Shipbuilder Bharati Shipyard becomes a sick unit as revival drags

Shipbuilder Bharati Shipyard becomes a sick unit as revival drags

Bharati’s sickness doesn’t come as a surprise as its 2009 acquisition of GOL Offshore, after a takeover battle with rival ABG Shipyard, proved costly for it
12 stops, 50 markets

12 stops, 50 markets

A cross-country bazaar trail, from Imphal and Mumbai to Srinagar and Chennai—the best buys, the quirkiest shops, and the most delicious food
To be a right-wing intellectual in India

To be a right-wing intellectual in India

Why is there such a dearth of quality thinkers among the right?
A lot of people were using my father: Mala Dayal

A lot of people were using my father: Mala Dayal

Khushwant Singh’s daughter on her late father’s circle of friends, and the future of the author’s home
Leander Paes: The travelling salesman of tennis

Leander Paes: The travelling salesman of tennis

An evangelist with a racket, spreading the tennis word with his ageing hands
Steel and lace

Steel and lace

Suneet Varma on his new Arttd’inox collaboration, inspiration from the ‘Rubáiyát’, and the inflection point in Indian couture
Following Yeats

Following Yeats

On the 150th birth anniversary of the poet, a devoted reader of his work visits the place that inspired much of his poetry
Cheers to testosterone

Cheers to testosterone

By challenging the AFI’s decision, Dutee Chand has become more than an athlete
Film Review: Drishyam

Film Review: Drishyam

Tabu is in fine form in this remake of the 2013 Malayalam thriller
12 stops, 50 markets

12 stops, 50 markets

A cross-country bazaar trail, from Imphal and Mumbai to Srinagar and Chennai—the best buys, the quirkiest shops, and the most delicious food
To be a right-wing intellectual in India

To be a right-wing intellectual in India

Why is there such a dearth of quality thinkers among the right?
A lot of people were using my father: Mala Dayal

A lot of people were using my father: Mala Dayal

Khushwant Singh’s daughter on her late father’s circle of friends, and the future of the author’s home
Leander Paes: The travelling salesman of tennis

Leander Paes: The travelling salesman of tennis

An evangelist with a racket, spreading the tennis word with his ageing hands
Steel and lace

Steel and lace

Suneet Varma on his new Arttd’inox collaboration, inspiration from the ‘Rubáiyát’, and the inflection point in Indian couture
Following Yeats

Following Yeats

On the 150th birth anniversary of the poet, a devoted reader of his work visits the place that inspired much of his poetry
Cheers to testosterone

Cheers to testosterone

By challenging the AFI’s decision, Dutee Chand has become more than an athlete
Film Review: Drishyam

Film Review: Drishyam

Tabu is in fine form in this remake of the 2013 Malayalam thriller