The simple two-worded title of this book Xi’s China is hugely suggestive of the fact that it is the worst version of China in the world so far
Manthan means churning. This Hindi word can be applied to the Indian Armed Forces because they represent soldiers, sailors, and airmen from different parts of India
This book Charging India: Developing E-Mobility Ecosystem explores various facets of this transition to e-mobility, looking at a macro level of India’s quest for 100 percent electric mobility
Indra Nooyi is one of the world's foremost business visionaries, who broke the glass ceiling in global business as a woman of Indian origin and immigrant leading a top American multinational that operates in 200 countries
It was once home to some 130 textile mills employing 300,000 workers but then came the Great Bombay Textile Strike of 1982 over salary increases and wages that prolonged for 18 months and triggered the end of the once-thriving industry
When WHO first declared COVID-19 a global pandemic in March 2020, there was a great deal of apprehension about how India -- the country with the highest TB cases and diabetes, inadequate health infrastructure and a population of 1.3 billion -- would fare
Ever since I began taking a serious interest in history from the time I was in the eighth grade and had yet to turn a teenager, I wondered why the focus was only on two 'eras' - the Mughal and the British
Some weeks ago, while reviewing a book on Sino-Indian relations, a question was asked whether India was missing the wood for the trees in its response to the Chinese incursions in Ladakh that had begun last May
The concluding day of the 14th Jaipur Literature Festival witnessed Nobel Prize recipient, author, and Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai talking about a range of subjects including education, human rights, and her hopes for India-Pakistan relationship
An engaging travel diary, ‘Story of a Lone Lady Traveller in India’, by Shyamali Datta (Sen) fulfils the popular adage “Travel opens your heart, broadens your mind and fills your life with stories to tell.”
Benazir Bhutto and her father Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto were both firm believers that intricate issues such as Kashmir cannot be left in the hands of generals, says retired Pakistani Ambassador Shamsul Hassan in his book, "Life with the Bhuttos."
Did the CIA, in association with India's Intelligence Bureau, clandestinely plant nuclear devices on Nanda Devi, the second-highest mountain in India, in the 1950s to spy on China's nuclear programme and which are said to have led to a glacier break and triggered the devastating floods in Uttarakhand earlier this month?
The year began on a subdued note with the assassination of journalist and activist Karima Baloch, one of Balochistan's few, fiery and brilliant women freedom fighters