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Lockdown Locha: Salman, Akshay's Eid Releases On Hold As Filmmakers Take The OTT Route

Delhi, May 22 -- The week around Eid ul-Fitr is a carnival for multiplexes teeming with movie buffs united by their shared love for Salman Khan. Undeterred by an overnight hike in ticket prices, they ... Read More


OPINION | The 'Economic Stimulus' Cost Little To The Government And Will Deliver Even Less

Delhi, May 22 -- The lockdown imposed in March knocked down the economy, causing a GDP loss of over Rs 20 lakh crore and rendering over 100 million workers jobless. The finance minister delivered a hu... Read More


The Mysterious Bull! In This Great Lockdown, Why Some Stocks Shot Up By 60-70 Per Cent

Delhi, May 22 -- The global stock markets can be irrational, as well as rooted in facts. They can behave in mysterious ways, as well as in a manner that's logical and commonsensical. Sometimes, they m... Read More


Amphan The Terrible

Delhi, May 22 -- Blown -off roofs, collapsed buildings, uprooted trees and a submerged airport.cyclone Amphan has unleashed a tide of destruction in West Bengal, Odisha and Bangladesh. It made its lan... Read More


Post Article 370, Another Blow To Kashmiris As Centre Moves Service Matters Away From J-K High Court

Delhi, May 18 -- The Centre's move to shift all service matters from the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to the Chandigarh bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) drew little reaction from Kas... Read More


During COVID Times, Why Gold Will Revive Household Fortunes And Small Enterprises

Delhi, May 18 -- In the Hindu calendar, Akshay Tritiya is considered an auspicious day for people to buy gold. But this year the COVID-19 lockdown has dampened the demand for the precious metal. But g... Read More


OPINION | 'Moi Axomiya' - Why It's Wrong To Smear Assamese Poet Syed Abdul Malik's Work From 1941 With Communal Dirt

Delhi, May 18 -- The sharp clinical scalpel of an analyst is sometimes required to protect the compassionate nib of a poet, an author. Such an occasion has risen from a recent post on social media-tha... Read More


Things That Got Covided: Why Some Things Will Never Be The Same Again

Delhi, May 18 -- Maybe it was a hex gone wrong for what would have been Season 13 of the IPL. Maybe when an Andre Russell or a David Warner was smoking sixes around the park last year, a rival captain... Read More


Diary | In Love With Jhalmuri, If There's Rishi Kapoor, Can Food Be Far Behind?

Delhi, May 18 -- First Cut Grumpy. As far as first impressions go, there was only one way to describe the man-grumpy. This was sometime in 2006, at the launch of Madhu Jain's book The Kapoors. While ... Read More


Who Said Coronavirus Is a Damper? Brands Ride On Creativity To Go Bullish

Delhi, May 18 -- Lockdown or no, the show must go on. That's the principle India Inc has embraced during this nationwide shutdown to stem the spread of COVID-19. The bazaars are shuttered, as are most... Read More