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Why cities like Paris and Mumbai are victims of terror

'As Mumbai showed, and the Nairobi Westgate Mall attack reinforced, "guerrilla-style terrorism" has increasingly become the method-of-choice for terrorist groups,' says terrorism expert David......

Chhota Rajan's revenge

Gangster Chhota Rajan, arrested in Bali on Monday and who is likely to be extradited to India, was not one to forgive or forget easily. Mumbai’s foremost crime writer S Hussain Zaidi recalls......

The lady behind one of Time's 100 influential people

Sheela Bhatt meets Bharti Patel, whose son Dr Vikram Patel was recently ranked one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people, to find out her recipe for a remarkable upbringing. IMAGE: 'Once......

She saw Goddess Durga surrounded by sadness

Wiccan and corporate lawyer Deepta Roy Chakraverti talks to Chandrima Pal about her book that chronicles her psychic investigations into what she says are unnatural occurrences in familiar places.......

As 'America's Doctor,' Vivek Murthy will hit the ground running

More than a year after he was nominated by President Barack Obama, the US Senate, defying the powerful pro-gun lobby National Rifle Association, voted to confirm Dr Vivek Hellegere Murthy as the......

Indian professors clear outsourcing test

Pankaj Sarma (name changed), associate professor with an Indian business school, earns Rs100,000 every month for evaluating papers written by students in the US. This is apart from his salary of Rs......

Gujarat is India's most business friendly state

Gujarat is the best place in India country to do business, says the World Bank's ranking on ease of doing business in states, a list that has BJP-ruled states occupying four of the top five......

50 years later, will Moore's Law last?

A 2005 photograph of Gordon E Moore While chips have become ubiquitous, Moore’s Law has remained a self-fulfilling prophecy even half a century later. Not bad for an industry where the time......

How fast is India growing?

It is necessary and worthwhile to restore credibility to India's national income and growth estimates, rues Shankar Acharya How fast is the Indian economy growing? What is the sectoral composition......

Infy's former-US recruiter says firm favoured hiring Indians

Infosys has been in the eye of the storm on alleged violation of H-1B and business visa norms on several occasions in the USIn an interesting turn of events, a former recruiter in the US who was......

'I never thought Baa would become so popular!'

Veteran actress Sudha Shivpuri, known for her role as Baa on Ekta Kapoor's hugely popular telly soap Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, passed away, on May 20 in Mumbai. She was 77. We......

Celebrating Zohra Sehgal

Veteran actress Zohra Sehgal passed away into the ages on July 10, in Delhi. The actress, who celebrated her 102nd birthday in April, was last seen in films like Saawariya and Cheeni Kum (both......

Sanjay Dutt's biography on the cards?

His life has always been under intense scrutiny for his tyrst with drugs in his younger years, failed marriages, infamous association with the 1993 Mumbai blasts, jail stints and Bollywood career.......

Girl Who Played With Fire is thrilling

Aseem Chhabra reviews The Girl Who Played With Fire Fans of the late Stieg Larsson's hugely popular Millennium trilogy (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl......

Mira Nair, Abraham Verghese in conversation

Over a decade ago, Mira Nair turned Dr Abraham Verghese's best-selling memoir My Own Country into a well-received telly film starring Naveen Andrews. On Wednesday, Nair and Verghese met at Asia......

FIFA scandal: Banks did not do enough, says global agency

Activists from advocacy group Avaaz demonstrate near the Hallenstadion, in Zurich. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters A global group of government anti-money-laundering agencies said that financial......

Find out why UEFA is fed up with FIFA

Image: UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino. Photograph: Harold Cunningham/Getty Images for UEFA European football's governing body UEFA are fed up with hearing about the continuing crisis at......

Older model helmet did Hughes in, claims manufacturer

Phillip Hughes of South Australia bats on Day 1 of the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia before getting hit at Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday. Photograph: Mark......

Sports Shorts: Nadal recovering satisfactorily from appendicitis

Rafael Nadal of Spain. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Rafael Nadal is recovering satisfactorily from appendicitis and will continue a course of antibiotics in a bid to be fit for the......

Player strike looms over West Indies tour opener against India

West Indies' players are seen during practice in Mumbai last week. Photograph: PTI A strike could hit West Indies' tour opener against India on Wednesday due to a row between leading West Indies......
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Tamil Nadu's deadly rains hit industries hard

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Product thinking? Why is it a secret sauce for the IT industry?

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