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Why Gujarat model won't work in Delhi

While a centralised approach to running things expedited decision-making in Gujarat, it may become the very thing that decelerates policies in the Centre, opines Nilmadhab Mohanty. After......

'Caste will be irrelevant when idol worship becomes irrelevant'

'Without destroying idol worship, you cannot destroy caste because idol worship keeps religious communities in its religious ideology. The RSS is a big promoter of idol worship.' 'They may have an......

Modi's Mongolia visit is important too

India should enhance its economic, cultural and defence ties with Mongolia. It is high time Modi should focus on gaining clout in smaller Asian countries such as Mongolia. It is in this context,......

'Hinduism has been failed by seculars and the right-wing'

'The real danger in India right now is that identity politics is being stoked in extremely dangerous ways.' 'The narrative you get about churches in the mainstream Indian media and the narrative......

'We are only saying don't eat what we consider sacred'

'Muslims and Christians should understand that the cow is sacred to us. It is not good for health. They should eat something else.' 'Our mission is cow development. We want to produce rivers of......

From Illinois to Jawhar: Shriya helps tribal women make a living

India is witnessing a radical transformation where highly qualified youngsters are giving up cushy jobs to make a difference in the lives of people in rural areas. Manu A B/Rediff.com tracks......

'We know India can run -- judging by cricket -- but can it fly?'

The elements are all aligned to make India a global powerhouse, says IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde. Good afternoon -- Namaste! Dear faculty members, students, and distinguished guests,......

Corporate leaders whose moves will be most watched in 2015

Few leaders from India Inc that will make India proud in 2015. Arundhati Bhattacharya: New-age leader of SBI She is the first woman chairman of State Bank of India (SBI), where she has held a......

'New breed' Indian Diaspora has its heart in the right place

Indians all over the US are going beyond being human and are learning to be humanitarian and expand their philanthropy activities finds Ajailiu Niumai. 'The raising of extraordinarily large sums of......

We can restore the growth momentum, PM tells Indonesian newspaper

India regards Indonesia as one of its most important partners in the neighbourhood, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in an interview he gave to the Indonesian newspaper Kompas on the eve of his visit......

Which of these stars will bag an Oscar this year?

None of the male Best Actor Oscar nominees are featured in a big hit. Even as Crazy Heart is expanding across America and will soon open abroad, it could still be an arthouse hit -- that means it......

Games security stayed in shadows, kept focus on sport

From ordinary police on the beat to the shadows of Britain's security establishment, the sighs of relief are almost audible. Terrorism is an act of theatre, an adage goes, but thanks to firm and......
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Arun Maira | Building a jobs machine

Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint People want to stand on their own feet, look after themselves, earn their own incomes. The principal strategy for... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/n6s8doPZFkmMMdFAkZLH4L/Arun-Maira--Building-a-jobs-machine.html
The challenges of caregiving for Alzheimer's patients

With an estimated four million registered cases of Alzheimer's disease, are families in India equipped to deal with dementia patients? What does it... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/lifestyle/report-care-to-remember-the-challenges-of-caregiving-for-alzheimer-s-patients-2101780
Dams, pollution biggest threats to Himalayan rivers

For most pilgrims on their way to Kedarnath, Srinagar in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand is just a town they might stop at for a cup of tea or a... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/indias-water-security-crisis-dams-pollution-and-climate-change-biggest-threats-facing-himalayan-rivers/articleshow/47940702.cms
Delhi and its Babus Worst Hit by State-Centre Power Struggle

NEW DELHI:Governance seems to have taken a backseat due to administrative squabbles in the Delhi government. As the AAP government is busy in... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/thesundaystandard/Delhi-and-its-Babus-Worst-Hit-by-State-Centre-Power-Struggle/2015/07/05/article2902462.ece
Keeping China in mind, PM Modi seeks to expand India's footprint during Central Asia visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be embarking on a whirlwind tour of all five Central Asian countries and Russia on 6 July, a clever bit of... ...

http://m.firstpost.com/world/keeping-china-in-mind-pm-modi-seeks-to-expand-indias-footprint-during-central-asia-visit-2327342.html

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