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'We need to stop thinking about how older people are a burden to society'

Distinguished Indian American professor of psychiatry and neurosciences Dr Dilip V Jeste has been appointed the first associate dean for Healthy Aging and Senior Care at the University of......

How Sangh plans to 'decolonise' education

The RSS realises that with a majority BJP government at the Centre and in several states, now was the best time to undermine and perhaps outdo the Congress-Left ‘stranglehold’ over......

Trump has already won the war of ideas

Donald Trump has forced the sophisticated to reveal their real selves, which are as vicious as that of any status quoist in the world, says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. There have always been two......

When a seat at the White House table becomes meaningless

'Having a voice at the table means the other side has to show up to listen. It became clear that wouldn't happen,' says actor Maulik Pancholy, one of the 10 members who resigned this week from the......

'Pakistan's nuclear plans directed at Indian incursion into Pakistan'

'If Indian armed forces entered Pakistan and succeeded in inflicting major damage on the Pakistani army and occupied territory in the Pakistani heartland, there is reason to think the Pakistani......

'Great danger India will waste its demographic dividend'

'... for two reasons: the poor quality of education, and the low rate of female participation in the labour force.' 'Unless something is done quickly to remedy these problems, India will just have......

Retirement homes? You must read this!

Developers are coming up with societies specifically designed for senior citizens. One can live there after turning 55 Retirement homes’ segment might be at a nascent stage in India but with......

'No big Indian IT company is headed by a woman'

Physical security for women, the first step towards getting them into factories and offices, is all but absent in most Indian cities, notes Kanika Datta. Image: In India, no ITeS company can......

India's wealth inequality: The real story behind the numbers

If India has more billionaires than before, it is because the Indian economy began to look more attractive to FIIs, notes T N Ninan.  The World Bank, in its report on inequality in South Asia,......

'Modi village' is Varanasi's new hot spot

Jayapur, with a population of a little over 4,200, was like most other villages before Prime Minister Narendra Modi adopted it on November 7. Narayan Patel is a busy man these days. Apart from......

'I won this at the 'last ever' Golden Globes'

'Once, when I was standing around on the set one day, whining about something -- you know we were gonna work through supper or the long hours or whatever, Tommy Lee Jones said to me, 'Isn't it such......

Two chameleons cross each other on the street

'The best Indian movies today are ones that portray life as "something that doesn't end when the movies do".' 'There's no real arc to traverse or easy lessons to learn. And Irrfan and Nawazuddin --......

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......

Top 11 Foreign Language Films, 2014

Beautiful movies, from across the world. The year 2014 was big when it came to foreign language films, as many film festival award winners played in theatres in New York City. This year 83......

The MOST VIOLENT Scenes in Hindi Movies

American author Mary McCarthy once wrote, 'In violence, we forget who we are.'     And this loss of sanity is depicted quite regularly on screen to lay emphasis on the prevalent......
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Yes, giving money to very poor people will make their lives better — just ask Ecuador

Is eradicating poverty, a goal the United Nations’ hopes to achieve by 2030, actually feasible? New research out of Ecuador says yes – if... ...

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Racial discrimination putting kids at asthma risk

Discrimination is contributing to paediatric asthma rates among African American and Latino youths, according to a recent study. The investigators... ...

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How Sangh plans to 'decolonise' education

The RSS realises that with a majority BJP government at the Centre and in several states, now was the best time to undermine and perhaps outdo the... ...

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Everyone needs to grow for you to succeed !

Why do Indian Start-ups fail? Mostly because they have a narrow understanding of what Scaling-Up Means. Roots of Scaling Up Philosophy There is a... ...

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Trump has already won the war of ideas

Donald Trump has forced the sophisticated to reveal their real selves, which are as vicious as that of any status quoist in the world, says T C A... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/trump-has-already-won-the-war-of-ideas/20170307.htm

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Coming to India and making

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