The remarkable decline of Britain in the average Indians’ consciousness over the past half century is quite dramatic. It is not based on any hostility to Britain. Read more
(An informal remembrance of the Indo-Pak foreign ministers’ meeting in Islamabad on July 15)
1. Press conference scheduled for noon is suddenly put off. Oooh. Something big in offing. I’m asked if I would like to ask the sixth and last question of the Q and A. I say aye. Read more
World football is globalised and inequal. The first is now countering the second. A score or two articles appear every World Cup to see if the football world has any lessons for globalisation in general. Read more
One provides IT services, the other footballs. And so are their economic futures defined.
The two biggest South Asian countries share at least one thing: they both stink at football. But they have a presence at the South Africa World Cup. Read more