YOUR FIX FOR THE WEEKEND

YOUR FIX FOR THE WEEKEND

India's balancing act with Israel and Palestine, the one-man army called Virat Kohli, debate on second national capital, Haiku and beyond, The Frame TV, and more

Balancing act

Indian foreign policy establishment has learnt the value of pragmatism in foreign policy. India needs both Israel and the Arab world, and is learning to manage both

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A cut above the rest

Kohli the batsman has stood tall above the rest of his colleagues, in terms of intent, application, technique and, most importantly, the heart to fight it out out there and make a statement

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Framed art

The Frame TV certainly doesn't come cheap but it is a refreshing take on televisions. Its arty slant also gives it a future proof appeal at a time when TVs and gadgets become obsolete in no time

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Capital gain, or loss?

Congress's pitch for a second capital has little to do with upgrading Bengaluru to global standards and more to do with the state government's attempt to position itself as pro-Kannada and pro-Bengaluru

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Year of reckoning

With the Commonwealth Games, the Asian Games and the World Cup lined up in 2018, it might well be a make or break year for Indian hockey

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Haiku and beyond

Haiku is a word painting, frozen in time. In only about nine or ten words, a poem shows the passing of time, the transient, the fleeting, and brings into focus the creative force working in nature

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