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Why this hullabaloo about English in the UPSC test?

What we need to do straightaway is to get our act together and educate children better than merely award degrees. Since English cannot be thrown away, it would be better to learn it well. The crux......

Hindi-Japani Bhai Bhai!

'Both nations have a common problem: A rampaging, jingoistic and hostile China which is making substantial territorial claims. In the long run, Japan and India are going to be the victims of......

Why it's tough to be a reporter

A journalist must perform various roles, be passionate yet detached, feels Gopalkrishna Gandhi A journalist’s life is not easy Whose is? Nobody’s! True, but others do not have to be......

Has Change really come to Bihar?

What is Change really like in Bihar? Once denounced as a failed state, what turnaround has Bihar made in recent years? Archana Masih reports from India's other most talked about state. When our......

US judge Srinivasan a step closer to creating history

  US Principal Deputy Solicitor General Srikanth ‘Sri’ Srinivasan on Wednesday moved a step closer to creating history, reports Aziz Haniffa.   Srikanth ‘Sri’......

I don't share Moody's pessimism: Rangarajan

Moody’s Investors Service had flagged the subdued rural economy as a 'credit negative' for India's sovereign rating Former Reserve Bank of India Governor C Rangarajan (photographed below) on......

Remembering Charles Correa and his 'breathing' buildings

India's foremost architect and town planner was renowned as much for his 'breathing' spaces as for his irascible personality Obituaries can be hagiographic, at least in the immediate aftermath of......

Modi slams developed nations for questioning India's green norms

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday hit out at the developed countries for questioning India's credentials in curbing environmental pollution and said those who ‘lecture’ the country......

Walmart India head may meet Sitharaman

The $476-billion retail chain, Walmart, has been seeking a meeting with the government since May but could not make much headway, according to sources. Under pressure from the US, the government......

Arvind Panagariya: An advocate of growth-boosting policies

He was most recently credited as one of the brains behind labour law reforms in Rajasthan Renowned Columbia University professor Arvind Panagariya will be the first vice-chairman of the newly......

Review: Happy New Year will make you feel good BUT...

... The feeling won't last too long, says Paloma Sharma. Five minutes after you have exited the theatre, Happy New Year’s most popular song Indiawale will still be echoing......

Kambakkht Ishq is a weak film

If an American were to scratch his chin and look scrutinisingly at Bollywood, perhaps the best way to explain the Akshay Kumar phenomenon would be to label him India's answer to Will Smith. Both......

'Indian cricket's colourful story is still being written'

'What is true khadoos? Stubborn? Dogged? Unyielding? Relentless? Or something in between that? Or all of it together?' 'Just like you can't translate it, you can't teach a kid to be khadoos either.......

Gilchrist bats for T20 at the Olympics

The popularity of cricket in the subcontinent hasn't really translated on to a global stage.Similarly, theSummer Olympics, the world's biggest sporting extravaganza, doesn't enjoy as much......
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Former Reserve Bank of India Governor C Rangarajan on Tuesday was emphatic that the growth this year would be 7.5 to eight per cent. Moody's... ...

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Earlier this week, on Wednesday night, Movin Miranda flew in from Kuala Lumpur to join his team "We Are Like This Wonly" in Bengaluru, with another... ...

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