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  • B Baskar

    The Tendulkar revelations

    Now, I must start with a disclaimer. Having plodded on in the comforting anonymity of the editor... »
  • MVK never used the computer or e-mail; an assistant would help him with e-mails sent to him.

    Vinay Kamath

    A tribute to a journalist

    In the late ’70s, I was moving into senior school and though it was early days, my imagination w... »
  • Milne is one of the authors who traverses a child’s world without overlooking the real-world dynamics of life.

    Tirna Ray

    Our ‘beary’ favourite Pooh!

    Hundred years ago, in 1914, Lieutenant Harry Colebourn bought a bear cub for $20 in Ontario, Can... »
  • Today, we share everything. But then, what is so bad about sharing? Isn’t it something that we all always wanted to do?

    Tirna Ray

    Time to share

    People across generations and countries always wanted to and still want to share. Today, if technology is making it possible, let us celebrate and not sulk »
  • Fairness products are a symptom; India’s obsession with “fairness” is the problem.

    Pradipti Jayaram

    Not fair, but still lovely

    “You’re so pretty, it’s just unfortunate that you’re dark.” “Your parents are light, w... »
A long-time 'deskie' dabbles in plenty of things without really focussing on anything 'seriously'. Loves economics, football, cricket, films, reading and believe it or not long-distance running!
Latest Post
November 5, 2014

The Tendulkar revelations

Now, I must start with a disclaimer. Having plodded on in the comforting anonymity of the editorial desk for over two decades, I’m not p... »
Believes life is one long learning...
Latest Post
October 10, 2014

A tribute to a journalist

In the late ’70s, I was moving into senior school and though it was early days, my imagination was fired up with thoughts of becoming a... »
Mahima A Jain likes art and design, culture, history, religious studies, cinema and popular culture. She occasionaly paints, seldom dances and never sings. She wants to explore all her interests through journalism.
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October 15, 2014

Nobel Peace prize: A victory for children

While awarding Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014,  the committee chairman Thorbjoern Jagland sa... »
Niharika is a banjara, a foodie who dreams of baking, a rationalist who ends up dreaming, a book-gobbler, mind-reader and a light-sleeper. All this until an idea, a thought or even just a flicker of it completely takes over. She then enters a delirious space, satisfied only when she has torn it to shreds, analysed and assimilated every little bit.Also, she firmly believes dog ears on books should be a punishable offence.
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September 26, 2014

Bidding the baap, a Goodbye

All that is presently right with the world can be traced back to one invention: Orkut. The fable goes, dangerously close to a Bollywood... »

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