• Oct

    Why did that interviewer talk so abruptly to me? How come I got such a poor performance review while the other guy— who actually sucked at the job, got a

  • Price Waterhouse was traditionally strong in united Bengal largely because the India headquarters of the firm was in Kolkata. After partition when East Pakistan was formed

  • A couple of years back, my husband and I were on a vacation in Maldives, for our 16th wedding anniversary, sans the kids. We stayed in a super-luxurious water

  • Metempsychosis is the law of nature; when there is darkness, fierce competition and dismal decay the cycle will give way to renewal, rejuvenation and reincarnation. Cities and even brands

  • The recent milestones of 200 and 100 Test wickets by Ravichandran Ashwin and Yasir Shah truly reflects the importance and the rise of spinners in all forms of cricket.

  • Five years after they were left bereft Harry Potter fans have a reason to rejoice. No ‘The Boy Who Lived’ isn’t coming back–as yet–but the first Potter

  • I can claim t­­­o have some connections with Khushwant Singh. As a young man just arrived from London I had written an article he noticed

  • Oct

    The whole of October I am participating in something called ‘Inktober’. Every October artists all over the world create one drawing in pen and ink

  • Kannur burns again. In the decades-old violence that has ravaged northern Kerala there seems to be no end in sight

  • The jubilant Indian cricket team after demolishing New Zealand are now firmly established as the number one Test playing side in the world. The trophy was a mace that