Articles by Karan Pradhan
Jun 18, 2018
Fossil Q Explorist review: Succeeds where plenty of its peers have failedAfter some disappointing outings, Fossil has finally turned out a smartwatch that is almost a must-buy
Jun 11, 2018
Donald Trump to meet Kim Jong-un in Singapore: What will a successful US-North Korea Summit look like?If April's Inter-Korea Summit was the crack in the dam holding the world back from Pyongyang, Tuesday's Trump-Kim meeting could potentially represent the total collapse of the dam that brings the world surging towards North Korea
May 13, 2018
The Unwritten Diary of Arsene Wenger: 22 years as Arsenal manager come to a close with win over HuddersfieldArsenal manager Arsene Wenger managed the club for the last time after being in the job for 22 years. Here's a look at what he may have written if he wrote a diary entry on the occasion
Apr 30, 2018
Inter-Korea Summit: Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in's meet a positive step, but peace on peninsula still far off; here's whyThat there was a North-South Korea summit is the source of a little surprise given the acrimony of the past year; rather, it was the unexpected warmth exuded by both sides that left most observers and commentators bewildered, albeit in a good way
Apr 20, 2018
Arsene Wenger steps down as Arsenal manager: A look back at when he signed a new contract in 2017It's official. Arsène Wenger will stay on for another two years as manager of Arsenal Football Club
Apr 19, 2018
India taking a leadership role in the Commonwealth can revitalise grouping, make the UK relevant againUltimately, the Commonwealth is undoubtedly a colonial hangover, but then so are neckties. And there's no reason to throw either out just yet.
Apr 16, 2018
Narendra Modi in Sweden: As PM gears up for fifth year of tenure, Phase V of his foreign policy begins in StockholmA cursory look at bilateral relations between India and Sweden reflects total trade of only around $1.9 billion in 2016-17
Apr 06, 2018
Emboldened KP Oli arrives in India: Chinese thaw, nationalism mean Narendra Modi must recall this isn't 2014 or 2016The complexion of South Asia has changed since Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony nearly four years ago, when he tore the rulebook apart and invited the leaders of all SAARC nations to the event.
Mar 21, 2018
Why Sushma Swaraj's statements about 39 Indians found dead in Mosul left a bad taste in the mouthThere were a couple of questions that emerged after Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj delivered her statement about the deaths of 39 Indians who had gone missing in Iraq in 2014
Mar 09, 2018
A Century is Not Enough book review: Sourav Ganguly's autobiography is patchy and feels very rushedThis rushed hodgepodge of an autobiography doesn't do justice to a man who transformed a team dubbed "Sachin and Ten Dull Curs" by an Amul advertisement many years ago, turning it into one of the country's greatest ever sides.