Nikita Doval

A Winning Attitude

The new generation of athletes who could make India a sporting power

03 June 2022
‘Our vision is to be among the top 10 on the medals table in Los Angeles in 2028,‘ says Anurag Thakur

Union Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Anurag Thakur is on a mission to reduce hurdles in sport. A fitness enthusiast and keen cricketer, he tells Nikita Doval what India’s training programmes are doing and what its medal prospects are

03 June 2022
A Return to 1857

The remains of a massacred battalion of mutinying Indian soldiers raise new questions about how the uprising is remembered

13 May 2022
What’s in Store?

An efficient cold chain linkage system is key to fluctuating fruit and vegetable prices in India

11 May 2022
Home Truths

On the eve of the second anniversary of the lockdown, a report on what has changed for the migrant worker and what hasn’t

21 March 2022
A Shot in the Arm

Vaccine hesitancy in Rajasthan’s tribal communities threatened to derail even routine immunisation until innovative methods were devised

16 March 2022
The Students’ Dilemma

The Ukraine crisis tosses up another chapter in India’s evacuation manual

03 March 2022
The Death Trap

Why is the number of suicides among young Indian women rising?

04 February 2022
Cover Stories
The Digital Degree

How B-schools have adapted to Covid

21 January 2022
Stealing the Shine

As India produces more lab-grown diamonds, the real stone faces competition

26 November 2021


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