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'Intolerance is part of democracy'

'The darkest days of Indian democracy were (during) the Emergency when basic democratic rights were suspended. For a time it seemed as though India would move along the East Asian model --......

A liberal case against a uniform civil code

A constipated, constricting UCC would be worse than the current scenario of competing personal laws, says Devangshu Datta. A few days ago, the Supreme Court asked the government to formulate a......

Fuel crisis adds to Nepal quake survivors' woes

Six months after Nepal was devastated by a massive earthquake, relief efforts are literally running out of steam as weeks of protests against a new constitution have led to a critical shortage of......

India only home for followers of dharma

It is mischievous to imply that the proposed bill to grant citizenship to persecuted Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists from other nations implies that Muslims and Christians are not Indians, says......

My father, the Param Vir Chakra Hero

In spite of being wounded in battle, Lieutenant Colonel A B Tarapore fought for six days before meeting a hero's death on the battlefield in the 1965 war. A legend in the Indian Army, he is the......

A walk through time: How HUL climbed the success ladder

While India's largest FMCG company remains a breeding ground for managerial talent, the aggression and independence that characterised its former chiefs can hardly be seen.    "It's been......

How Mercedes manages to hold its ground in India

German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz witnessed the best-ever first quarter this year since it started operations here 15 years ago. Managing Director and CEO Peter Honegg, talks about his......

Only 14% women in top management in India

The world is celebrating International Women's Day on Thursday, but few hold top positions in corporate houses worldwide as a latest survey shows that only 14 per cent of women in India make it to......

How India Post is managed

There were no streamers floating or champagne corks being popped when India Post celebrated its 150th birthday this year. Instead, the department of posts offered its employees a new set of......

Will Maggi succeed in recreating the old magic?

One aspect of reviving trust will be getting fresh brand ambassadors Five months after it was banned, Maggi noodles is back on shop shelves. As Nestle India prepares for a nationwide launch of the......

'I have survived on unusual films'

Actor Vishnu Vishal, who made his debut in director Suseenthiran's Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu, in 2009, is slowly but surely making a mark in the Tamil film industry.  After two back-to-back hits,......

Enter the world of Aamir Khan

Here's how India’s most successful film star goes about his work.Aamir Khan’s sixth-floor residence-cum-office on Carter Road in Mumbai has none of the trappings you would associate......

West Ham's position in the table motivates the players: Bilic

IMAGE: Slaven Bilic manager of West Ham United celebrates his team's second goal during the Premier League match againstd Chelsea at Boleyn Ground. Photograph: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images......

India on threshold of historic Test series win in Sri Lanka

IMAGE: Virat Kohli (centre) celebrates with Lokesh Rahul (on ground) after taking the catch to dismiss Sri Lanka's Dinesh Chandimal (not pictured) during Day 4 in the third and final Test in......

Boxing Day Test to stay in Melbourne Cricket Ground

Australian Test captain Michael Clarke. Photograph: Alex Morton/Reuters The celebrated Boxing Day Test will remain in Melbourne, Cricket Australia said today, after a report that......

Copa America PHOTOS: Chile down Uruguay to reach semis amid high drama

‘There's a bitter taste in our mouths’ Chile's Mauricio Isla (on ground) celebrates a goal against Uruguay with teammates during their quarter-finals Copa America. Photograph: Henry......

'The bowling unit is combining well and has been very impressive'

Indian players celebrate the fall of a Bangladesh wicket during the World Cup quarter-final at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Impressed with the......
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