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Finding food and drink in London

'London being Tier 2, pubs can serve drinks but only with a 'substantial meal',' sighs Sunanda K Datta-Ray. IMAGE: A public health warning sign beside a road in London, December 22, 2020.......

This govt has a tendency to put the burden of suffering on people

'You cannot implement such a huge exercise, which is bound to cause misery to millions, without studying every aspect of its consequences, economic and social,' notes Sherna Gandhy. IMAGE: A......

Squabbling mice top 'people's poll' award

The Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition just named the winner of this year’s LUMIX People’s Choice Award, and the perfectly-timed photo by......

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019: Stunning shots of animals

Humans rarely get to glimpse the animal kingdom up-close. But, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, which is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum in London, offers a peek......

Why are our leaders like fish?

'Politicians try to be the leader fish, pulling the country along -- except that they try to knock other aspiring leaders off their course as they go, says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam......

Why Sumant Sinha is betting on the wind

His father is a former finance minister.His brother is a minister in the Modi government.But Sumant Sinha wants nothing to do with politics and tells Shreya Jai why he is bullish on the renewable......

Forget small retailers, can UPA stand up to Walmart?

As multilateral negotiations have paused, multi-national corporates have increasingly become aggressive; and our bureaucrats restless, writes M R Venkatesh. "There is strong evidence that rural......

The secret behind SpiceJet's success

On one of the first flights that Sanjay Aggarwal took on SpiceJet, the low-cost airline he heads, he was given a sandwich packed in a flimsy box. Soon, he found that his lap was full of crumbs from......

An ad campaign with a difference

A red leather overcoat billows out around her all-black outfit as "Anti-Marie Bureau" chief Kajol strides down the dimly-lit corridors of the Anti Marie Bureau office, her troop hustling behind......

Will yuan's rise help India's exports?

Subir GokarnChief EconomistCRISIL The pressure on China to allow its currency, the yuan, to float has been intensifying over the past few months. The US trade deficit with China is humongous and......

Marakkar Review

The film bears its weight largely on Mohanlal's shoulders who mostly looks tired and old as he delivers his flat, unmemorable, lines trying to look passionate, observes Divya Nair. IMAGE: Mohanlal......

The Great Indian Kitchen review

The Great Indian Kitchen is one of the most powerful films Divya Nair has watched in recent times.One that will unsettle you long after you've watched it.And that's why everyone -- married or......

10 Ways to Survive the Lockdown

Entertainment that's the equivalent of easily digestible food can only make this lockdown more frustrating for you. You know what can be equally frustrating? Watching movies with apocalyptic......

India is raising the bar in every game: Ranatunga

I will start with a little story. In my times, Aravinda de Silva was keen to open the innings in one-day cricket. His reasons were plain: open spaces in the field offer maximum returns on a shot.......

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Coming to India and making

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