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With the high amount of ocean traffic, accidents are bound to happen leading to oil spills. But the message should go across unequivocally that marine ecology is non-negotiable and cannot be compromised. The recent oil spill following the collision of two vessels along the Chennai coastline is a wake-up call Global...
She spelt charisma in every sense and enigma in every footstep. It was impossible not to be mesmerised in her presence. Despite her populist policies and affection for the downtrodden, Ms Jayalalithaa Jayaram exuded class. Although she rarely interacted in person with the so-called hoi-polloi, they adored her to distraction. Covering...
My Namaste from the UK to all the readers of the Daily Pioneer. Over the coming months I will be engaging with some key personalities from the UK political and business community and will share my ‘Konversations’with you all. I kick off my column with one very special...
In a freewheeling chat with Kushan Mitra, Vedanta Chairman Anil Agarwal talks about his business and why India needs to develop to lift people out of poverty. Anil Agarwal is a very unassuming man who talks proudly of his childhood years growing up in Patna and happily describes himself as a...
Film actor Aamir Khan is undoubtedly a contemporary Indian icon. He has played heart-tugging roles in many sensitive and realistic movies that mirror our society, reflecting people’s aspirations, joys and sorrows. Therefore, his hyperbolic remark on Monday claiming that his wife recently asked him whether the family should relocate out...
It would often be said of Vinod Mehta that he was so fiercely independent that he could only work in publications conceived and moulded by him. Indeed the only journalistic designation he held through his long years in the profession was Editor. That’s why you won’t find his name donning the...
Following the abduction of two of its citizens by the Islamic State, Japan has been put on the frontlines of a war that it technically is not even fighting but only supporting, write KV KESAVAN and VINDU MAI CHOTANI The current situation playing out in West Asia has created a serious...
The second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale has started in the historical Fort Kochi. Curated by Jitish Kallat, the edition explores multifarious topics but is deeply entwined in the host city’s legendary history as a trading hub, says Kushan Mitra As work frantically continued with 24 hours remaining to the inauguration...