OTT wants first strike: Bad news for cinema

The movie industry has been on a standstill since March 13 this year due to the deadly coronavirus. Same is the case with television... Read more »

Cricket, oh lovely cricket!

"O, cricket is a game for a real live man, keep fit little man, keep fit! So, get out in the open whenever you... Read more »

Cricket in the days gone by – Yajurvindra Singh

The first victim of this rigorous day was Rajendra Goel. He was a well-oiled machine when it came to bowling but every limb of... Read more »

It is not just about LAC – D.C. Pathak

None of what is happening, therefore, pertains to LAC alone -- it is part of the larger Chinese policy of dealing with the emerging... Read more »

Premiumisation: Key play for India – Taponeel Mukherjee

As investors and businesses assess the dynamics of the Indian consumer markets, it would be prudent to be aware of a few important trends.... Read more »

US is facing a cumulative socio-political discontent – D.C. Pathak

The protest against the police brutality was instantaneous in Minnesota but soon escalated into a widespread public agitation in which the whites also joined... Read more »

The colourful rhetoric of cricket

Unfortunately, not only cricket but all sports around the world reek of spectators and fan followers targeting a sportsman as their private property and... Read more »

India’s public policy failures and private solutions – Shankkar Aiyar

Indians are seceding from dependence on the government for these most basic of services, to invest in the pay-and-plug economy. Citizens across income levels... Read more »

Trump’s mediation offer another election gimmick?

India, China and the US have their respective reasons to divert the people’s attention from domestic scenario to a foreign enemy. Read more »

Taxes, prices and restructurings: Moving ahead in the times of corona – Taponeel Mukherjee

In the long-run India requires to provide capital for both consumer and infrastructure businesses to expand. While the economic package announced by the Honourable... Read more »

No umpire from the Indian cricket empire – Yajurvindra Singh

By Yajurvindra Singh Indian cricket has had a phenomenal growth, not only as one of the top cricket teams in the world but also... Read more »

Under cover of covid-19, is MP, UP implementing agenda of donors?

The move in India isn’t an isolated case, but an example of Right Wing parties taking advantage of the pandemic to push through their... Read more »

Priyanka’s 1000 buses: Who said the government is concerned about migrant workers, UP and Karnataka prove it doesn’t

It is no secret as why Yogi Adityanath is rattled with the Congress move to help the workers because being politically shrewd and astute,... Read more »

“There were two vultures that day, one of them with a camera” – Dr John Dayal

Today, 26 years later, the vultures are still returning home from all over India with cameras in their hands, busy taking pictures of workers... Read more »

Modi and Trump both hope blaming China will rescue them…

Political leaders of all hues and colors have often resorted to a political strategy through which they try to hoodwink the public opinion by... Read more »

One can rise to power using propaganda, but you need reality and truth to govern

In a war against a pandemic, the cardinal rule is this - GO BIG OR GO HOME. To stop an armored column you have... Read more »

Corona pandemic put the governance on test – D.C. Pathak

The turnout of vast numbers of migrant labour in large cities like Delhi to head back in panic to their village homes, hundreds of... Read more »

Indian cricket’s dream One Day XI – Yajurvindra Singh

Every Indian cricket player goes through this process and those who excel go on to play the higher level of the game. One, therefore,... Read more »

Financial package nothing more than a parlor trick

How do we know that the government hasn't actually delivered a single additional Rupee in stimulus? Because the power to add additional funding lies... Read more »

Rahul Gandhi exhibits far better leadership qualities than peers in the government during Covid-19 pandemic – Dr Satish Misra

Any good leader should keep his ears open to hear good advice. Despite being in the government and having no dearth of good advice... Read more »