Sandipan Deb
Sandipan Deb is a senior journalist and editor who is interested in puzzles of all forms.
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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
The grip of a self-fulfilling prophecy
Thu, Aug 22 2013. 06 51 PM

The grip of a self-fulfilling prophecy

The virtual meltdown of India’s economy and governance is the product of viciously short-sighted politics
Some thought for our real heroes this Independence Day
Thu, Aug 15 2013. 07 10 PM

Some thought for our real heroes this Independence Day

If callousness towards national heroes does not make your blood boil as an Indian on Independence Day, nothing will
Mamata, Mamata everywhere
Tue, Aug 13 2013. 12 39 PM

Mamata, Mamata everywhere

You can’t go down any major Kolkata road for more than a mile without having Mamata Banerjee smiling down at you
I read the news today, oh boy
Tue, Aug 06 2013. 01 32 PM

I read the news today, oh boy

Maybe I won’t read the news tomorrow. I’ll just wait for the lights to change
BCCI is the rotten core of Indian cricket
Wed, Jul 31 2013. 05 25 PM

BCCI is the rotten core of Indian cricket

Indian cricket draws powerful and power-hungry men of all ilk to it, like honey does bees
A letter to Amartya Sen
Thu, Jul 25 2013. 09 14 PM

A letter to Amartya Sen

Sen must return to his philosophical texts and learn, once more, that silence is often more eloquent than words
Vivekananda’s 120-year-old 9/11 speech
Thu, Jul 18 2013. 06 24 PM

Vivekananda’s 120-year-old 9/11 speech

The Hindu monk’s speech on religious tolerance and primacy of man has been hailed as one the greatest orations in history

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