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Thursday, Nov 14, 2019
Sanjoy Narayan

Sanjoy Narayan


Last summer, while a debate over net neutrality was on in the US, in his very funny news satire show, Last Week Tonight, the comedian John Oliver used a typically risqué example to explain what a non-neutral Internet could do to small web-based entrepreneurs and startups.

articles by Sanjoy Narayan (146 results)
Feb 06, 2016 22:13
It isn’t merely adversarial politics that is at the root of the current spat over Delhi’s civic upkeep. read more
Jan 30, 2016 19:03
If you like your reggae shaken up with ska, punk, funk and groove, then Sublime is the band for you. read more
Jan 23, 2016 21:23
Rarely are such ventures really innovative. Most of them are set up to chase valuation and then hope to sell out. That’s one reason — not the only one — for the high failure rate for startups. But the question is: Should the government get its hands... read more
Jan 16, 2016 23:36
Why is it that airlines, pilots and the Delhi airport have not been able to crack the chronic problem of beating fog conditions the way many international airports are able to, some of them in places that experience more extreme weather conditions? read more
Jan 16, 2016 17:37
Baroness, as I said, are a heavy metal band – some music critics affix prefixes such as ‘stoner’, ‘alternative’ or ‘sludge’ to their genre but the fact is that they are a heavy metal band. read more
Jan 09, 2016 20:07
As major assembly elections are due in many states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal and Assam in 2016, here’s what the BJP and the Congress can expect. read more
Dec 27, 2015 00:08
The last two sessions in Parliament, monsoon and winter, were write-offs with hardly any business getting done. And despite its brute majority in the Lok Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government are struggling to enact laws. read more
Dec 19, 2015 23:06
While the overall inflation rate declined last month, the component relating to food prices rose sharply to 5.20% compared to 2.44% in the previous month. A closer look at the inflation data shows that of all the items that make up the food basket, the... read more
Dec 19, 2015 18:21
An anthology of Miles Davis’ tunes has turned out to be one of my favourite albums of the year. read more
Dec 12, 2015 21:54
Growing urban traffic can result in congestion but also, as Delhiites are discovering, alarming levels of pollution, which has adverse implications for the health of citizens. read more
Dec 05, 2015 16:58
Three decades after his untimely death, a documentary chronicles the life and music of bass legend Jaco Pastorius. read more
Nov 28, 2015 22:15
CM Arvind Kejriwal’s Clean Delhi drive takes PM Narendra Modi’s Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan a step further. But the real success lies in the people’s will to generate less of the garbage and not on the ones cleaning it. read more
Nov 28, 2015 00:37
In a nation’s history, there are some periods that stand out from the rest. By most indications, India today appears to be on the cusp of a transformation. read more
Nov 22, 2015 01:24
In the corporate world and the media, it is elation that normally ensues when foreign direct investment (FDI) limits are eased for different sectors of industry as they were recently. It wasn’t always like that. People with longer memories will recall... read more
Nov 21, 2015 17:34
Eagles of Death Metal, who were playing at Le Bataclan in Paris when terrorists attacked the venue, are an unpretentious rock band from California. read more