Abhjit Roy

is a former journalist and presently Director at Ericsson, Chief Imagination Officer at Bits & Atoms and Head of Strategy at Wipro Limited

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Erosion Of Trust Is Modi’s Biggest Failure; Farm Law Protest Is The Beginning Of The End

If one takes a dispassionate view of the three farm laws, that Narendra Modi has promised to roll back, then a few nagging questions remain. The idea that the laws will introduce free market forces...

A Tango To Watch – The Red Dragon and The Taliban Fox

In the last few weeks, after the Taliban takeover of most of Afghanistan, headlines have screamed about the country's trillion-dollar mineral wealth, especially its fabled lithium deposits. Lithium will power the next-generation batteries for electric...

My friends the Kabuliwala and the Kashmiri Shawlwallah

When I was a kid, I was told to be afraid of the tall, burly, bearded, turbaned man in loose trousers, who came to our neighborhood every week to sell Hing, Surma, Kaju (Cashew), Akhrot...

Modi Vs Big Tech, No Bets On Who’ll Lose This War

A few years ago Narendra Modi's supporters were bragging about his Twitter followers (which critics of course say is bloated by 60% fake profiles) being more than the head of the Roman Catholic church. Early...

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Goldsmiths from West Bengal set to return from Jeddah

Kolkata: The 21 goldsmiths from West Bengal who had been left stranded in Jeddah have a reason to smile. The officials from the Indian...

Anti-CAA sentiments run high at Kolkata Book Fair

Kolkata: The anti-NRC, CAA protests, which had been marking its presence at 44th International Kolkata Book Fair since its beginning in a muted way,...

For Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, opposition leaders are Jackals, Foxes and Wolves

Giridih/Ranchi: It seems like there is a competition going on in the 17th Lok Sabha campaign between political leaders as to who will stoop...

Amirul saves Souvik, as Baduria fights back for peace

Baduria/Kolkata: As news of a person succumbing to his injuries is coming in, because of Baduria violence, we all sitting miles away, are believing...

Because of lynchings, I fear for my son: Renuka Shahane

Kolkata: The horrific incident of Junaid, a 15-year-old boy lynched inside a train coach, has moved people from different background across India and outside....