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The case for banning opinion polls

A recent academic paper on probability theory shows how beliefs are influenced by interpretations of data rather than the data itself, says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. Ever since Indira Gandhi turned......

Why India should be worried even though tiger numbers are up

Image: An Indian Royal Bengal tiger at the South Khairbari nature park near Siliguri. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters   'We are rushing to 'develop' without carefully valuing natural......

Pravasi Special: Friends of India

‘India today has to fight many a battle, all of which cry out for innovation. This is where the experience of the Diaspora could be the most productive well-spring,’ says Shreekant......

What may have gone wrong with AirAsia QZ8501

Don't look for a single cause -- a combination of factors is needed to bring down any plane, says Shakti Lumba, a retired pilot with over 35 years experience.In the hysteria that follows an......

Five truths about India

India's politics has grown more regionalised, yet powerful forces of centralisation remain intact, says Milan Vaishnav, an associate in the South Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for......

New GDP data: IMF comes to India's aid

The GDP estimates incorporate new source data and modified compilation techniques India has got help from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on 'back-casting' of the new GDP series to provide......

Three game-changing ideas that India ever had in past 50 years

Despite our overly loud public adherence to democracy, political parties and their leaders appear to treat its accoutrements as necessary evils to be tolerated in their quest for power,......

Indian economy is growing but Modi's 'achchhe din' far away

As the new regime takes stock after six months, achchhe din (good days) still appear some distance away, notes Devanghsu Datta. Image: India's economy is on growth path. Photograph: Kind Courtesy,......

Why the long-term bullish trend remains intact for markets

Although the current long-term bullish trend is intact, markets are awaiting clarity on the taper and the Assembly election results, says Devangshu Datta. Traders, who cheered when Janet......

COLUMN: SC right to reject Novartis's attempt

Novartis’ threat that it would not introduce new medicines in India after the verdict is hollow, says Anand Grover.While the patients and the generic companies have rejoiced over the Supreme......

Where have you heard these songs before?

It's a known fact that Bollywood looks westwards for inspiration for scripts as well as tunes.   The most recent example is the chartbuster song Munni Badnaam Hui from Dabangg,......

Fondly remembering Vishnuvardhan

Aptharakshaka, the late 'Sahasasimha' Vishnuvardhan's 200th Kannada film is all set to hit the theatres. On the occasion of its release, the popular actor's family, friends, co-stars and......

No new films? Watch these classics

The producers-multiplex feud shows no sign of ending, and new releases keep off theatres until the end of May. But don't fret, this is the time to catch up on those classic DVDs! We asked some......

CL: Anelka hits two as Chelsea cruise in Copenhagen

Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka offered a reminder of his striking prowess on Tuesday with both goals in a comfortable 2-0 win over FC Copenhagen in their Champions League last 16, first leg match.......

India look to seal the series in fourth ODI

Having gained a 2-1 lead after registering back-to-back victories in the last two games against the Proteas, India go into the fourth ODI at Port Elizabeth seeking to clinch their first-ever series......

Images: India steamroll Kiwis in Nagpur

Spinners Harbhajan Singh and Pragyan Ojha wreaked havoc on a turning track as India recorded one of their most convincing Test wins by thrashing New Zealand by an innings and 198 runs in third and......

Technophobe FIFA look ever more isolated

FIFA's refusal to use technology to help decide on close calls has left soccer isolated in major international sport, clinging to the idea that human error is somehow preferable to computer-backed......

Images: Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Daredevils

Mumbai Indians stumper Chandan Madan (15), playing in his first game in the IPL, began proceedings against Delhi Daredevils with a couple of boundaries in the first over by Ashish Nehra. Sachin......
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What is speaker burn-in?

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Indian retail industry fueling need for data scientists

In an exclusive interaction, Navin Dhananjaya, chief solutions officer, Ugam Solutions, talked about how e-commerce players, online marketplaces... ...

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