in a soup
With Maggi in hot water, Nestle India could be in instant trouble
Now that Maggi is in a soup, rivals will surely be lining up to take a bite out of Nestle’s market.
spy vs spy
Why NATO and Russia are playing a Cold War game of hotlines and spooks
As the West and Russia go about rooting out each other's spies, they also lose the ability to keep tabs on each other. Time to get back in touch.
Renewable energy could generate a million jobs in India by 2022
As India considers a new energy future, a new report provides some encouraging news.
Exposing US hypocrisy on South China Sea island reclamation
The US is considering using warships and helicopters to pressure China into scaling back construction in the Spratly islands. But why is there one rule for China, and another for other nations?
Why Indian parents need to stop obsessing about the 10th and 12th standard results
These are not definitive signs of intellectual achievement ‒ or failure.
'This is not our city': Latest attacks bring the battle into Kabul's stately courtyards
So much has changed since I first came to Kabul in the spring of 2006, living in a small guesthouse close to the target of last week's horrific attack that killed 14.
Video of the day
Watch: Air Force plane lands in the heart of Calcutta during World War II
History repeated itself on Thursday as a jet landed on the Yamuna Expressway as part of an emergency training exercise.
As Kerala comes to grips with prohibition, a battle bubbles over wine used in church services
An application by one unit of the Catholic church to increase the production of wine used in religious ceremonies sparks a political and theological debate.