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An Indianized British sponge cake
Sat, Nov 22 2014. 12 14 AM

An Indianized British sponge cake

Mawa cake, the beloved Mumbai delicacy, prepared in a madeleine mould
Flexible calculations
Sat, Nov 22 2014. 12 13 AM

Flexible calculations

A hard-to-get smartphone packs in flagship-level specs at an interesting price; and a tablet that can be hung on a wall
Life Hacks | Thou shalt (not?) commit adultery
Fri, Nov 21 2014. 08 46 AM

Life Hacks | Thou shalt (not?) commit adultery

The greater part of our economy would be meaningless without sex as a driving force or organizing principle
Mahila Bank: UPA’s Rs1,000 crore misadventure
Fri, Nov 21 2014. 01 29 AM

Mahila Bank: UPA’s Rs1,000 crore misadventure

Barring Jammu and Kashmir and some north-eastern states, the lender has opened branches in all states, but its business is yet to take off
Is armed forces Act relevant today?
Fri, Nov 21 2014. 01 24 AM

Is armed forces Act relevant today?

Protracted use of the army and AFSPA in an area with steadily declining conflict has ‘toxic implications for the restoration of durable peace’
Outside in | Reaching for the sun
Fri, Nov 21 2014. 12 42 AM

Outside in | Reaching for the sun

The ramifications of the climate change deal the US struck with China and the global trade pact it inked with India at the G20 meet in Brisbane are immense
What Suresh Prabhu’s arrival means to Indian Railways
Fri, Nov 21 2014. 12 42 AM

What Suresh Prabhu’s arrival means to Indian Railways

India has the best chance in more than two decades to transform the monolithic structure of the country’s largest transporter
Minority report | Post script
Fri, Nov 21 2014. 12 41 AM

Minority report | Post script

Must commemorative postal stamps only hawk a country’s achievements?
India hedge funds outperform, but investors remain sceptical
Thu, Nov 20 2014. 06 44 PM

India hedge funds outperform, but investors remain sceptical

One of the reasons for this appears to be the high volatility seen across India-specific hedge funds
The charms of gravity
Thu, Nov 20 2014. 05 25 PM

The charms of gravity

A few days ago on a celestial object far, far away, a fridge-sized object fell to the ground. But it did not shatter. Instead, it bounced
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