Western media tries to understand and fails miserably.
An interview with India’s Minister of External Affairs bizarrely takes the form of a show trial.
State control of the electricity sector has caused waste of taxpayer money, theft of power and low per capita power consumption for decades. Over the years, India has brought in incremental reforms. Now, the country needs to go further but interest groups are likely to stall any progress till the 2024 elections, which will decide the future of power sector reforms in India.
In this edition of The Interview, an eminent Tibetan activist and writer discusses exile, a protracted freedom struggle, China, Chinese brutal homogenization policies, cultural and philosophical differences between Tibet and China, and China’s tortured relationship with the West.
A flustered senior citizen channels Hemingway to write of her epic battle against the ubiquitous and often exclusive use of QR codes.
A tiny European country may provide the key to elevating the education of the world’s biggest student population.
Radical Islamists in Afghanistan and Pakistan inspired by the Taliban are an existential threat to India, which must act with immediacy to contain this threat.
The war is causing havoc to the Indian economy but historic ties, military dependence, option of cut-price oil, distrust between Democrats and the BJP, and the China Factor are reasons for India to retain ties with Russia and resist US pressure.