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Colours of freedom
The only organisation officially licensed to make the Tiranga holds aloft the founding spirit of the nation

Anwesha Mitra

Colours of freedom

The only organisation officially licensed to make the Tiranga holds aloft the founding spirit of the nation

Anwesha Mitra | AUG 14 , 2019

Not an act of God

Despite a written code, our buildings and other structures fail to meet basic construction standards killing thousands every year

Rishabh Bhatnagar | JUL 24 , 2019

Use, throw, choke, repeat

India’s plastic problem is growing, and states hardly seem to care enough to report how bad it’s getting

JUL 17 , 2019

Choppy Waters

Easing monsoon deficit holds promise for farmers, but the rain gods may be too late

JUL 10 , 2019

Without a pinch of salt

Is desalination the answer to India's water woes?

JUN 28 , 2019

Channeling hope

KCR’s pet project plans to allay Telangana’s water shortage fears

JUN 21 , 2019

Lunar Dreams

India’s space exploration is headed for a new horizon with the launch of Chandrayaan-2

JUN 17 , 2019

Playing the odds

It’s the biggest cricket event of the year and stakes are high not just for the teams or fans. Thousands of punters are going to win or lose big

Rishabh Bhatnagar | JUN 06 , 2019

Burning Paradox

Chennai is facing one of the worst droughts after having been flooded three years ago

MAY 30 , 2019


The Rs.349.25 billion Ken Betwa river linking project is stuck due to disputes between state governments and protests from environmentalists

MAY 29 , 2019

The King Grounded

Crisis at Jet Airways has put mango exporters in a fix, who cannot afford freight charges of other airlines

MAY 22 , 2019

Dry Irony

India's first cashless village still struggles for drinking water, with residents even making perilous descent into an old well for a pot

MAY 09 , 2019

Racing ahead

After Train 18 earned its spot as one of the fastest on rails, more are set to be rolled out

MAY 01 , 2019

Wing and a prayer

Netas will climb mountains to meet their voters during polls, even fly across skies for Rs.40,000-Rs.50,000 an hour 

Krishna Gopalan | APR 19 , 2019

Water on Wheels

An innovative contraption helps families reach drinking water to their homes, saving three hours of labour a day  

APR 10 , 2019

Shooting star

Launching satellites in three different orbits, ISRO's PSLV-C45 sets a new record    

APR 03 , 2019

Fever Pitch

IPL, the game that makes a million rupees every ten seconds, starts again  

MAR 27 , 2019

Wholly politics

Congress hopes to revive its game in UP by sending in Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. Will it pay off?

MAR 20 , 2019

Maxed out

India joins a long list of countries that have decided to ground the Boeing 737 Max 8 leading to a slew of flight cancellations and huge spike in air fares

Krishna Gopalan | MAR 13 , 2019

Running into rough weather

Even as it enters its third phase, UDAN is a long way from delivering on its promise of better connectivity

JAN 11 , 2019

A Bridge Too Far

After two decades of being commissioned, India’s longest railroad bridge finally sees the light of the day

DEC 26 , 2018

Glitter dulls

India’s gold exports bear the brunt as bankers tighten their purse strings

Krishna Gopalan | NOV 27 , 2018

Cult Calling

Mahindra and Mahindra revives a cult icon to reverse its fortune

NOV 21 , 2018

Too Little Too Late

Government’s move to offer MSMEs loans under an hour will do little to improve their fortunes   

NOV 08 , 2018