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Tuitions in Vrindavan: When a Russian Indologist taught George Harrison Hindi

Ajay Kamalakaran

When she agreed to teach the legendary English singer Hindi in the 1970s, India scholar Natalya Sazanova had no idea who the Beatles were. Over four months of lessons, George Harrison preferred to keep his fame a secret

The Language of a Simulated Storm

The national language deserves better instead of the periodic barbs of its alleged imposition

Pankaj Advani: The Master Cueist

A true champion brings home the trophy again

The Energy Leap

India reached Germany’s solar capacity in half the time. Renewable energy goals are within sight

The Anatomy of Chandrayaan-2

Inside the technology that thrilled—and failed

Missing the Moon By a Whisker

But India’s space dream is bigger than Chandrayaan-2

We Sindhis make good lawyers, Ram Jethmalani once said

Renowned lawyer and friend Indira Jaising pays tributes to the late legal luminary

Missing history by a whisker, Indian scientists continue to dream big

A billion hearts sank as mission controllers lost communication with the craft when it was only 2.1 kilometers from the dusty surface

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