Millennium Post


10 Aug 2019 3:23 PM GMT
Aiming to promote this ageless yet dying format, ICC's World Test Championship promises to be a test of grit and determination – at the onset though, enthusiasts see many glaring loopholes


3 Aug 2019 1:09 PM GMT
India ranks third in the world in terms of high quality research publications in artificial intelligence (AI) but when parsed by metric citations, we stand fifth– only to suggests that we must work at improving the quality of our research outputs in AI

On a fading horizon

1 Jun 2019 12:09 PM GMT
Caught in a race to occupy market share while being burdened by volatile fuel prices, Indian airline companies are in deep trouble today though statistics paint a pretty future

Going Electric

4 May 2019 4:23 PM GMT
With fatal pollution levels choking Indian metros, electric vehicles offer a most lucrative avenue for respite – but, with inadequate policies and crumbling infrastructure, the Indian dream of ‘going electric’ is still many miles away

Hassle-free television

16 March 2019 3:45 PM GMT
Ending the hegemony of cable service providers, TRAI’s new regulations aim to empower the ordinary citizen who can now choose exactly what s/he wishes to watch

Vishwanathan Anand likely to regain throne

10 Feb 2018 3:30 PM GMT
Though the competition with the new players is tough, Anand playing at the next Chess Olympiad will strengthen the Indian team's chances of winning the medal, writes Shashwat Sajal.

Federer's bid to his 20th Grand Slam title

13 Jan 2018 2:24 PM GMT
Seemingly injury-free now, Federer has already been announced winner by tennis analysts because of his injury-riddled opponents. On top of that, the Swiss ace is playing as classy and as elegant as ever, keeping his calm, writes Shashwat Sajal.

India vs SA, 2018: Ultimate Test

6 Jan 2018 1:29 PM GMT
The Indian team’s solid form and data suggest that this could be the best chance to beat South Africa on their own ground and bring the Freedom Series trophy home, writes Shashwat Sajal.

A life of secrets

8 Jan 2017 8:29 PM GMT
On October 15, 1917, the extraordinary life of an exceptional woman comes to an end in Paris –  the city that she had always loved. Though one cannot...

An almost successful attempt

11 Dec 2016 8:19 PM GMT
It has been rightfully said that one should not judge a book by its cover. When I first picked up The Almost King by Lucy Saxon, I was intrigued by...

The mystery of the lost boy

20 Nov 2016 3:47 PM GMT
Being a grown-up, if you read a children’s book, then you might be judged. The other so called grownups will laugh at you.  Same happened with me too. ...

‘Empowerment should be used as a verb’

7 Nov 2016 7:53 PM GMT
Speaking on ‘Samanvay’, Bela Bhatia, a human right activist and social researcher working in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh said, “At presents...
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