Aditya Chakrabortty

Pogrom haunts Modi’s rise

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Narendra Modi could be India's next prime minister, but he is far from being Mr Clean.

Sour side of a tweet deal

Twitter's many billions will go to a select group — not its founders or hardworking users.

Mainstream economics teaches students to cause recessions

Despite causing the crash, the high priests of economics have never faced retribution and the same flawed theories are still taught in universities.

Forced teen labour bruises Apple

With government help, Foxconn, the leading Chinese electronics supplier, is making youngsters work for months in its factories.

Apple lacks imagination with ‘meh’ iPhone 5S

Once a company renowned for breaking new ground, Apple is turning into a typical American corporation, writes Aditya Chakrabortty.

Olympics: Ceremony an ode to UK decline

The overt nostalgia of the Olympic opening ceremony fits the theory that economic atrophy leads to an obsession with the past says Aditya Chakraborty.

A metaphor for modern London

The Shard is emblematic of how the city's real estate is becoming too exclusive for locals, writes Aditya Chakrabortty.

A sinking ship, brace for a tough 2012

Every week brought more dire forecasts in the battle to save Europe's economic club but 2012 will be its worst year yet.

Hanging out with India’s first real teenagers

They gather in malls, armed with money and mobiles. They're India's latest phenomenon -- the subcontinent's first generation of real teenagers

What’s bad for GM is good for the world

The official line is that GM is not dead, it's just regrouping.

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