In Arnab Goswami’s arrest, the emergence of Uddhav 2.0
Arnab Goswami’s arrest by Maharashtra Police is Uddhav Thackeray’s message to Modi-Shah: ‘I won’t go down without a fight’, writes Shivam Vij.
Better than Netflix, torrents — Why Telegram is the new destination for movies, shows online
From new shows to obscure art films, Telegram has evolved into more than just an encrypted messaging service. It is becoming the go-to place for pirated content, writes Shubhangi Misra.
Trump is not Modi: 6 lessons Donald could have learned from his Indian friend
We are told that Trump won the counties worst affected by Covid, yet it cannot be denied that Trump’s undoing was his handling of the pandemic. The trouble was not just with the 2,30,000 lives lost until Election Day, but also an economy left ravaged by the pandemic, writes Shivam Vij.
Higher interest, processing fee — How banks are making hay amid Covid as customers take a hit
From levying charges on cash deposit to processing fee on debt recast, both public and private lenders are finding a way to boost revenue, writes Manojit Saha.
Bihar was Tejashwi’s to lose — and lose he did
Two months of campaigning did not make up for Tejashwi Yadav’s regular absenteeism from the ground, writes Shivam Vij.
Move over Silicon Valley, these five countries are the new startup hub
New ideas aren’t only originating from Silicon Valley or London anymore, but also other regions of the globe with strong start-up ecosystems and unique cultures, writes Saemoon Yoon.
How Modi has made a ‘Nehruvian’ half-blunder on China & ignored investing in the military
Modi assumed the Chinese won’t be a military threat and risk their economic interests. He was only half-right — that there wouldn’t be a conventional war, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.