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'35% of India's population is under 15!'

Tim Dyson does not like the term 'population control.' It is more appropriate to call it India's family planning programme,says the Professor of Population Studies atthe Development Studies......

'Why did God pick my family to suffer?'

India Abroad, the oldest and largest circulated Indian-American weekly, has won the prestigious South Asian Journalists Association 2003 award for Outstanding Story on South Asians in North......

South Asians welcome US Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriages

Indian-American elected officials, civil rights organisations and queers welcome the United States Supreme Court historic decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide for all Americans on......

Bobby's Jindals: The family back in Malerkotla

In October 2007 Raja Sen visited Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal’s village in Punjab to find out how its residents, and relatives, feel about their oddest export. His report was......

'Both India and China must help Nepal, more so India'

'Right now, people are living under plastic tarpaulins and tin roofs' 'More than assistance, Nepal needs good understanding and support from the international community' Siddhartha Kaul, president......

The human side to the Maggi crisis

Nestle's delay in talking to employees shows how companies often forget that the HR can also walk you through troubles, notes Shyamal Majumdar Nestle India's move to request employees and all their......

Vandana Maurya's story: From a biotech researcher to a social worker

India is witnessing a radical transformation where highly qualified youngsters are giving up cushy jobs to make a difference in the lives of poor people in rural areas. Manu A......

How this start-up helps poor people get good jobs

Bengaluru-based babajob.com is trying to help unorganised blue-collar workers get better employment. Image: Team that connects the employers with the right kind of workers     On......

5 things you should know while donating to save tax

Don't end up claiming tax by just referring to Section 80G. There are some sub-sections also True charity is the desire to be useful to others with no thought of any compensation. However, in the......

Inspiring success stories of 3 entrepreneurs

Besides a great idea, it takes pluck, and some luck, to get going. Three startup entrepreneurs share their success stories with Indulekha Aravind. Image: Nithin Kamath (L) can afford to smile......

Chaar Cutting is the perfect choice for the new generation

Chaar Cutting is the perfect choice for the YouTube generation -- rich in variety and easy on the attention span, writes Paloma Sharma. Chaar Cutting, Jamuura's first feature film in......

'Jyothika's personal life had no bearing on 36 Vayadhinile'

'Before we started shooting 36 Vayadhinile, I watched Jyothika's previous films. I told her that I did not want the old Jyothika. I wanted to present a completely new Jyothika.' Director......

'I wanted the Marigold Hotel films to give very strong sense of India'

'You need to be very careful to avoid certain features and stereotypes whenever you come across a cross cultural story. I was particularly anxious to avoid that in the new film because it’s......

'If I have to compete, I might as well compete with God'

'I want people to get into the habit of paying money to see Marathi films. Otherwise, how will Marathi cinema earn revenue like Rs 100 crore?' Shreyas Talpade asks Prasanna D Zore/ Rediff.com......

Top 11 Foreign Language Films, 2014

Beautiful movies, from across the world. The year 2014 was big when it came to foreign language films, as many film festival award winners played in theatres in New York City. This year 83......

'We want Sachin, Rahul, Laxman in the BCCI'

'The BCCI believes that with great power comes greater responsibility.' 'We are conscious that the cricket world looks at us as "leaders." We will strive to lead responsibly.' Anurag Thakur, the......

'I still need to win the I-League to call myself a top level coach'

Mumbai FC coach Khalid Jamil looks back on his playing days and the challenge of coaching a professional football club in a one-on-one with Laxmi Negi/Rediff.com Khalid Jamil during a press meet......

Sports Shorts: Coric stuns Nadal in Basel, Federer advances

Borna Coric of Croatia is congratulated by Spain's Rafael Nadal (right) after winning at the Swiss Indoors ATP tennis tournament in Basel on Friday. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters Croatian......

I had no interest in shooting when I joined the army, says Jitu Rai

'I had initially gone to join the British army in Dharan, which is located in eastern Nepal.' 'I joined the Indian army in 2006 and only took up shooting a few years later, in 2008. When I joined......
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How artists and individuals creatively resisted Emergency

Anant Patwardhan's film Prisoners of Conscience on political prisoners of the Emergency The dawn of the Seventies. The promise of Independence,... ...

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The challenges of caregiving for Alzheimer's patients

With an estimated four million registered cases of Alzheimer's disease, are families in India equipped to deal with dementia patients? What does it... ...

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Let the Sangai dance

Imagine being a large mammal confined to just 10 square kilometres. Imagine surviving genetic experiments, floods, encroachments, disease and... ...

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A strange and indifferent address

I was born in Calcutta, but we moved to Bombay when I was one-and-a- half years old, maybe in early 1964. The company my father worked in had... ...

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With the Socio-Economic and Caste Census (SECC) findings projecting a grim picture of the rural India, the Congress today mounted an attack on... ...

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