In conversation with a historian who blames Winston Churchill for the three million deaths in the Bengal famine
As a hunter, Lakpat Singh Rawat does not like to be compared with Jim Corbett. But with three dozen kills in less than a decade, his presence in the hills of Garhwal is lethal for any man-eater with spots
After a long break, foreign arms purchases are firmly back on New Delhi’s agenda. But given the new trends dictating the country’s defence needs, indigenous R&D needs to buck up
There is hope that exposure of dodgy players will lead to a better market.
The story of Machli, the world’s most famous tigress, is nearing an end. A tribute
A history of everything you might have ever wanted to know about the countries of Central Asia