Business
19 May 2003
Many corporate executives believe they are forces of good. They create jobs, provide goods the consumers want and...
Asia
07 April 2003
More than two thousand people are now suffering from severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars), caused by a new strain...
Culture
04 November 2002
For the arts lover in Singapore, October has been a great month. A swanky arts centre called the Esplanade has opened...
Global Issues
17 June 2002
While their materialistic cousins in Seoul and Pusan are busy cheering World Cup teams in their swanky stadiums, the...
Film
03 June 2002
Bollywood is enveloping our senses, through the resplendent shop windows of Selfridges in Oxford Street, the large-...
Asia
11 March 2002
There are perhaps more Gandhian symbols in Gujarat today than almost anywhere else in India. First, there is the state...
Food and Drink
27 August 2001
When so many cricket books try to blend into their natural habitat by having green jackets, Ramachandra Guha's...
Culture
06 August 2001
It is the hot summer of 1947. Thousands of men, women and children, all carrying personal belongings, are walking in...
Politics
23 July 2001
''The line of cars was continuous and motionless, still as a photograph," wrote Evelyn Waugh in Scoop (1938),...
Politics
30 April 2001
There is an India that many urban Indians want the world to admire: an outward-looking, modern India, with a middle...
Politics
02 April 2001
At the time of the last great cull in Britain, I was living in Singapore. As it became clear that Britain was about to...
Politics
12 March 2001
Bharat Shah liked to live in style. When his daughter got married in Bombay in the late 1980s, India's leading film...
Politics
08 January 2001
When you emerge from the chaotic and surprisingly small San Francisco International Airport and drive through the...
Politics
20 September 1999
In his 18 years in America as a petrochemical engineer, Ashish Desai had never seriously thought about his Hindu...

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