Our November issue is the final part in this three part series on China. Now set in the backdrop of the 19th Party Congress we are looking at China’s plan for the next thirty years. B.R.
Once at the helm of opposing China, the Manch finds itself using China as an example to keep the WTO at bay, will the government listen?
The smog that has engulfed large swathes of Northern India has effectively brought the Northern Indian Railways to a standstill
The tranche of documents uncovered recently has not only brought several stalwarts of Indian politics, cinema industry, and business tycoons under scanner but has also thrown up pertinent questions over the moral dilemmas of avoiding tax
More attention needs to be paid to the Syrian Grand Mufti’s charges that the Middle East is being destabilised by Western forces
With China taking greater interest in the internal politics of Nepal and funding several projects in the country, all eyes in the neighbourhood are on the Himalayan nation. However, as most of the projects awarded to Chinese firms lie in limbo and mired in cost-overrun, it is time that Kathmandu pauses to evaluate its engagement with the dragon
Frida Kahlo attracted the attention of photographers, but what caught her attention was the revolution that promised to change the world, which now gathers dust in a museum down the road
Unions are unequal in nature, Catalonia’s Independence leads to questions about how regions give more than they get
Perhaps the principles that led the architects of the October Revolution have reasserted themselves with fresh relevance today
While some Feminists might stonewall the moment where young women are calling out their harassers, the compilation of the 'sexual predators' list is an important process in breaking the same fear as calling out Lord Voldemorts name did in Hogwarts