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'Development comes from understanding the society'

Dr Sanjay Sinho, newly-appointed chief executive officer of the American India Foundation, traverses comfortably between the world of medicine and sociology.Decades ago Dr Sinho, then a......

Srinivas Kuchibhotla would have been India's future

Had the slain Indian-American engineer stayed in India, he would have earned less but his life might have been spared, Sunanda K Datta-Ray says, pondering the question of where one belongs. IMAGE:......

How our netas reacted to the Budget

Following the Budget being announced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, leaders across the political spectrum provided their views.  IMAGE: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley arrives at Parliament......

Will Trump take sides in the India-Pakistan dispute?

'It is highly doubtful that the Trump administration will consider inserting itself into the volatile India-Pakistan dispute, especially when he has signalled his interest in prioritising deepening......

US aid to Pakistan is no panacea, but neither are sanctions

After weighing all the costs and benefits, the next administration is likely to reduce and restructure assistance to Pakistan but not to end it altogether, says Daniel S Markey. It has never been......

Employee training? Infosys is world's best

The American Society for Training and Development has rated Indian IT major Infosys Technologies Ltd as the world's best in employee training and development.Praising the training practices at......

India's billionaires' success mantras

Vijay Shekhar Sharma, worth about 7,300 crores, is India's richest entrepreneur under 40 according to Hurun's India Rich List for 2016.Anil Rai Gupta, along with his brother Vinod, has been valued......

When robots turn into surgeons

Doctors say robots reduce fatigue and give them greater precision. IMAGE: Intuitive Surgical's da Vinci Xi robot-assisted system is integrated with a patient operating room table that can be......

Technology, Mr Modi, is the god with clay feet

  Prime Minister Narendra Modi may discover from the experiences of his predecessor Rajiv Gandhi that there are limits to what technology can achieve, notes Kanika Datta Technology is back in......

Infosys money to help teach computer science to American kids

Foundation partners with Code.org to do so, with Vandana Sikka joining latter’s board Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of India’s second largest information technology services......

Priyanka: I am very greedy about my work

'Despite all the work I have done, (abroad) I am still faced with stereotypes of India, like they tell me, 'You speak really great English for an Indian.'' 'I was told when I first started the......

'If I don't get a film, I will start a canteen in Film City'

'I don’t know about being superstar, but one day if I become like Shah Rukh Khan, I will not mind that.' 'If I get the kind of films that I really want to do, and if I manage to survive in......

When Rishi Kapoor wanted a drink...

Two first time directors --- Arjun Gourisaria and Moinak Biswas --- triumphed over the Bengali language works of veterans Aparna Sen (Iti Mrinalini) and Rituparno Ghosh (Noukadubi) with......

From Mumbai's slums to Oscars' red carpet

Sagar Salunke may be heading for the kind of fame Slumdog Millionaire stars Rubina Ali and Mohammed Azhar enjoyed when their film was nominated at the Oscars last year. The young 16-year-old boy......

Capello's England wary of U.S. threat

Fabio Capello, just a child when England last met the United States at the World Cup 60 years ago, is acutely aware a repeat of that famous result on Saturday would create another sensation. As a......
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Vietnam's disappearing vintage signs are pop culture remnants of a bygone era

Since the turn of the 20th century, Vietnam has seen tremendous urban changes. Saigon became Ho Chi Minh City – a colonial, then communist,... ...

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Srinivas Kuchibhotla would have been India's future

Had the slain Indian-American engineer stayed in India, he would have earned less but his life might have been spared, Sunanda K Datta-Ray says,... ...

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A Matter of Genius

HERBERT BROWN, A winner of the Nobel Prize and one of the 20th-century giants in Chemistry, taught Professor CNR Rao while he was a doctoral... ...

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How our netas reacted to the Budget

Following the Budget being announced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, leaders across the political spectrum provided their views.  IMAGE: Finance... ...

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Will Trump take sides in the India-Pakistan dispute?

'It is highly doubtful that the Trump administration will consider inserting itself into the volatile India-Pakistan dispute, especially when he... ...

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