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'It won't be easy for Sasikala to take over the AIADMK'

'Sasikala definitely has an emotional advantage over the others, but there are very seasoned politicians with a strong support base.''For the time being, they may toe her line.' Dr P Sudarshan, an......

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......

The scary messages from the Saran riots

IMAGE: A shop set on fire in Chhapra, Bihar, in the violence. 'Consider this image of today's youth in Bihar -- armed with a bike, a smartphone and possibly some illegal arms too, imbibing......

'Modi will continue the engagement with Pakistan'

'Diplomatic engagement will continue even as India keeps all its options open with respect to discretely targeting the Pakistani military and its terrorist proxies.' IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra......

EXCLUSIVE! How the Naga Accord was reached

'In the first meeting of this new year, we took a joint new year resolution that we will complete it this year. At the time things were not very clear, but the mood was clear that yes, we must......

Why not a 'Bad Bank'?

'Let's walk on two legs: Facilitate better resolution under the present system and set up PARA as well by transferring loans amounting to, say, Rs 1 lakh crore,' says T T Ram Mohan.Illustration:......

Infy CEO Vishal Sikka gets thumbs-up from investors

Investors also appreciate the role being played by the founders; analysts, too, remain unperturbed. Image: CEO Vishal Sikka with Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy. Large investors of Infosys,......

Lessons from the Mistry-Tata confrontation

Successors work hard, and many of them succeed and stay for many years.'But when they don't it is best to be civil and part ways than seek confrontation which might prove acrimonious and......

What Tata's new leader must do

'The Tata group will need for its new leader to show the same foresight and willingness to go against conventional wisdom to keep the group's aspirations high and uphold the values of innovation,......

'The energy of the youth is driving India's economy'

'India's economy is growing faster compared to the developed economies of the world.''More importantly, it is growing faster compared to most of the developing economies.''The monsoon is not the......
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Why not a 'Bad Bank'?

'Let's walk on two legs: Facilitate better resolution under the present system and set up PARA as well by transferring loans amounting to, say, Rs... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/column/why-not-a-bad-bank/20170323.htm
19th Asian Security Conference amid India's security inconsistencies

Col Anil Bhat, VSM (Retd.) New Delhi [India], Mar. 15 (ANI): The 19th Asian Security Conference of the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/19th-asian-security-conference-amid-indias-security-inconsistencies-news-national-rdptKnidbdgig.html
Infy CEO Vishal Sikka gets thumbs-up from investors

Investors also appreciate the role being played by the founders; analysts, too, remain unperturbed. Image: CEO Vishal Sikka with Infosys founder... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/infy-ceo-vishal-sikka-gets-thumbs-up-from-investors/20170211.htm
how the pet trade is killing off many animal species

Global biodiversity loss doesn't just result from the destruction of habitats , or even hunting species for meat . A huge number of species are... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/environment-news/trading-in-extinction-how-the-pet-trade-is-killing-off-many-animal-species-1486462497.html

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