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Ancient achievements or state-supported pseudo-science?

The 102nd Indian Science Congress, which concluded last week, saw claims on ancient aviation and surgery, and created quite a stir The 102nd Indian Science Congress will not be remembered for......

What NaMo will do in 2015

'Those who have seen the Modi government in Gujarat know that the issues related to Hindutva and issues of economy and growth function simultaneously.' 'Modi's politics are based on the......

Is BRICS a folly for India to embrace?

'To consider BRICS anything more than a temporary club with some common interests would be folly. The goal should be to induce others (Japan, ASEAN, South Africa) to align with us -- a......

Is BRICS a folly for India to embrace?

'To consider BRICS anything more than a temporary club with some common interests would be folly. The goal should be to induce others (Japan, ASEAN, South Africa) to align with us -- a......

P Sainath: How states fudge the data on declining farmer suicides

'Suicide rates among Indian farmers were a chilling 47 per cent higher than they were for the rest of the population in 2011. In some of the states worst hit by the agrarian crisis, they were well......

India's $13bn spectrum auction has room for upset

Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio submitted the highest pre-auction deposit India's telcos are gearing up for a fight. The country's mobile phone operators are preparing bids to renew airwaves in an......

Is Xiaomi Mi4 actually better than an iPhone?

The Mi4 is a very good phone but not the only option at Rs 19,999, notes Vipul Vivek.   We don't know if Arvind Kejriwal's political strategy will deliver on February 10. But without......

More government, more growth?

Given the fetish for good governance in the current political discourse, a question worth answering is, what difference does governance make to growth, rues Abheek Barua 'Good governance' falls in......

RBI's exchange rate policy should favour exports, but it doesn't

The daily movement in exchange rates should favour exporters, and not importers, in a visible transparent manner. The RBI owes this to exporters, says Sonali Ranade  The Reserve Bank of India......

Bharti Airtel may return as leader of the pack in FY14

The sun is nowhere near setting on the telecom sector. Though the decade-long boom in the voice market may be ending, the sector holds plenty of promise.Like every economy, India needs to build its......

'K Balachander was well ahead of his time'

'K Balachander redefined Tamil cinema by breaking traditional moulds, boldly exploring controversial themes and relationships.'A tribute to one of Indian cinema's most prolific filmmakers, who......

'Few paid attention to Rajesh Khanna's debut film'

When Rajesh Khanna made his Hindi film debut in 1966 with Aakhri Khat, a low budget film, few paid attention. Even fewer must have imagined that the 23-year-old would go on to become the first ever......

Vote for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's best music

Say what you want about Sanjay Leela Bhansali's movies. But when it comes to music, the man is a genius. From Khamoshi to this Friday's release Guzaarish, if there's one thing......

Writer-director Amal Neerad on his successful Malayalam film Anwar

Writer-director Amal Neerad has every reason to feel deliriously happy, as his latest Malayalam release Anwar has begun its run with whopping initials. The film starring Prithviraj, Prakash......

Hitting the Ghajini jackpot

Madhu Mantena, better known as Ghajini's producer, makes no bones about his past failures. Having jumped into business when he was all of 18 years old, forfeiting his studies, Mantena admits......

Maxwell still the Most Valuable Player in IPL-7

So 52 games have already been played in the Indian Premier League this season. Here are the Most Valuable players and some random observations by Purnendu Maji and Srinivas Bhogle. When you......

'No games security threat despite guards fiasco'

London's Olympic Games is not threatened by a major security contractor's failure to find enough staff, ministers and the head of the city's organising committee said on Sunday, seeking to quell a......

Aakash Chopra for sweeping changes in domestic structure

Former India opener Aakash Chopra believes that the "meaningless" tournaments like Duleep and Deodhar trophies should be done away with to improve the domestic cricket structure of the country.......

The going gets rough for Dhoni, the captain

Chennai Super Kings' exit from the Champions Trophy T20 is a third straight reverse for M S Dhoni. For a captain who has had fewer setbacks, compared to his triumphs, it's a bitter pill to......

Defiant Ponting vows to fight on past World Cup

Ricky Ponting has defiantly vowed to fight on as Australia's Test cricket captain despite facing the possibility of his third Ashes drubbing since taking over from Steve Waugh. Once an almost......
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