Blog | 'Inappropriate': When Ola Chatbot Disagreed With CEO Bhavish's Comments

Blog | 'Inappropriate': When Ola Chatbot Disagreed With CEO Bhavish's Comments

Aaqib Raza Khan | Monday May 13, 2024

This writer interacted with Krutrim AI, Ola's generative chatbot, and ironically found an unexpected ally on gender identity issues.

Blog | 'Connected, But Maintaining Distance': Indian Students Amid US Protests

Blog | 'Connected, But Maintaining Distance': Indian Students Amid US Protests

Savita Patel | Monday May 13, 2024

Thousands of Indian students are today witnessing the largest US student movement in decades, but they stand mostly on the sidelines.

Opinion | In Arvind Kejriwal's Release, A Catalogue Of Contradictions

Opinion | In Arvind Kejriwal's Release, A Catalogue Of Contradictions

Shubhabrata Bhattacharya | Monday May 13, 2024

The Supreme Court's decision to release Arvind Kejriwal on a 21-day interim bail to enable him to participate in the election campaign has raised eyebrows. For one, his plea did not seek bail, it had challenged the legality of his arrest.

Opinion | Lok Sabha Polls: Phase 4 Is A Test For NDA-Friendly Regional Satraps

Opinion | Lok Sabha Polls: Phase 4 Is A Test For NDA-Friendly Regional Satraps

Amitabh Tiwari | Sunday May 12, 2024

Additionally, the phase marks the conclusion of polling in the southern region of India, with Telangana and Andhra Pradesh casting their votes tomorrow.

Opinion | Kejriwal Out On Bail: How Effective Will His Intense Campaigning Be?

Opinion | Kejriwal Out On Bail: How Effective Will His Intense Campaigning Be?

Ashutosh | Sunday May 12, 2024

Arvind Kejriwal's arrest generated a certain amount of sympathy for him and AAP, which is benefiting the INDIA bloc candidates in Delhi.

Opinion | What's Behind Saudi Arabia's Silence On Gaza? An Image Makeover

Opinion | What's Behind Saudi Arabia's Silence On Gaza? An Image Makeover

Kabir Taneja | Friday May 10, 2024

Despite Saudi Arabia's growing clarity on the war in Gaza and Israeli actions, the past seven months have been something of a balancing act for the Kingdom.

Opinion | Lok Sabha Polls: Can Telangana Boost BJP's Tally In South?

Opinion | Lok Sabha Polls: Can Telangana Boost BJP's Tally In South?

K.V. Prasad | Friday May 10, 2024

After a setback in the December 2023 assembly polls, the BJP has re-emerged as the principal challenger to the Congress, which secured the mandate to govern the state under the leadership of Revanth Reddy.

Opinion | Plot Twists: Why US And China Are Trying To Fix Their Relationship

Opinion | Plot Twists: Why US And China Are Trying To Fix Their Relationship

Kanwal Sibal | Friday May 10, 2024

The idea of "decoupling" the US economy from China's has now been abandoned. The talk now is of "de-risking", which means reducing dependency in select critical areas.

Opinion | Xi Jinping In Europe: Seeking To Win Friends And Influence People

Opinion | Xi Jinping In Europe: Seeking To Win Friends And Influence People

Harsh V. Pant | Thursday May 09, 2024

This week's visit of Xi is choreographed to send a clear message to the West that China is today positioned not only to engage with traditional powers like France but has newer partners like Serbia and Hungary.

Opinion | Lok Sabha Polls: Low Turnout Continues - How States Have Performed

Opinion | Lok Sabha Polls: Low Turnout Continues - How States Have Performed

Amitabh Tiwari | Thursday May 09, 2024

Among the 10 states and two Union Territories that went to polls, only three - Chhattisgarh, Goa, and Karnataka - recorded an increase in turnout compared to 2019.

Opinion | Rohith Vemula And His 'Dalit' Identity: Reality vs Fiction

Opinion | Rohith Vemula And His 'Dalit' Identity: Reality vs Fiction

Sumit Baudh | Thursday May 09, 2024

The law and policy for Scheduled Caste certification must accept matrilineal bloodline

Opinion | 'Was It The Right Choice?': The American Dream, Now A Nightmare For Many

Opinion | 'Was It The Right Choice?': The American Dream, Now A Nightmare For Many

Soundarya Balasubramani | Wednesday May 08, 2024

The H-1B needs little introduction: it's the lightning rod for political football in the U.S., caught in a gridlock for more than two decades now.

Opinion | Met Gala: Fashion, Faiz, And The Fragility of Bodies

Opinion | Met Gala: Fashion, Faiz, And The Fragility of Bodies

Nishtha Gautam | Wednesday May 08, 2024

Each year, many of us find questions to ask about the relevance of the Met Gala, fashion's biggest evening out. The dissing voices are louder this year given the spate of arrests across university campuses not very far from the event venue.

Opinion | Haryana: BJP Tries To Retain Lead, While Congress Tackles Infighting

Opinion | Haryana: BJP Tries To Retain Lead, While Congress Tackles Infighting

Anand Kochukudy | Wednesday May 08, 2024

The Congress believes it has a good chance to net a few seats in Haryana, while the BJP reckons that the leads it secured in 2014 and 2019 would be difficult to bridge.

Opinion | As Mercury Rises, Centre Kicks Off 'Cool Summers of India' Campaign

Opinion | As Mercury Rises, Centre Kicks Off 'Cool Summers of India' Campaign

Bharti Mishra Nath | Tuesday May 07, 2024

The Ministry of Tourism on May 6 launched a social media campaign titled 'Cool Summers of India' at the ongoing Arabian Travel Mart

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