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In Goa, govt employees can now go sleeveless

  Goa's art and culture department has withdrawn its circular on dress code in office and allowed semi-formal and smart casuals for its staff in a fresh direction. The department earlier had......

'Nandy's comments can't be justified as freedom of speech'

K Satyanarayana, Dalit scholar, activist and associate professor in the Department of Cultural Studies, English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, tells Ravichandran Chakkiliyan of Dalit......

Is Kejriwal India's Kim Jong-un? Congress believes so

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is under fire over drawing up a budget of Rs 526 crore for advertising. Photograph: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images Slamming the Aam Aadmi Party government for drawing up......

Is India forever condemned to live with corruption?

Democracy is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for rooting out corruption The Opposition has demanded that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj should quit for allegedly facilitating......

Russian city bans Yoga to stifle spread of religious cults

Close on the heels of India leading worldwide International Yoga Day celebrations, Yoga classes have been banned in a central Russian city by the authorities to check spread of 'religious......

Where are the jobs? Millions of unemployed still live in hope

Mr Modi has inherited a system that taxes businessmen and fritters the money away over ministries, departments, divisions, commissions, companies, authorities and other institutions,......

PAN-based database of taxpayers in the works

Database to contain taxable financial transactions and history of any tax-paying individual. The government is working on a permanent account number (PAN)-based online repository to enable......

'Smart' database soon to check Income Tax evasion

A new ‘smart and intelligent’ database is being set up in the Income Tax department to help check tax evasion, a ‘menace’ that is ‘spoiling’ compliance culture,......

Why the child labour law should not be amended

The proposed changes to the child labour law to allow children and adolescents to work for their families would be most retrograde and regressive, say Shinzani Jain and Paranjoy Guha Thakurta.......

A test of RIL's core competence

The formidable technological challenges of building a broadband wireless network, spread across 5,000 cities and towns, will test even Reliance, notes Indrajit Gupta. It may not be long before......

The first Pakistani to win an Oscar jazzes it up

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy's next film is about aging Pakistani musicians who get a second chance because of jazz. Karachi-based Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is the first Pakistani to have won an Oscar, for......

'Kamal Haasan is a delight to work with'

'The best way to carry on that good man’s legacy is to make films like he did, love cinema like he did, and unearth talent like he did. K Balachanderis frozen forever in Uttama......

Review: Unbroken is a good film that could have been great

Unbroken's first half might seem a little vexing but the second one is where the actors' performances really shine through, says Paloma Sharma.Louis "Louie" Zamperini (1917-2014) was an......

Review: Main Aur Mr Riight is avoidable

Main Aur Mr Riight is a tad too pretentiously philosophical to be taken seriously, says Paloma Sharma."Pyau, pyau, pyau," Sing the six sidekicks of Aliya Raj (Shenaz Treasurywala), while Aliya and......

'Australia ran clean 2022 World Cup bid, others did not'

Australia soccer supremo Frank Lowy insists his country ran a clean bid to host the 2022 World Cup while others did not, even if they were sometimes naive and made mistakes. In an open letter......

NZ to grill Blatter over agenda, Oceania World Cup place

FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter talks to the press during the FIFA Post Congress Week Press Conference. Photograph: Alessandro Della Bella/Getty Images Embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter can......

'Delhi have three games at the Kotla to set things straight'

Delhi Daredevils players run to take the field. Photograph: BCCI With Delhi Daredevils having lost nine matches on the trot in the IPL, captain Jean-Paul Duminy is keen to set the record......

Why Australia are most-deserving World champions

'Coach Lehmann and captain Clarke lifted the morale of the team by allowing the players to express themselves freely on and off the field' Haresh Pandya analyses what went into the making of......

How Afghan women's cricket is crushed by bombs, threats, tradition

‘Afghanistan's cricket board does not support cricket for women, even though I have 3,700 girl cricketers’ Many Afghan cricketers learn the game as a refugee in Pakistan ‘(The......
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Queries in quarries

British sculptor Stephen Cox's connect with Mahabalipuram has not only influenced his art practice but made him aware of a lot more. British... ...

http://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/queries-in-quarries-with-british-sculptor-stephen-cox/article7389257.ece?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=RSS_Syndication
This founder sold her first startup for $110 million -here's why she's not following the same playbook for her second

Minted Mariam Naficy, CEO and founder of Minted.com Mariam Naficy built her first startup fast. It was first to market, first to grab the... ...

http://www.businessinsider.in/This-founder-sold-her-first-startup-for-110-million-160heres-why-shes-not-following-the-same-playbook-for-her-second/articleshow/47948671.cms?utm_source=ten_minutes_with&utm_medium=Referral&utm_campaign=Content_Patnership
Indian Consulate in Jaffna to Start Regular Hindi Classes

COLOMBO: In view of the enthusiasm among the Tamils of Sri Lanka's Northern Province to learn Hindi, the Indian Consulate General in Jaffna has... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/world/Indian-Consulate-in-Jaffna-to-Start-Regular-Hindi-Classes/2015/07/05/article2903853.ece
Badagu Yaksha Vaibhava to conclude this evening

Chittani Award for Dr. Kabbinale V. Bharadwaj Caption: pic. 1) Chittani Ramachandra Hegde & pic. 2) Dr. Kabbinale V. Bharadwaj Mysuru, July 5-... ...

http://www.starofmysore.com/main.asp?type=news&item=45198
Young India moves beyond corrective cosmetic surgeries

In the world of selfies and social media, teenagers want to look perfect this academic year, as do newly married couples, and young working... ...

http://m.hindustantimes.com/wellness/obsession-with-perfection-young-india-moves-beyond-corrective-cosmetic-surgeries/article1-1366054.aspx

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