PM's approach towards farmers and the opposition parties, while listing out the benefits of agriculture reforms.
Google’s Year in Search 2020 provides a snapshot of the fears, anxieties, distractions, and obsessions of an extraordinary year.