INSECURITY: Nigeria is being governed by its second eleven – Sule Lamido

A:  You once found Magu sitting next to President Buhari in a public occasion. And there is a Police Commissioner in Abuja. Magu is Deputy Commissioner of Police. In the same occasion, you found the AIG, DIG sitting far off from the President, and Magu is seated beside the President. The operators of the institutions […]

The day K P Singh wanted to sell DLF for 26 lakh

As he takes over as chairman emeritus of DLF at the age of 90, handing over the reins to his son Rajiv Singh, he may well sit back and hope that governments will see the logic of why private entrepreneurs should be given the space and freedom to build a modern India.

In bustling Vietnam, Hoi An a bridge to the past

The modest silk factory is far smaller than the showy Hoi An Silk Village down the road, and I’m left alone to wander through, view the stable of silkworms and peek over the shoulders of workers winding silk thread and embroidering designs on finished products. Silk was one of the most desired items on traders’ […]

How George Floyd’s death ignited a racial reckoning that shows no signs of slowing down

The locale was important, too. Minnesotans have weathered dozens of police killings in recent years, including the high-profile deaths of Philando Castile and Jamar Clark, she said. Like video of Floyd’s killing, Castile’s went viral, but it begins after the officer shot him five times. Castile is bleeding out as his girlfriend chronicles what happened.

Ronald Searle obituary

And then Searle accomplished a long-held ambition, to work for the New Yorker. Some of his fans saw a decline from now on, and it is true that there was a rococo prettiness about some of his work, though its manic qualities eschewed cosiness. He graduated in the 1960s from cartoons to colour covers such […]

Coronavirus: How India breached the two million mark

‘Our neighbours made us Covid-19 pariahs’ The hidden heroes of India’s Covid-19 wards Why won’t India admit how Covid-19 is spreading? He says this cavalier attitude is leading to more gatherings and lesser use of masks – people have even taken to wearing them below the nose.