art and politics
What President Trump means for China – and for India’s security
Trump’s cabinet has a preponderance of China hardliners, which has wider implications for the Asia Pacific region.
Watch: Andre Agassi literally relied on Boris Becker's slip of tongue to read his serve
The American revealed he spent endless hours watching tapes of the German’s game.
Letters to the editor
Readers' comments: Discard activities like jallikattu that hurt animals for the pleasure of humans
A selection of readers' opinions.
Art of Advertising
From TV to wrestling events, Patanjali is making its presence felt everywhere
With a growing media budget, Baba Ramdev's Ayurvedic company is investing big on ads and sponsorship.
A scattergun transfer approach explains Pep Guardiola’s struggles at Manchester City
How can you justify the riches doled out for the likes of Claudio Bravo and John Stones?
Through the Looking-Glass
The Readers' Editor writes: What Scroll got right – and what it got wrong
In an enthusiasm to expose biases and slants, writers need to be careful and avoid going to the other extreme.
The jallikattu Ordinance is a face-saving political ploy – the ban has sound constitutional backing
Amending the Prevention of Cruelty Act may not help permanently lift the ban on the bull-taming event.
Across the border
Revisiting the miraculous deeds and words of Guru Nanak in Pakistan's Nankana Sahib
Though the saint famously rejected superstition, one could not deny his magical quality, writes Haroon Khalid.