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  • Opinion: Decoding Brad Pitt's Encounter With Shah Rukh Khan
    Raja Sen
    The difference between the two kinds of moviemaking is rarely expressed in such sharp relief as the chat Brad Pitt and Shah Rukh Khan had in a Mumbai hotel on Wednesday. Organised by Netflix ahead of the worldwide release of War Machine - produced by Pitt's production company, Plan B productions - the event was kept impressively under wraps
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Modi Government At 3 Years Out-Scores Vajpayee's
    Chandan Mitra
    This article is not aimed at narrating the achievements of three years of Narendra Modi's government. This is an attempt to underline the transformational quality of his governance.
    Opinion
  • Blog: Let's Be Honest - Deepika, Ash Got It All Wrong At Cannes
    Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava
    There must be something in the air at Cannes. How else do you explain why one of the most gorgeous faces around makes a mandatory faux pas appearance or three every year at the French Riviera?
    Blog
  • Opinion: The End For Indian Outsourcers - Or A Chance For Rebirth?
    The Indian information technology industry generates $150 billion in revenue but is facing an existential crisis largely of its own making because it became complacent and overconfident even as technologies and markets changed.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Why The <i>Baahubali</i> Films Have Enthralled India
    Mukul Kesavan
    The Baahubali story sets out a code made up of cod-feudal virtues and makes its characters live by it. Central to this code is the inviolability of sworn oaths, the sacred udder bond between mothers and sons, the unswerving fealty of slaves, and above all, the ideal of the absolute yet benevolent king.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: On Nuclear Front, Modi Government Redeems Itself A Little
    Yashwant Sinha
    The government of India has finally decided to go ahead and set up ten nuclear reactors to produce 7,000 MWe of electricity at the rate of 700 MWe each. All these reactors will be pressurized heavy water reactors and will be indigenously produced. We are celebrating because never before has the construction of so many reactors been cleared in one g...
    Opinion
  • Opinion: How India Can Save Kulbhushan Jadhav
    Mani Shankar Aiyar
    The moot question is: have we saved Kulbhushan Jadhav's life? And the sad fact is that we have not. What we have won him is a three-month reprieve till August.
    Opinion
  • Opinion: Modi's Approach To China Has Done Us Proud
    Mihir Swarup Sharma
    This is, frankly, the first time that I have felt that the Modi government has taken a stand that the preceding government would have balked at doing.
    Opinion
  • Blog: I Was Part Of Indian IT's Dream Run. It Changed.
    Pranjal Padmapati
    The decline of the fabled IT sector has been on the anvil for some time now and US policies, driven by xenophobia, have only accelerated the inevitable.
    Blog
  • Opinion: IT Lay-Offs Reveal The Dangers That Lie Beneath
    Maitreesh Ghatak
    According to news reports, the top seven IT companies, which together employ 1.24 million people, will cut their workforce by 4.5% in 2017. In the last few weeks itself, thousands of IT workers have been laid off.
    Opinion

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