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'Nobody wants replay of the tragedy'

It has been three weeks since Mumbai was attacked, and the sights and sounds of the siege are fresh in most Mumbaikars's minds as they try to make sense of what happened. One of the most vivid......

In memory of Abdul Kalam, a true hero

People like Dr Kalam teach us to dream and to chase our dreams. It is their humility that they wore on their sleeves that makes them truly great people. While we weep for a true Ratna that has left......

Nature's fury turns Nepal into a ghost town

The scenic mountainous valley, which earlier bustled with presence of foreign tourists, now wear a deserted look. Kunal Dutt reports An earthquake victim sits on the rubble of a house as he waits......

This quake is worse than Latur, says Nepal survivor

For a 43-year-old doctor from Maharashtra, the sight of a shaking hotel in Kathmandu where he stayed when the killer quake stuck Nepal, brought back memories of the massive quake in his native......

How India should handle the Ghani visit

The India-Afghanistan relationship does not have to be a template of each country’s relations with Pakistan, and Delhi will do well to leave it to Ghani to redefine the parameters of......

How 2 young engineers transformed a Bihar village

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......

Having Robots for 'Make in India' is not a bad idea

Robots, it turns out, are more reliable welders than their human counterparts. There are typically 3,500 welding points in a car; so reducing human error means the production line has to be halted......

US Fed signals the end of crisis-fighting

After a two-day meeting, the United States Federal Reserve's policy-setting committee did the expected: it dropped the description of its monetary policy stance as "patient".  This was in......

A peek into the flashy lifestyles of India's richest businessmen

Indian billionaires do not believe in sitting on their wealth. They'd rather go out and a buy a plane or two, or an expensive car, or maybe a horse. Here's a look at the lifestyles and interests of......

The illustrious journey of India's 5 best selling cars

Some cars that are emblematic of India’s automobile industry will no longer come off the assembly lines after this year. Image: An enduring symbol of the Indian car. Photograph:......

How Bajrangi Bhaijaan subverts ideology

'The most important aspect of Bajrangi Bhaijaan is the use of humour to touch some sensitive and potentially explosive political-religious and cultural subjects,' says Mohammad Asim Siddiqui. If......

Review: Indru Netru Naalai is a total entertainer

Debutant director Ravi Kumar deserves all the credit for Indru Netru Naalai, writes S Saraswathi. Science fiction and comedy sounds like an unusual combination, but it seems to have worked......

Review: Kangana is a double delight in Tanu Weds Manu Returns!

Tanu Weds Manu Returns is not merely superior to its predecessor but the flamboyance and fun it provides is an implication we're not quite done with this mad duo yet, writes Sukanya Verma.......

Review: Dum Laga Ke Haisha is genuinely sweet

Dum Laga Ke Haisha is so simple that it never gives you a single moment of unpredictability, writes Raja Sen.  There’s a lot to be said for the 1990s, and Kumar Sanu doesn’t......

The Top 10 Moments from the Oscars 2015

The rather drab 87th Academy awards wasn't without its share of high points.It wasn’t the finest, funniest event, but the Oscars gave out more well-deserved awards this year than they......

Images: Sights and sounds from Mumbai Cyclothon

How often is a hardworking Mumbaikar willing to let go of his Sunday morning sleep? Not many times, you'd say. But on Sunday, most citizens, from tiny tots to youngsters, corporates and......

I don't need to win another Wimbledon: Serena

‘I get nervous every time I walk out on the court. I think that is a special feeling’ USA's Serena Williams plays a forehand. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images If Serena......

World's fastest woman sets sights on attaining greatness

‘I just believe there's more I can do in the sprints’ Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica celebrates. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, the world's......

IN PHOTOS: 'Beware of Tiger' at Augusta National

Woods possesses an undeniable comfort level around Augusta ‘In my book, he's arguably the best player who has ever played the game’ ‘I saw him hit some shots and it looked......

'Dhoni is a very good One-day leader, an average-to-poor Test captain...'

It's a lump-in-the-throat moment for Indians to see their team knocked out in the semis by Australia, but clearly the better team on the day made it to the final.For India, it was a long and......
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Special Being James Anderson

To be James Anderson is to be in constant conflict between pleasing the fans and finding the right balance to maintain form Over 200 years... ...

http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/73855/being-james-anderson
Narendra Modi's Ghar Wapasi for Maoists

NEW DELHI:The Narendra Modi government is planning to launch spectacular psychological operations—or PsyOps—to prevent recruitment by Naxals... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/thesundaystandard/Narendra-Modis-Ghar-Wapasi-for-Maoists/2015/08/02/article2952506.ece
Saikat Majumdar's 'The Firebirds'

Ostensibly a growing up tale set against a vibrant Kolkata when the Communist Party was making inroads, The Firebird is about the many... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/lifestyle/review-book-review-saikat-majumdar-s-the-firebirds-2110268
Reparations from the Raj

Shashi Tharoor's recent speech at the Oxford Union, stale jokes and all, about imperial reparations from Britain satisfied a yearning among... ...

http://www.thestatesman.com/news/opinion/reparations-from-the-raj/79578.html
PsyOps to Deal with Naxal Propaganda in Tribal Areas

NEW DELHI: The Narendra Modi Government is planning to launch spectacular psychological operations - or PsyOps - to prevent recruitment by Naxals... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/PsyOps-to-Deal-with-Naxal-Propaganda-in-Tribal-Areas/2015/08/02/article2952949.ece

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