Sandipan Deb
Sandipan Deb is a senior journalist and editor who is interested in puzzles of all forms.
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Cricket without the bowlers
Mon, Nov 04 2013. 02 19 PM

Cricket without the bowlers

We are looking at a future of cricket where very few boys would want to be bowlers
Sandipan Deb | The ugliest elections India has seen
Thu, Oct 31 2013. 05 49 PM

Sandipan Deb | The ugliest elections India has seen

Modi is the Great Divider. But so is Rahul. We should fear the most vicious Lok Sabha elections ever
Sushil Shinde’s politics of arrogance and incompetence
Tue, Oct 29 2013. 04 20 PM

Sushil Shinde’s politics of arrogance and incompetence

Some important Cabinet posts invariably go to long-time loyalists—competence is not even considered in these cases
India is now a ‘non-functioning anarchy’
Wed, Oct 23 2013. 08 06 PM

India is now a ‘non-functioning anarchy’

Over the last few years, the Indian anarchy has remained vibrant, but the functioning bit seems to have vanished
Sachin Tendulkar’s lesson for 50% of India
Mon, Oct 21 2013. 07 51 PM

Sachin Tendulkar’s lesson for 50% of India

There is one very important lesson that young Indians can learn from Sachin’s career, something that it is one’s duty to point out
The forgotten Bose
Tue, Oct 15 2013. 01 24 PM

The forgotten Bose

Satyen Bose not getting the Nobel is an outrage and Jagadish Chandra Bose not being remembered today is a shame
Dazed and confused by art attack
Tue, Oct 08 2013. 01 27 AM

Dazed and confused by art attack

A visit to the Tate Modern art gallery turns out to be an encounter with mystifying modernism
Hysterical celebrations over the death sentence are worrying
Sat, Sep 14 2013. 02 15 PM

Hysterical celebrations over the death sentence are worrying

There is simply too much free-floating anger right now in India and this fundamentally unguided rage that is quietly on the prowl should worry us
The failure of India’s economic reforms
Wed, Sep 04 2013. 01 05 AM

The failure of India’s economic reforms

The sort of detoxification that our nation needs to make it more equitable, just and actually richer, is beyond all economic theory
The corrupt journey of food transportation
Thu, Aug 29 2013. 05 49 PM

The corrupt journey of food transportation

No one knows the implementation cost of the food Bill, however, everyone knows that it will never reach the poor

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