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Economics Nobel for Kolkata boy who is an alumnus of JNU, Presidency College

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Abhijit Banerjee won the prize along with wife Esther Duflo and US economist Michael Kremer

A Coat of Many Colours

The contribution of Hindus to the arts and crafts of Sindh before Partition

A Unique Work Ethic

The Indian American community behind ‘Howdy, Modi!’ showcased what unites America and India is greater than what divides it

47 Meters down: Uncaged Movie Review

It is a very average horror flick, and the scares are limited

When a City Sinks

Chronicling Chennai’s flood and the many failures of multiple stakeholders to mitigate and respond to the disaster

In Russia’s Far East Lies India’s New El Dorado

As Narendra Modi visits the Russian city of Vladivostok for the Eastern Economic Forum on September 4-6, Ajay Kamalakaran looks at the growing opportunities for India in one of the world’s most strategically important but sparsely populated areas

Kashmir’s Year of Trial

Building faith in the democratic intentions of the Union Government will be a long haul

East India Company: The Evil Empire

The White-Brown nexus comes alive in William Dalrymple’s compelling portrait of the East India Company

When Chai Met Toast: Hope Floats

A Kochi-based indie band sings of rains and floods

Kerala’s Fishing Community: In Deep Waters

Kerala’s fishing community, the first to volunteer for rescue and relief operations during floods, is plagued by social and economic marginalisation

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