Here are OZY’s recommendations for policies you didn’t hear in Tuesday’s big speech.
Prashant Jha’s long and deep understanding of life in Nepal could pay serious dividends for anyone still interested in what it means in modern terms to be a Maoist.
On the outskirts of India’s tech hub is a hippie who would make both the Beatles and Bill Gates proud.
InMobi, a company you’ve probably never heard of, is worth over $1 billion and playing in the big leagues.
In northeastern India, Muslim girls might make Malala proud. But they’re trading schooling in for something less progressive.
Riyaaz Amlani has tried all the stuff of the hipster food revolution. In India, some of it has worked — but some has failed.
There’s something of a street food revolution afoot, and India is no exception.
Wanna make a difference? Step one: Grab the attention of a billionaire. Step two: Spend his money on world-changing stuff.
Meet the man who claims “mythology is a map to the human spirit.” (And, apparently, to best-sellers and big bucks.)
the best of the rest
Despite theories to the contrary, there’s no reason developing countries can’t get rich.
On Sundays, we bring you longer-form deep dives from India to Gabon to China. Here are some of our favorites.
- Fast Forward
A trend of hyperfast, hyperlocal delivery is taking off in sprawling Asian cities, shielding urban denizens from traffic, pollution and ever leaving the house.