CATEGORIES

Big brotherhood

It is not just Big Tech which is coveting your data; there are larger powers at play

6 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

THE WONDER THAT IS KAMALA

The first Indian American and African American to be elected vice president of the United States, Kamala Harris is a true representative of American multiculturalism, which will define the country’s politics in the coming years. Her unique life story and flexible policy priorities make her the ideal choice to work with President Joe Biden to heal and unite a deeply divided United States

10+ mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

Rainbow coalition

Joe Biden’s proposed cabinet looks truly representative of a multicultural America

6 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

TRIBUTE - Master of drapes

A few designers decode Satya Paul’s legacy and influence in fashion

4 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

The BJP wants to cage me again

AFTER HER release from detention last October, Mehbooba Mufti, former chief minister and Peoples Democratic Party president, has been relentless in her attack on the BJP. She has also been active as vice president of the People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration. Excerpts from an exclusive interview with THE WEEK:

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THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

Kamala Vilas and more

Your guide to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’s new home, wheels, wings, offices and family

10 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

Hard long path to light

An apolitical look at which way the new presidency will move in its early years

9 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

Dose too far

It will take some time before non-priority groups get the vaccine

4 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

Americans first

Although Biden attaches great importance to India-US ties, he will now be looking to make his foreign policy work for American people

5 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

Life Insurers Can Provide A Viable Pension Option

T.C. Suseel Kumar, managing director, Life Insurance Corporation of India

4 mins read
THE WEEK
January 24, 2021

LONGEVITY AND POISONING

Acharya Raghu, author and martial arts teacher

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THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

India's answer to the mounting landfill problem: Bio-mining and Bio-remediation

The smelly garbage mountains in our cities—with hawks hovering over them and stray dogs, cows and rats wandering at will—are the greatest reminders of our irresponsible attitude.

9 mins read
THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

I fear I could become another Nambi Narayanan

Tapan Misra, senior adviser, Indian Space Research Organisation

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THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

SHAOLIN KUNG FU IS DIFFERENT FROM KALARIPAYAT

I FIRST TRAVELLED to Kerala in 1976-77 when I began training first in kathakali and then in kalaripayat.

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THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

I HAD A BLISSFUL LIFE TRANSFORMATION AT THE SHAOLIN TEMPLE

I HAD A very interesting, blessed and blissful life transformation at the Shaolin temple.

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THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

GENDER MENDER

Going by expected releases, 2021 could be the year the Bollywood landscape tilts firmly in favour of women-centric films and series

7 mins read
THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

Forced exit

A militant group’s claim of killing a non-Kashmiri businessman for obtaining a domicile certificate has posed a new challenge for government and security forces

4 mins read
THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

Building a bull market

Karnataka’s ban on cattle slaughter has given new impetus to the mission to build sustainable cattle-intensive businesses

10 mins read
THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

The Mother Of All Myths

Kalaripayat, India’s most evolved martial art, has a rich and colourful history.

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THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

Where India Meets China

THE WEEK reports from the Shaolin temple in China, where an Indian king is revered by millions. The legendary Bodhidharma gave up his throne to become a monk and propagate Zen Buddhism that he founded. He gave physical training to the monks of Shaolin, from which kung fu and other martial arts evolved

10 mins read
THE WEEK
January 17, 2021

Unsuitable model

Experts doubt whether India needs to follow the fully-open western models for reviving its agriculture sector

4 mins read
THE WEEK
January 10, 2021

Red bricks and brickbats

IIMA’s decision to rebuild its iconic red-brick dormitories has been met with criticism from architects and some alumni

4 mins read
THE WEEK
January 10, 2021

The dying lake

Bhopal’s Upper Lake could vanish, thanks to poor management and a detrimental city development plan

7 mins read
THE WEEK
January 10, 2021

DREAD AND DEFIANCE

Punjab’s long history of resistance has been driving the agitation against the farm reforms. Whatever its outcome, it is likely to drastically change the state. An in-depth report from the furrows and granaries of the state

10+ mins read
THE WEEK
January 10, 2021

Strain spotting

The UK variant of Covid-19 may not be a serious threat, but the mutations necessitate enhanced genomic surveillance

4 mins read
THE WEEK
January 10, 2021

Murder for medals?

In a first instance since Jammu and Kashmir became a Union territory, an Army officer has been charged with a fake encounter in the valley

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THE WEEK
January 10, 2021

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