Raihan Rajiv Vadra: Playing With Perception

Antara Raghavan

His debut photo exhibition is a work in light and darkness. He tells Antara Raghavan how a passion has become a habit

Once Upon a Time at the Oval

The twin series triumphs in England and the West Indies in 1971 were the ‘Renaissance of Indian Cricket’

The Lost Children

With schools remaining closed, tracking the progress of students has become a challenge in itself

Bernard Madoff (1938-2021): The Big Con

He ran the world’s largest ponzi scheme for decades through a combination of trust and exclusivity

Coping with the Worst Wave

The government behaves exactly as people do—it acts by convenience

Can This New Aphrodisiac Beat Covid Blues?

A ‘miracle’ oil launched by a Chandigarh-based ayurvedic doctor is all the rage

For Queen and Adopted Country

He may have been almost a century old but he was more progressive than any centennial

Mask Up, Please

A retreat from last year’s caution and the rise of mutant strains are pushing Covid’s second wave

Darjeeling’s Dilemma

Who will speak for the hills?

The Voter Whisperers

Five BJP leaders and their groundwork in states where the party has never been in power


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