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India-Pakistan fireworks at UN serve no purpose

‘Even the most appropriate responses will neither shame Pakistan, nor convince others about the genuineness of our position.’ ‘If we ignore Pakistan and direct our energies to......

55% voting in Mumbai; CM thanks people for 'record' turnout

About 56 per cent voters on Tuesday exercised franchise across 10 municipal corporations in Maharashtra, including the all-important Mumbai civic body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation which......

5 unusual candidates contesting Mumbai civic polls

Elections for Asia’s richest civic body -- the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation -- is right around the corner (February 21) and there’s a pitched battle between the political......

Rising inequality can lead to conflict

Democracies avoid serious political turbulence only so long as they ensure that the relative level of inequality between the rich and the poor does not become excessively large, says Vice President......

Sena likely to go solo in BMC polls

Shiv Sena is “likely” to go it alone in the upcoming city civic body polls, party sources said on Sunday, even as it formally begins talks on alliance with Bharatiya Janata Party on......

Green veggies costlier by up to 100%; Onion hits 2-year high

Not only primary vegetables, but also additives like garlic, ginger and chilly have recorded a sharp increase in prices Vegetables have started slipping out of consumers’ plates due to a......

Maharashtra farmers return to mandis

Onion supply in Nashik low but is expected to normalise in a couple of days Striking farmers in Maharashtra have resumed supplying commodities after a positive response from Chief Minister......

Nepal joins China's 'One Belt One Road' initiative

Nepal on Friday inked a deal with China to join Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ambitious ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative to link Asia with Europe, a move that may worry India. The......

Is India investing enough in infrastructure?

Yes. Whilst public expenditure is kicking in, the key reason is the decline in private investment, says Vinayak Chatterjee. It is useful to start with a refresher. In the first half a century......

Why were these workers forced to go home?

Migrant workers are leaving Gujarat, PM Modi's home state, as they have no work, say Sohini Das and Vimukt Dave.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Safirul Shaikh, a migrant from West......

Ileana D'Cruz bags a Jackie Chan film

Ileana D'Cruz may have debuted in Hindi films with hits like Barfi! and Main Tera Hero but the actress couldn't really cash in on their success. But now, the actress has reportedly bagged a......

India hoopster Amjyot Gill signs up for NBA D-League

India’s most talented international basketball player Amjyot Singh Gill is all set to soar higher. After dominating in the Asian circuit over the last two years, the power forward from......

Snubbed by BCCI, Srinivasan is 2nd most influential man in Asian Sport

Indian administrators are ruling the roost in Asian sports. Although, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) barred Narayanaswami Srinivasan from attending any meeting but he is still at......

Wawrinka to defend Chennai Open 2016 crown

Two-time Grand Slam champion Stanislas Wawrinka will be back in Chennai to defend his title at the Aircel Chennai Open 2016, India and South Asia’s Premier ATP World Tour tennis......

Sim Bhullar, a man of superlatives

Simanta Roy looks beyond Sim Bhullar’s 7’5” tall, 360-pound frame to the first player of Indian descent to play in the high-profile NBA. FIRST PUBLISHED IN INDIA ABROAD......

Li Na to retire on Friday, says Chinese media

China’s two-time Grand Slam champion Li Na is poised to retire. State media CCTV-5, quoting unnamed insiders, said the 32-year-old tennis ace will announce her decision to quit the game on......
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Green veggies costlier by up to 100%; Onion hits 2-year high

Not only primary vegetables, but also additives like garlic, ginger and chilly have recorded a sharp increase in prices Vegetables have started... ...

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India-Pakistan fireworks at UN serve no purpose

‘Even the most appropriate responses will neither shame Pakistan, nor convince others about the genuineness of our position.’ ‘If... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/india-pakistan-fireworks-at-un-serve-no-purpose/20171004.htm
What the Industrial Revolution really tells us about the future of automation and work

As automation and artificial intelligence technologies improve, many people worry about the future of work. If millions of human workers no longer... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/business-economy-news/what-the-industrial-revolution-really-tells-us-about-the-future-of-automation-and-work-80072.html

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