By Rityusha Mani Tiwary The United States, United Kingdom and Australia announced a new trilateral defence deal (AUKUS) on September 16, 2021. The former two...
When startups can raise billions without any difficulty, why is infra financing proving to be a puzzle over decades?
As the woman who changed Germany demits office after 16 years as Chancellor, there’s a new German Consensus that there will be no more new fences
By R Gandhi Cryptocurrencies, or virtual currencies, have caught the fancy of over one-and-a-half crore Indians as per claims of cryptocurrency exchanges. The trading volume...
By Pramod K Nayar Poetry has often had to engage with the horrors of industrialisation or imperialism. The English Romantics’ antipathy towards railway lines is...
As the US called curtains on its ‘forever war’ and evacuated its last soldier, it left behind a country in a complete mess. Even...
Frederick Forsyth’s masterly tweaking of the spy thriller gave us a classic that made murder a high-class, highly skilled profession
The fate of Afghanistan’s rich archaeological history, art and artefacts remains uncertain
Margaret Cousins, an Irish by birth, set the tune and Herbert Murrill, an English musician, made it speedy and bouncy on the lines of French national anthem La Marseillaise
Equipping and empowering our migrants to deal with the complications that arise at various stages of migration is no more an option
In fragile Northeast abound with border disputes, the flare-up between Assam and Mizoram over territorial claims is risky
The world’s ‘Second Oldest Profession’ -- spying and espionage -- has been an integral part of the state system way before Pegasus
The Olympics beginning in Tokyo from July 23 will see many firsts -- deferred by a year, no crowds, athletes in a bio-bubble and stringent protocols
Despite several turbulent events, failed experiments and policies, the party persists
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