Elections: Beware the Ides of March

If early polling is anything to go by, then the assembly elections across five states could mean an all or nothing scenario for the BJP
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi



India’s silence on Rohingya crisis

Addressing the problems facing Myanmar’s stateless Rohingya community is an imperative for the success of India’s ‘Look East’ policy
Sucharita Sengupta Kolkata



Mars first, TRAPPIST-1 second

The discovery of a habitable planet system 40 light years away is an exciting discovery but we need to figure out how to get to Mars first
Hardnews Bureau Delhi



What’s Left of the Left?

As socialism becomes a concept which is long dead and dusted from the stage of world politics, Marxists seek to reinvent and rebrand
Marc Saxer Delhi

About Delhi’s rich and famous set

A compelling novel that speaks up about the crassness that has tainted some of the capital’s best schools, and circles beyond 
Rupa Gulab Delhi

Life, through the human eyes of a Djinn

In ‘Kabuko the Djinn’, novelist Hamraz Ahsan convinces us that the elements of magical realism continue to find a home in Pakistan
Sebati Iyengar Mumbai