China is Usurping Tibetan Buddhism

Sanjay Kapoor

The Chinese are working relentlessly to undermine the authority of the Dalai Lama. Their intransigent campaign could mean that Beijing appoints his spiritual successor
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Macron wins French presidency by emphatic margin

The centrist's emphatic victory, which also smashed the dominance of France’s mainstream parties, will bring huge relief to European allies who had feared another populist upheaval to follow Britain's vote to quit the EU and Donald Trump's election as US president

The Yogi Factor

Abeer Kapoor

Could the Mahant of the Gorakhnath temple be the catalyst in bringing India and Nepal closer?
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

As US and China find common ground on NKorea, is Russia the wild card?

By James Pearson and Alexei Chernyshev



A Confederacy of Deniers

Nikhil Thiyyar

The Trump administration's recalcitrant climate change denial will end up hurting the planet in the long run
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi

Bovine Business

Sanjay Kapoor

As the cow smuggling nexus across the Indo-Bangladesh border breaks down, cow rearing has become a raging business in areas around Dhaka
Sanjay Kapoor Dhaka

Skynet is not coming. Yet.

Nikhil Thiyyar

As Facebook announces a feature that brings complex artificial intelligence software to our smartphones, it's important to recognise that there are deep pitfalls that come attached with the advent of AI
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

Bad times

Sanjay Kapoor

It really cannot get more bizarre.


Racism: Walking the fault line

Shalini Sharma

The recent attack on four Nigerians in Greater Noida has once again exposed the racism that pervades our society, from top to bottom. But it has uncovered another problem that’s bigger in magnitude: our refusal to accept our intolerance 
Shalini Sharma Noida

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