Millennium Post

Will the Maharaja reign again?

24 Oct 2021 2:02 PM GMT
Being familiar with the Tatas, I am confident that the famous moustache shall be waxed once more, making Air-India the world's benchmark airline yet again

Black gold to bust

17 Oct 2021 12:57 PM GMT
It was a looming crisis that we ignored. We kept gabbing about green power, even as coal stockpiles at thermal plants tanked, leaving us staring at blackouts

Humanity lost

10 Oct 2021 1:45 PM GMT
We have lost the plot. Why else would we mow down our very own and trigger mayhem in a most macabre way? In the process, we are grabbing global infamy

When Goliath owns David

3 Oct 2021 1:19 PM GMT
India is witnessing a disparity of historic proportions, with 10% of Indians owning 77% of the money. In the last year alone, 73% of India's earnings have gone to 1% of our richest

Gone are the days

26 Sep 2021 11:16 PM GMT
Once an education superpower, India is sliding. Costs are sky-high and things are grievously wrong. So wrong that everything is hitting the proverbial fan and our youngsters are fleeing the country

Small beginnings

19 Sep 2021 1:22 PM GMT
This is a battle that has raged on for 4,000 years, since the world’s first king ruled in Mesopotamia. But this first happened in India. And this is happening yet again today, as we now have a revolution in the making

String a kite

12 Sep 2021 1:10 PM GMT
This is a flight of fancy. And we are going to need more than a little bit of conjuring to weather out this storm. We are at a crossroads and can but hope that a divine force will somehow help us take the right turnoff

Havoc, havoc everywhere

5 Sep 2021 1:09 PM GMT
Over the last few weeks, the world has been facing the wrath and fury of Mother Nature, battling unforeseen floods, unseasonal bouts of rain & snow, hot spells followed by bone-chilling cold. What’s gone askew?

I hate Sushi

30 Aug 2021 12:52 PM GMT
Things are terrible for the hospitality industry. I am not talking star hotels alone, for smaller ones have been hit hard too. And things won’t get better anytime soon – there is no relief in sight

Killing us softly

22 Aug 2021 1:55 PM GMT
The last 18 months have been tough in terms of rising fuel and LPG prices. We got a break for a month. Now it is back, betraying the callousness with which the average Indian is being rebuked

Eye of the storm

16 Aug 2021 1:31 PM GMT
We each have our innate personal beliefs and devices, a divine faith that helps us wade through crises. These provide us with inner strength, helping us ride out the storm. But what of our India, which is today mired in a crazy melee and tumult?

Chuk-chuk gaadi

7 Aug 2021 5:11 PM GMT
Simply watching a train trundle or rumble by has a strange power over me, one that morphs time and makes me smile. What seems like a complete eternity in the real world passes off effortlessly with the clickety-clack of a passing train. My childhood celebrated these sounds. It is sad today to see our legacy being shunted
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