Articles by Karan Pradhan
Feb 22, 2018
Black Panther roars, but this 'Baahubali with Black People' isn't the race revolution you're looking forWhy Black Panther sometimes feels like a Baahubali set in Africa.
Feb 09, 2018
Cybersecurity can't be seen in isolation, it has to be a concerted international effort, says ex-DHS cybersec chief Sean McGurkFrom digital identity, digital banking and data usage, India is ideally positioned to provide worldwide leadership in the digital era
Feb 07, 2018
Maldives crisis: India must pay heed to history that shows foreign interventions largely end in tearsIn the face of calls, both internal and external, to intervene in the affairs of the Maldives, India would do well to draw some learnings from the American experience in this regard
Jan 31, 2018
Olivier Giroud joins Chelsea: After five years in North London, striker's patience, not loyalty, grew thinIt's probably been a little difficult for Giroud to fathom or even accept why he has dropped so far down the pecking order.
Jan 29, 2018
Politicians airing dirty laundry overseas: Absence of code of conduct and year-long elections to blameThe degree of vitriol that is spewed at each other by members of the government and Opposition overseas can be linked to another phenomenon: Elections.
Jan 22, 2018
Fire and Fury review: A year into Donald Trump's term, Michael Wolff's tell-all book is as flaky as its subjectMichael Wolff's Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House hit the stands earlier this month, but to be fair, a large chunk of the most salacious information contained within was already doing the rounds
Jan 17, 2018
Benjamin Netanyahu at Raisina Dialogue 2018: Israeli PM sounds 2019 bugle for Narendra Modi, goes turbo-realistThe third edition of the Raisina Dialogue kicked off on Tuesday with a triple-whammy featuring Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj. The theme of this year’s iteration is “Managing Disruptive Transitions: Ideas, Institutions and Idioms” and it began on something of a disruptive note.
Jan 04, 2018
Second coming of Jack Wilshere? Too soon to say, but Arsenal No 10 holds key to club's immediate futureJack Wilshere's goal for Arsenal that broke the deadlock against Chelsea was only the most visible aspect of his game.
Dec 28, 2017
Sushma Swaraj delivers punchy statement on Jadhav, but it's naive to think Pakistan will rein in dark impulsesSushma Swaraj's statement achieved the rare distinction of bringing every single member of the Upper House together in agreement. But, it's likely to achieve very little else.
Dec 19, 2017
Donald Trump's National Security Strategy indicates shift in US view of India and Pakistan over two yearsThere's been a major shift in the way the US perceives of India — Washington sees New Delhi as a far more useful player in its game than ever before