Mini Kapoor The Indian Express Group
Monday 30 December '13For the Test to fulfil its potential for great cricket, teams must be given more time to prepare.
Saturday 21 December '13Ricky Ponting’s straight-talking account offers a glimpse into the mind of a great sportsperson.
Wednesday11 December '13The interesting question is: how will a party born of a protest movement that claimed to be free of party politics and politicians now transact power?
Saturday23 November '13Legislatures across the world have become arenas of partisan deadlock.
Saturday16 November '13Malcolm Gladwell's latest book is a disjointed rehash of already-learnt life lessons.
Friday11 October '13After a great playing career, he still has some dues to pay to cricket.
Saturday28 September '13'None of the above' could introduce new ways of gaming ballot and bring about surprising outcomes.
Monday23 September '13The question is: will both leaders step up to it?
Saturday7 September '13There’s more to the story in this debut novel about a dysfunctional family than its eccentric characters.
Saturday17 August '13It is now a reference for a flawed, dangerous but ever popular inclination.
Sunday18 August '13What is the secret of detecting world-changing events?
Wednesday31 July '13The T20 must no more be allowed to remain a self-contained confection
Saturday20 July '13As technology changes, readers are best served by a mix of old and new players
Sunday21 July '13James Astill’s new book throws into sharp relief the polarised universe created by the IPL and how it has affected the way India engages with cricket
Sunday7 July '13On Wimbledon’s big day, a reminder of an extraordinary golden age
Saturday6 July '13A new biography connects Saadat Hasan Manto’s life and work to the tumult of Partition
Saturday29 June '13Global sport administrators like FIFA or IOC have little connect with the host country’s lived realities
Sunday23 June '13The best travel writing this summer
Sunday9 June '13Amos Oz’s Between Friends, negotiates change, both in its structure and its content
Monday3 June '13The game needs an external measure to recover its equilibrium
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Pawan Khera and Shashi Tharoor's defence of the UPA, as rejoinders to articles by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Shekhar Gupta, displays how political sycophancy can distort perception. They are written to ensure their status in the party. Madhu Trehan A people in despair, a government in wonderland Comments