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By endorsing Gita, Gandhi condoned violence: Desai

Economist and professor emeritus at London School of Economics, Lord Meghnad Desai on Friday questioned Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of non-violence in view of his endorsement of the Bhagvad Gita.......

Why terrorists struck Bangalore

Retired Professor Emeritus in the mathematics department of Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi, M C Puri, was killed and four serving scientists were injured when an unidentified gunman opened......

Why can't we have a better relationship with China?

'China's deep involvement in the stability and economic and political success of Pakistan actually produces some elements of congruence with India's core interest in a stable and productive......

Thousands hit streets of Delhi against JNU crackdown

In an unprecedented show of solidarity, thousands of students along with scholars, academics and the intelligentsia on Thursday hit the streets of New Delhi decrying the arrest of JNUSU president......

'If people get two square meals and a job, they won't take to guns'

'The only positive I see are the youth of India who were earlier just after money. The young now want to do something for society.' Winners of Indians for Collective Action awards speak about their......

'Crisis: There is scope for India to do well'

Martin Feldstein is the George F Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard University and a member of the Economic Recovery Advisory Board convened by the US President. He is also President Emeritus......

A nation of tax avoiders?

Exemptions, and the fact that farm income is outside the tax net, ensure that India’s tax-GDP ratio stays low. The view that Indians don’t pay their fair share of taxes resonates......

'Why will black money get purged?'

'Even with the restrictions of depositing more than Rs 2.5 lakh in a bank, people will find new methods to convert this cash hoard into legal tender.' WAR ON BIG NOTES IMAGE: People queue up......

Will new technology actually create large-scale unemployment?

There may be some losers as well as winners. And those who lose their jobs to the new technology will soon find other employment, says Martin Feldstein. The steady stream of improvements in......

How can globalisation succeed?

Threat to job security and plummeting labour incomes have fuelled protectionism, say Abheek Barua & Bidisha Ganguly.  The UK might not have faced the dire consequences that analysts had......
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As an historic nuclear weapons treaty is reached, G20 leaders miss the mark on North Korea

Over the weekend, more than 120 countries adopted a treaty at a UN conference that prohibits the production, stockpiling, use or threatened use of... ...

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Lenin De-Mummified

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Implement cow slaughter ban in Arunachal, says APCC president

[India], June 1 (ANI): Accusing the Centre and state governments of pursuing dictatorial paths on the issue of what to eat and what not, what to... ...

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Why can't we have a better relationship with China?

'China's deep involvement in the stability and economic and political success of Pakistan actually produces some elements of congruence with... ...

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