Issue 14

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Will Iranian oil shutdown hurt India?
India

Will Iranian oil shutdown hurt India?

Iran is among its leading oil suppliers, but India seems unconcerned by American threats

Centre losing Naga plot
India

Centre losing Naga plot

Divergent interpretations of the as-yet secret pact have created a conflicting situation

Antibiotic resistance fatal for the future
India

Antibiotic resistance fatal for the future

Abused, overused, the antibiotic can no longer kill bacteria. We could be in big trouble

Caste, class and certificates
India

Caste, class and certificates

Politicians embellishing their qualifications reflects the changing nature of caste and its relationship with class. Historically, a graduate was simply assumed to be an upper caste.

Sop-onomics beats economics
India

Sop-onomics beats economics

The campaign for the 2019 Lok Sabha election has been dominated by competing welfarism

Should Army be kept out of politics?
India

Should Army be kept out of politics?

For the survival of democracy, it is vital to keep our military apolitical. Exploiting it for fleeting political advantage carries the real risk of creating a Praetorian monster in our midst

BJP lets RSS take charge in Chhattisgarh
India

BJP lets RSS take charge in Chhattisgarh

From choosing candidates to running BJP’s voter-contact events, the Sangh has taken over

Gin wows millennials with herbs and spices
India

Gin wows millennials with herbs and spices

From keeper of the empire to the tickler of taste buds, gin has kept its date with history

Triangular contest for YSR’s political legacy
India

Triangular contest for YSR’s political legacy

Chandrababu Naidu, Jagan Mohan Reddy and the Congress are wooing voters with YSR themes

Amethi's new slogan: ‘Chowkidar sore hai’
India

Amethi's new slogan: ‘Chowkidar sore hai’

17 watchmen lost their jobs in 2016, when Amethi’s Tikarmafi IIIT was moved to Allahabad. They have approached the court seeking reinstatement as chowkidars on the BBAU campus

Art for a nation’s cause
India

Art for a nation’s cause

Bose was perhaps the natural — and ideal — choice for projects of national importance

Mamata has a real fight on her hands
Politics

Mamata has a real fight on her hands

The BJP, which has been weaning away top Trinamool leaders, has emerged a strong number two in Bengal. The election result could be a surprise

Breaking the cycle of corporate monotony
India

Breaking the cycle of corporate monotony

Two decades of corporate life pushed Dhruv Bogra to the brink — of the Arctic, from where he began a 15,000-km bicycle ride through North and South America.

Road to Colombo's Carnage
India

Road to Colombo's Carnage

Islam, Christianity and Colonialism collided with greed in the Indian Ocean, creating an ideological storm that is far from spent. Islam arrived on the island around 9CE, and local monarchs encouraged the traders to marry into the community. But the arrival of European powers in 1505 gave rise to the anti-Muslim hostility

Sunny Deol back to old-school action
India

Sunny Deol back to old-school action

The veteran returns to vintage action mode in his upcoming thriller Blank

Tripoli battle prolongs Libya conflict
India

Tripoli battle prolongs Libya conflict

Libya is seeing a standoff between Islamists and Saudi-backed Madkhalists

Game Of Thrones is about its queens
India

Game Of Thrones is about its queens

Game Of Thrones is back with its eighth and final season. More than the men on the show, it’s the Westerosi women who have made GoT an arresting affair

Plain old water is the best sports drink
India

Plain old water is the best sports drink

Hydration is not just about gulping down water during play. Its intake before, during and post training plays a crucial part. The human body can process about a litre an hour