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New Internet Adopters Have Different Expectations: Caesar Sengupta

New Internet Adopters Have Different Expectations: Caesar Sengupta

10 July, 2019 Jyotika Sood

Caesar Sengupta, VP, Next Billion Users and GM of payment at Google, talks to Outlook about the corporation’s work in India and the controversies it is embroiled in.

We Googled All These

We Googled All These

10 July, 2019

Google may be the most popular, but it isn’t the only search engine out there. Many other players live up to the tasks that Google might not do for you…


Google Has Impacted Our Lives In Profound Ways, But It's Worth Pondering Costs And Benefits: Jay Panda

For many of us who can remember the world before Google, the past two decades have gone by at breakneck speed, changing much about the human experience, writes Baijayant Panda.

'Google Has Converted Human Brain From Storage Repository To A Processor'

'Google Has Converted Human Brain From Storage Repository To A Processor'

10 July, 2019 Jyotika Sood

'Google has converted the brain from a storage repository to a processor. That’s the big revolution it has brought. You pick up the specific piece of knowledge by searching it on Google and then process it the way you want.'


Life Without Google? 'Sab Thapp Ho Jayega' - Why Google Maps Are A Lifeline For Cab Drivers

Things have changed with the logistics, taxi and home delivery services that have sprung up on the back of Google Maps.

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10 July, 2019

Laptops Replace Reference Books, Google First Point Of Reference For Cardiologist Naresh Trehan

Jyotika Sood

The reference books that graced the tables of doctors until the 1990s have now been replaced with a laptop or desktop; the books have been consigned to libraries, writes Cardiologist Naresh Trehan.


10 July, 2019

For Veteran Lawyer Kapil Sibal, Pre-Google Era Made For Better Lawyers, There Were No Short Cuts

Puneet Nicholas Yadav

'Perhaps, the ­pre-Google era made for better lawyers ­because we did not have the luxury of short cuts.'


10 July, 2019

How Google Has Changed Our Lives: Is Life Without It Even Possible Anymore?

Jyotika Sood

What if Google suddenly ceased to be? What would going back to an older time look like?


04 July, 2019

Live Or Die Willingly

Lachmi Deb Roy

It’s the future of end-of-life care but most Indians know little about ‘living will’


26 June, 2019

Saying Grace Before Virat

Lachmi Deb Roy

From a full-throated ‘Garibaldi’ to Kohli’s sleekly cut ‘V’, beards reclaim space on young Indian visages


18 April, 2019

Berry Berry Sweet

Anuradha Roy

The hills are the perfect place to go looking for wild and exotic flora


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18 April, 2019

A Requiem For Kempty

Stephen Alter

When hypertourism fell on Mussoorie’s once quaint Kempty Falls


18 April, 2019

Dodge The Indian Sun

Soity Banerjee

Offbeating the travel odds!


03 April, 2019

In Pics | Village Of Twins In Uttar Pradesh

Salik Ahmad

Entwined identically at birth, the many pairs of twins reared on the fecund soil of UP’s Umri typify one of nature’s inscrutable ways


07 March, 2019

This Family Studies Together

Abdul Gani

There was no school around. So a family in Assam went ahead and got one built for all its kids.


07 March, 2019

The Hounds Of Hindustan

Lachmi Deb Roy

Chippiparai, Tangkhul Hui, Pandikona, Rajapalayam, Mudhol or simply the pariah…the resurgent desi bowwow’s the pet pack


28 February, 2019

In Here, It’s Dog Treat Dog

G.C. Shekhar

A key gap in canine healthcare has been filled with India’s first blood bank for dogs in Chennai


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13 February, 2019

Living Room Gigs: Music, Poetry, Stories Get A Snug Corner

Lachmi Deb Roy

Music, storytelling, poetry, dance and pop-ups get a snug corner—the living room


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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