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'I told them India was like a giant jumbo jet. It would take off slowly and be unstoppable'

This doctor couple put their faith in India. And in return India has put faith in them. IMAGE: The Parikhs in Paris in 1984. On December 5, 1988, a cold winter evening, an Air India plane touched......

Chandrachud sworn in as CJI, says will take care of citizens in every aspect

Justice Dhananjaya Yashwant Chandrachud, who was part of the Supreme Court benches that delivered several landmark verdicts including the Ayodhya land dispute case, was sworn in as the 50th Chief......

From Ayodhya to adultery: CJI Chandrachud's landmark verdicts

Counted as a judge who enriched the ‘verdict docket' of the apex court, Justice Chandrachud is viewed as sharp, articulate and forward looking. Justice Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud, who took......

Justice Chandrachud set to become 50th CJI on Wednesday

Senior-most Supreme Court judge and Chief Justice of India-designate Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud is all set to become the 50th head of the Indian judiciary on Wednesday when President Draupadi Murmu......

Justice Chandrachud ruled on Ayodhya dispute, right to privacy, adultery

He is no stranger to the hallowed corridors of the Supreme Court over which his illustrious father presided for about seven years and four months, the longest in the institution's history. IMAGE:......

Home healthcare could be one of India's best bets

One of the biggest impediments to growth for this sector is the fact that home healthcare in India is not covered by insurance. In Delhi’s Greater Kailash, Alka Sahni began to panic as her......

Srikant Datar, 2nd Indian to be named Dean of Harvard Business School

Eminent Indian-origin academician Srikant Datar has been named as Dean of Harvard Business School, succeeding Nitin Nohria and becoming the second consecutive dean hailing from India to lead the......

Doctors, lawyers and academics on strike

Ajit Balakrishnan offers a thinking man's guide to the angst of the professions.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com I stare stupefied at headlines like these: One from last June said, 800,000......

How Banerjee-Duflo's economic theory is relevant for India

For Duflo and Banerjee, an important part of their work has been ensuring that the agency of the “beneficiaries” -- usually, in developing countries like India, poorer individuals -- is......

From someone who knows: How to do well in business

'In any business you have to achieve short-term goals.''But at the same time you have to keep your broader perspective long term.''It is good for business survival.' IMAGE: Dr Habil Khorakiwala,......

Maximum dope cheats in athletics

Report reveals high level of drug use in athletics IMAGE: Participants at the World Anti-Doping Agency Symposium for Anti-Doping Organizations in Lausanne, March 24, 2015. Photograph: Denis......

Sharapova excited about her return after doping ban

Sharapova feels vindicated and empowered after doping ban IMAGE: Court of Arbitration for Sport cut Maria Sharapova’s ban to 15 months. Photograph: Danny Moloshok/Reuters Tennis star Maria......

Medical experts want Rio Olympics delayed or moved due to Zika

IMAGE: A municipal worker stands next to a banner that reads, "Rio Carnival 2016" before spraying insecticide to prevent the spread of Zika's vector. Photograph: Pilar Olivares/Reuters More than......

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