Sorry, people, but it was for poetry and not lyrics that Tagore won the Nobel
The citation was very clear about its choice. But Tagore was so much more than a poet too.
Far from being anti-national, it is a patriotic duty to question the military
Not to question the Indian army and to treat it like a holy cow is to go down the road taken by Pakistan and China.
Art of Advertising
Pan Bahar's Pierce Brosnan ad created lots of buzz – but was it really effective?
Was the campaign really targetted at pan masala users, asks a veteran advertising professional.
MEET THE WRITER
‘This book is a companion for those who have chosen to be single instead of unhappily partnered’
A writer reveals how she draws on her experiences, her travels, her friendships, her relationship with the natural world.
On the money
Will 2016-'17 be a record year for Indian selling stakes in public sector units?
The government has not so far managed to realise big money from disinvestment. But this year may be different.
From classical to fusion, a swathe of interpretations of 'Paayaliyaa Jhankaar'
The composition is in the evening raag Puriya Dhanashree.
Tainted former Medical Council of India chief installed as chief of the World Medical Association
The CBI had arrested Desai and three others in 2010 for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 2 crore to grant recognition to a medical college in Punjab.
Algorithms might be everywhere, but like us, they’re flawed and biased
Think it's a mere coincidence the first two letters of "algorithm" hint at Artificial Intelligence?