Alibaba and Amazon are headed for an epic showdown in India
The two companies compete with each other in markets like Europe, but India is different ballgame.
Why India must submit to King Coal – for now
Its main advantage over other feasible alternatives is that it is largely immune to interference from nature, economic vagaries and artificial accidents.
The true story behind reports of hundreds of labourers dying to build Qatar's World Cup 2022
Qatar has a terrible human rights record, and often treats workers like slaves, but imprecise arguments and exaggerated numbers do not help.
Will India be Pakistan's 'home ground' for international cricket matches?
Pakistan Cricket Board may want to host its international series in India, but will India play ball?
Animals being used in Indo-Pak warfare? Manto had predicted it 60 years ago
As India captures a Pakistani pigeon alleged to be involved in spying operations, a short history of zoological warfare in the subcontinent.
Why Narendra Modi should have met Jayalalithaa and not Manmohan Singh
Once seen as arrogant and rubbing shoulders with big business, the Tamil Nadu chief minister now ensures that her pro-poor policies get highlighted.
The jailed opposition leader who might hold the key to Venezuela's future
Using a smuggled mobile phone, an imprisoned opposition leader has summoned the people of Venezuela to the streets again. Could it bring down Maduro?
The success of the IPL marks the end of sub-nationalism in Indian sport
Even the spirit of ultra-nationalism that colours India’s participation in international sport might be eroded.
What's in a word? The challenges of 'transgender'
Transgender is a relatively new word. So when an academic seeks to create a transgender historical archive, complications abound.