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The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

While Smriti Irani might bristle with faux indignation at the newspaper report, it is very clear that just as Teacher's Day was hijacked by her boss and a day of celebration became an assignment,......

Bandipur's tiger boom spells doom for those on the fringe

It was between 2010 and 2014 that wildlife biologists began to realise the heavy proliferation of tigers in the Bandipur National Park in Karnataka. The fiercely-territorial beasts are today locked......

Congress crisis: Looking for icons from decades ago

To look for lessons from Nehru's life to find a way out of the Congress' quagmire is probably futile, says Rahul Jacob  In one of his periodic immersion courses in Indian politics,......

Modi sarkar's Operation Clean Sweep

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch his dream ‘Swachh Bharat’ campaign by sweeping the streets of Delhi on Thursday.   Union Minister for Food Processing Industries Harsimrat......

'For achche din, give us at least a year'

'Understand one thing, if you want immediately and magically that things should become cheap, it's not possible. It's a long-term policy.' 'Inflation is linked to the storage system and with the......

'Road project to boost economy'

Subir Gokarn is the chief economist of Crisil, India's oldest and largest credit rating company. In that capacity, he heads the Crisil Centre for Economic Research, based in New Delhi. He also......

India-US Business Summit: What Obama, Modi said

Both leaders were committed to building stronger ties US President Barack Obama ended a landmark day in India on Monday with a pledge of $4 billion in investments and loans, seeking to release......

Rural India slowdown threatens Modi's achche din promise

More than 800 million of India's 1.25 billion people live in the countryside, accounting for 35 percent of the economy.   Sugarcane grower Nilesh Kadam has abandoned plans to buy a tractor.......

Budget may announce increase in road cess

The road ministry has put forward two proposals before the Prime Minister’s Office and the finance ministry. To boost spending on roads and highways, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is likely......

Modi's dream team to transform Indian economy

India’s new policy commission has received a makeover and a dream team has been formed to head the Think Tank, NITI Aayog. Arvind Panagariya, a free-market economist will be first Vice......

'Investing in girls is about the smartest thing you can do'

Over Dosas in Mumbai, Oscar winner Megan Mylan tells Vaihayasi Pande Daniel why she chose India and girl empowerment as the subject of her new documentary. Image: Megan Mylan (centre) with her......

Freida-starrer Trishna takes a tumble in the UK

A few good reviews did not prevent the Freida Pinto-starring Trishna from turning into a flop in the UK. The movie collected a pitiable $215,000 in two weeks and could be out of the theatres in the......

Rotocross for two and four-wheelers in Mumbai

Here's a chance for motorsports enthusiasts to parade their driving skills. On Sunday, January 29, the Rotary Club of Deonar, in association with Sportscraft, will stage a Rotary Rotocross for two......

  People speak for road projects in rural india

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Q. What are the Highlights of Union Budget 2010-11 ?
:  A. The finance minister Shri Pranab Mukherjee lays emphasis on consolidated growth, improving investment environment, inclusive development and...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/what-are-the-highlights-of-union-budget-2010-11-//answers/16641411

RAJESH  ALHAT
Q. Do you favour a project which make interest among various public schools in social work? Students from these schools going on excursion to remote villages of India to do community work ? Will you allow your children for these type of work ? By this way do you think our country can progress fast and villages will achieve self-sufficiency utilising their resources !?
RAJESH ALHAT:  A. I think there is nothing better than such projects for the students to learn about rural India.I myself have gone on two shuch excursions in my...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/do-you-favour-a-project-which-make-interest-among-various-pu/16639790/answers/8140863

Zain
Q. Have you ever used Google Earth? How useful it is ?
Zain :  A. Inquisitive has given lot many details. Now Google maps are available for mobiles. They are adding more and more features very fast. With G maps...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/have-you-ever-used-google-earth-how-useful-it-is-/8137938/answers/15842543

anantharaman
Q. Each successive govt in India, barring none, has concentrated on appeasement of rich & affluent people. Maximum amount of funds in union budgets have been utilised (allocation & actual utilisation vary vastly) to support people of this class only whether Indigenous or Imports. Common people have been neglected for far too long now. Is there any hope for them? Will there be any real people's govt ever?
Anantharaman :  A. I do not agree with you.Major irrigation projects, power projects,drinking water facilities, school education and public hospitals are all mainly...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/each-successive-govt-in-india-barring-none-has-concentrated-/15829352/answers/14624383

Audrey Tata
Q. What should India do to combat climate change?
Audrey Tata:  A. The emmission load contributed by India towards gloal warming is very low as compared to developed countries.The denudation of the green cover,...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/what-should-india-do-to-combat-climate-change/14624120/answers/14554730

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Banks sector on the cusp of a change

The Indian banking industry is on the cusp of a change with new entrants spurring innovations even as they work through stricter guidelines.... ...

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The Bystander Effect The Strange Phenomenon Of Human Apathy

12:00 am Shoma A. Chatterji explains the phenomenon of bystanders that often do not help accident or assault victims, letting them die instead.... ...

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Profile of oil industry and fuel saving tips

Listed below are a few of the main points brought out by the Ministry of Petroleum in its annual Profile Report. (1) Diesel Price Deregulation a... ...

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Modi-Obama bromance makes way for greater investments

The Make in India' tableau on January 26 showcased a mechanical lion charged with rotating cogs and wheels moving to metallic, trance-like beats as... ...

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Delhi, A Threshold

In dinon garche dakhan mein hai badi qadr-e- sukhan Kaun jaaye Zauq par Dilli ki galiyan chhod kar (These days poetry commands great respect in... ...

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