• December 15, 2017
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Articles by Sanjib Kumar Das

  • Bollywood gets a dose of reality
    Dec 13, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das, Staff Writer
    The urge to see life as it is and ask a few probing questions with honesty have helped the industry in the world’s largest film-producing country to truly turn the corner
  • Diff 2017 review: ‘In the Shadows’
    Dec 12, 2017 Sanjib Kumar Das, Staff Writer
    Monoj Bajpayee delivers a power-packed performance in this drama about a middle-aged man haunted by his lost childhood
  • Padmavati row refuses to die down
    Nov 20, 2017 Sanjib Kumar Das, Staff Writer
    Fringe group holds film’s release to ransom, even as Deepika Padukone pulls out of summit
  • Padmavati and India’s culture vultures
    Nov 20, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das, Staff Writer
    Attack on the period movie yet again reveals a dangerous attempt to usurp intellectual space and tyrannise cultural identity
  • India's currency ban: shock therapy, mock ‘trial
    Nov 08, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    One year on, demonetisation has raised more questions than it has answered
  • Taking the world on a Marxist-Leninist whirl
    Oct 25, 2017 Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    From St Petersburg to Santiago, Kolkata to Havana, the Bolsheviks shook the intelligentsia and the commoner alike like never before
  • Dogma put paid to creativity
    Oct 24, 2017 Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    Ballet a case in point of artistic decadence in post-revolution Russia
  • Victory for India at Brics summit?
    Sep 05, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    By agreeing to name specific terror outfits, Beijing seeks to assuage New Delhi’s concerns for the first time
  • Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh: ‘Baba’ goes bust
    Sep 01, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das Senior Pages Editor
    The conviction of the self-styled Indian ‘spiritual’ guru in two cases of rape and the violence unleashed by his followers yet again expose crevices of blind faith in a 1.3 billion-strong nation
  • Students soak up basics of entrepreneurship
    Aug 28, 2017 Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    Mentors from Harvard Business School conduct three-day workshop for young-adults in Dubai
  • Kitsch-and-tell: The Hollywood myopia
    Aug 19, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    Hollywood has woken up to the pragmatics of the Indian market, but continues to be economical in its embrace of artistic sensitivities
  • Extremism as offshoot of two-nation theory
    Aug 15, 2017 By Sana JamalCorrespondentAnd Sanjib Kumar DasSenior Pages Editor
    The very idea of splitting a country with religion as the common denominator, had the seeds of decades of future bloodshed engendered in it
  • Two nations, one shared legacy of pain
    Aug 13, 2017 Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    Recount of the critical events that led to the displacement of 24 million people
  • ‘Air forces must have a future-proof aircraft’
    Aug 09, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das,Senior Pages Editor
    With Gripen E, Saab hopes to combine all its skills and capabilities to meet India’s long-term needs
  • ‘A clear win-win for US and India’
    Aug 09, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das,Senior Pages Editor
    With its F-16 offer, Lockheed Martin signals its commitment to support Indian Air Force and ‘Make in India’ priorities
  • Top guns squawk ‘Make in India’
    Aug 09, 2017 By Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    It’s a win-win for Indian Air Force as major fighter plane makers seek a pie of the Indian skies