Four decades after Haile Selassie’s death, Ethiopia is an African success story
Authoritarian and landlocked it may be, but Addis Ababa will mark its last emperor's death as a model of development.
From 'hounds' to 'pompous asses': How Indian PR folks describe Indian journalists
Most journalists in India view public relations practitioners with scorn and suspicion. How are they viewed by the other side?
Minor girls and women chief targets in India's surging human-trafficking trade
Data released by the NCRB shows a frightening surge in the trafficking of minor girls in the last year.
Patel stir in Gujarat could hurt BJP's chances in Bihar poll, observers claim
The agitation could shift the debate from economic development to reservations.
Meet the artist who has riled up Mumbai with posters of kissing couples
The artist, who wants to remain anonymous, is taken aback that everyone assumed the couples in the posters were foreigners.
Why Maharashtra's latest plan for Mumbai coastal road is a disaster
Thursday was the last day for the public to submit objections to this deeply inegalitarian and economically unviable project that fails to address the city's transport needs.
Majid Majidi's big-budget Muhammad movie has music by AR Rahman (and doesn't show the prophet's face)
Disturbing video reveals the sickening abuse of chickens that end up in McDonald's nuggets
BLACK LIVES MATTER
It's 52 years since Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I have a dream' speech
What ISRO's latest successful satellite had in common with a crowded Indian bus
SPOILS OF WAR
India's audacious capture of the Haji Pir Pass in 1965 and its mysterious return to Pakistan