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‘My Reputation Can Take Mudslinging’

Ramachandra Guha on the turf war over the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in Delhi, which he believes is going down the drain Q What is your key demand with regard to the functioning of the Nehru…

Back to Africa

The quest for food security is driving companies and countries to buy large tracts of farmland in poor countries. Indian firms are at it too.  Back in 2003, Ramakrishna Karuturi’s floriculture…

Gayatri Devi (1919-2009)

With the passing away of Maharani Gayatri Devi, a unique chapter in India’s history and culture closes. For long after Independence, her beauty and grace embodied the finest aspects of India to the…

Corus and Its Teesside Storm

In June, Tata Steel’s UK subsidiary Corus offered a summer treat to recession-hit Britons unable to afford a holiday: free weekend rail ounds of its steel plant in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.…

India Inc’s Season of Cheer

Tata Motors made a profit of Rs 513 crore, GlaxoSmithkline Rs 124 crore, NTPC clocked Rs 2,193 crore, why even Spicejet the low-cost airline managed some black ink in its books. It has been a long…

It’s a Man-Eat-Dog World

We all know the Communist Party of India loses reason when they hear ‘America’, but this one takes the red cake. The party’s Malay-alam mouthpiece Desabhimani has come out with a front page item…

In the Boy Zone

Being in Malerna is a bit like being in a Tarantino movie—you have no clue of the storyline. None of the excuses seem to make any sense, it’s so gory it sickens you, but you just can’t stop watching…

A Dad at 90

At the remote Galapagos island, made famous by Charles Darwin’s research, the stork has come visiting. The dad to be is 90 and his name is George, a Galapagos giant tortoise. At that age, males of…

Art Dekko

We are all equal because we all wear underpants. That’s the idea behind artist Jan Bucquoy’s underpants museum in Brussels. The Musee Du Slip, which opened in July, already boasts of an impressive…

Lost without Translation

India has more languages in danger of extinction than any other, going by a Unesco report on threatened languages. Most of the 196 mentioned languages in peril are in the North-east, with Arunachal…