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Friday, August 23, 2019

Cover Story

Five Steps To Resurrect The Indian Economy

Sutanu Guru with KS Narayanan & Parimal Peeyush

"Far too many of India's youth do not have access to adequate nutrition, healthcare, education or governance to lead productive lives."

Till Elections, Nothing Will Move Forward...


A policy like encouraging foreign direct investments is a positive step. But it is too late in the day.


Special Report

Ashram trouble

Chandran Iyer

Now 23 years after his death, the management trustees of Osho Ashram Trusts, to be rechristened Osho International Foundation is making news, again for the wrong reasons.

'Osho Ashram is in the hands of foreigners'

Chandran Iyer

The IPR of Osho’s books is estimated to be worth hundreds of crores.

Special Story

Fly in the ointment

T Satisan

Literary controversies are not new to Kerala and rear up their heads every now and then.


Immoral Faith

Prashanto Banerji, Features Editor, The Sunday Indian

IRC's an atheist. Not an easy nut to crack and he refuses to let God exit a conversation or enter his heart.



Developers unsure of the ground beneath their feet

Bachan Thakur

The real estate sector in the country continues to grapple with sluggish sales and decelerating profitability.



Confessions and Ambitions from the Runway

Richa Chaudhary

Over the years the modelling industry has changed quite a bit. Especially when it comes to male models. They have always had it harder than their female counterparts.



'Digvijay-controlled opposition is in disarray'

Raju Kumar

I believe I have the support of everyone, old people, children, women, Muslims, Dalits, all sections of society are showering their blessings on us.



Spanish scandal! again...

Amir Hossain

Transparency International's Global Corruption Barometer 2013 revealed in July that the perception of corruption in Spain’s political parties was 4.4 on a scale of five.


Political blame game

Amir Hossain

Indulging in political blame game is a very common trend in electoral politics these days. The post-election scenario in Zimbabwe only take the game up further.


The Chinese Dumpyard!

Sray Agarwal

Many countries, including India, believe that China has craftily undervalued exchange rates, manipulated its state-controlled banking system,



Advantage Amritraj


Non-stop action, sporting and otherwise, has been a constant in 57-year-old Ashok Amritraj’s life.


Rear Window

Time to impart momentum

Brig (Retd) Vinod Anand, Security Expert and Analyst

Iran's nuclear ambitions is another area where India has divergence of approach with the US.


Far Pavilion

The Dhaka Dungeons

Saurabh Kumar Shahi

In June this year, something happened in neighbouring Bangladesh that did not even register a blip on the world media radar.


Book Review

Book Review- SD Burman: The World Of His Music

Saibal Chatterjee

Sachin Dev Burman scripted one of the most glorious chapters in the annals of Hindi film music and doing full justice to the depth and breadth of the maestro’s contribution is bound to take a book some doing.


Book Review- Dirty Wars: The World Is A Battlefield

Saurabh Kumar Shahi

In some ways, Scahill’s Dirty Wars: The World Is A Battlefield, does not come out as a revelation.


Movie Review

Movie Review: Chennai Express

Monojit Lahiri

Rohit Shetty is about crazy, fantastical action. Together, their new offering tries to combine both and create super duper dhamaka for their audience.



Issue Dated: Feb 5, 2017