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Yoga day is a good beginning, but only a beginning

India needs to build its Grand Narrative, and its cultural power needs to be forcefully projected while simultaneously hard economic and military power are also emphasised, says Rajeev Srinivasan.......

Standing tall: Charles Correa's ICONIC buildings

India’s greatest contemporary architects Charles Correa died on Tuesday night at the age of 84. He was best known for his “open-to-sky” designs, which were reflected in some of......

Magna Carta inspired Gandhi for liberty of land, says UK PM Cameron

The Magna Carta, hailed as the cornerstone of parliamentary democracy, inspired legends like Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela for liberty to their lands and people, Prime Minister David Cameron......

'One-and-a-half million Indians served in World War I'

'Over one million people served in various battlefronts during World War I. And yet, even today, we know so very little about them.' 'It is absolutely essential to acknowledge this part of India's......

'China does not consider India as equal to itself'

  'It is a pattern of behaviour of the Chinese that whenever a Chinese leader visits India or an Indian leader visits China, some incidents take place.' 'When Modi visits China, we should......

British Council library gets leisure zone

As a part of UK India Education Research Initiative, the British Councilplans to tie-up with corporate and educational institutions in India for starting several 'Lifestyle and Diversity Zones',......

Vodafone rings in the need for speed for IPL

The company backs ‘fastest network’ claim with speedtest data; to form the theme for its IPL campaign, made up of short and frequent advertisments Memorable campaigns never stop......

Shivkar Talpade: First man to fly an aircraft?

The facts remain cloaked in mystery, but the legend goes that Talpade had created a flying machine powered by mercury and solar energy, and based on ideas outlined in Vedic texts. Image: Wright......

'Rajat Gupta's conviction does not mean the end of the Indian story in America'

‘When the news of Gupta tipping Rajaratnam broke, the Establishment, which he had so carefully cultivated during his 40 years in America, quickly moved to distance itself from him. This is......

Running a small firm? Here's how you can make it big

While large businesses have deeper pockets, stronger networks and adequate market share compared to upstarts; they always face a lurking threat by these smaller firms which are nimble, agile and......

Father's Day Special: Getting to know Dev Anand

'He would never make you feel he was bigger or more important than you.''He always said 'I will die with my boots on,' and he died with his boots on. I salute him!' In the run-up to Father's Day,......

Saif Ali Khan: Islam is unpopular today

'If you go up to an average American or British citizen and tell them you are a Muslim, they look at you suspiciously. It's not a good feeling.' 'Narendra Modi is the first person to make sense......

Spoofs, kid movies rule world box office

September is not the best month for the movies; kids and college students are back in their class rooms and parents, having spent loads of money on summer vacations, think many times before going......

Did Jodhabai really exist?

Even as director Ashutosh Gowarikar is all set to release his film, Jodhaa Akbar, controversies dog the leading character.It is claimed by some historians that Jodha was not Akbar's wife, as is......

Tiger awardee Vipin Vijay speaks

He is the first Indian to win the prestigiousTiger Award at the Rotterdam International Film FestivalonJanuary 29 for his Malayalam documentary film Video Game.Meet Vipin Vijay, a student of the......
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Gateway to medieval era

Delhi's historic entrances have witnessed several interesting incidents. Gateways always lead to somewhere. Simsim led to the treasures... ...

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A freedom trail

By Sonia Nazareth You don't need to have a special interest in history to be captivated by the neatly designed trails that lead you to the Magna... ...

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Contours of creativity

WHERE ART BLOSSOMS At Batik Painting Museum Photos: Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty WHERE ART BLOSSOMS At Batik Painting Museum Photos: Sangeeta... ...

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North and South America Renewable Energy Market 2015 Policy Handbook Report

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Contours of creativity

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