Mahesh Trivedi

Mahesh Trivedi

Mahesh Trivedi has honed his journalistic skills at India’s two topmost newspapers, The Times of India and The Indian Express. In journalism for the past 44 years, Trivedi has also been the India correspondent of several reputed newspapers in the Arabian Gulf, having worked for Dubai-based Khaleej Times for 12 years.

India’s Muslims in jitters as hate-mongers go scot-free

India’s 172 million Muslims are set to celebrate Eid al-Fitr in the face of tease, taunts and torture by Hindu hate-mongers who have been on the prowl in society and on social media ever since......

Terms likely to be sweetened as Air India fails to woo suitors

The Indian government, which has failed to woo even a single suitor for its loss-laden national carrier, Air India, has started clearing the decks to launch the sale again after sweetening the......

India’s golden-hearted doctors dedicate their life for noble missions

The medical fraternity in India has been ranting and raving even a month after Prime Minister Narendra Modi dubbed doctors dishonest during his speech in London. The one-million-odd allopathic......

Clouds of uncertainty hang over India’s cryptocurrency industry

Stakeholders in India’s burgeoning cryptocurrency industry, who were laughing their way to the bank till recently, are now wandering around in a fog as the jury is still out on whether the......

India’s high-tech, eco-friendly zoo opens at ‘night’, is a huge draw

Animal parks are a dime a dozen in India but a new-fangled nocturnal zoo has turned out to be a big draw with visitors making a night of it in the man-made jungle in the marvelous menagerie. Located......

Debt-laden Air India is up for grabs but potential bidders blow hot and cold

The Indian government’s ambitious plan to privatize debt-laden Air India has run into rough weather with no takers in sight. And with unionized employees as well as political parties kicking up......

Carmakers change strategy as diesel vehicles drive to a dead end in India

With diesel vehicles destined to turn into fossilized dinosaurs following India’s swift switch to the electric era, carmakers are changing tack to wean potential buyers away from what......

Direct flights between Dubai and India’s diamond hub set to boost trade

Finally, direct flights between the world’s two biggest diamond trade centers will take off next week to add some sparkle on the faces of dealers in precious stones on both sides. Air India......