Tushar Menon

Art & Culture
Cash for Notes

iTunes is selling music in India at very affordable prices. But can the Indian listener be persuaded to pay?

21 August 2013
Games and the City

How all that publicity ends up exposing the underbelly of superevent host cities

25 July 2012
Anything but ‘The God Particle’

In science, an idiot’s guide is just that

16 July 2012
Got Change?

The logic of currency denominations. And the possible irrelevance of it all

10 October 2011
Art & Culture
The Company They Keep

Bollywood’s three ‘A’ Bachchans have a Bacon number of 2, so does Shah Rukh, but Aamir scores 3. Tsk tsk!

21 April 2011
Cricket Interruptus

One of the most contentious questions of the game is what a new target should be for a rain-shortened match. Is there a fair way to arrive at this figure?

23 March 2011


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