Can India’s Internet Unicorn Take on Amazon
Late last year, Morgan Stanley marked down the valuation of Indian internet “unicorn” Flipkart by 38%, taking it...
Love in The Times of the (Neo Indian) Literati
Indians have discovered a new found fascination with romantic novels set in their soil and written by home grown authors.
The Deliverymen Behind India’s New Class of Shopaholics
Online merchants worldwide, competing to deliver packages in a day or less, are keen to close the so-called last mile.
Reaping The Trade Whirlwind
The Trump administration has introduced a flurry of regulations and executive orders to protect American industries and workers.
Polo Ball Makers of Deulpur
Ranjit Mal takes pride in calling himself the last man on earth who can shape polo balls from a bamboo strip.
Bangalore For a White Guy
Dubai airport is a classy place. It is one of the golden crowns of the world’s vajazzled playthings....
Is Hijab Having Its Moment
Western fashion gives a nod to the Muslim headscarf at a time when rhetoric in the West is decidedly turning against the “other.”
New York Can Wait
Indians are canceling U.S. holiday plans amidst rising hate crime incidents.
Indie Films Step Up
Independent Indian films are winning laurels and audiences both in India and abroad.
Cooking My Way Back
Leena, ahin aav,” Lila Kaki shouted. Whenever my aunt called for me, it meant only one thing: Eat...