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America rising anew: Biden tells US Congress

United States President Joe Biden in his maiden address to a joint session of Congress said "America is rising anew" as he identified the deadly COVID-19 pandemic and climate change as the two......

'Covid response is highly dependent on leadership'

'If you don't have a strong political leadership, however much expertise a country may have, in pandemic preparedness or infectious disease, will not matter.''It's really about having strong......

'Severity, deaths not higher, but more transmissible'

'People are just putting the mask below their nose.''They are only protecting the mouth, but not the nose.''People need to understand that it is the nose which has to be protected.' IMAGE: An......

US report calls out India over its 'several' human rights issues

India has several significant human rights issues, including unlawful and arbitrary killings, restrictions on freedom of expression and the press, corruption and tolerance of violations of......

Modi and his ministers need a thick skin

A wise politician would disarm his critics, try to take them along, co-opt them, or, at least, take the criticism in his stride.Developing a thick skin ought to be an essential part of any......

Govt has no business to be in business: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday made his strongest pitch for privatisation of non-strategic PSUs, saying the government has no business to be in business and sustaining loss-making units......

J R D Tata and the birth of Infosys

Mr Tata said a letter had arrived in his office from a young woman who had applied for the graduate engineering programme of TELCO Pune and been turned down.'I wouldn't interfere with your......

Facebook's Hate Content Crisis is Ajit Mohan's biggest headache

'The reality is no one, including some of the names that have shown up in the last few weeks, have any unilateral decision-making power in this,' Facebook India MD Ajit Mohan tells Peerzada Abrar.......

'Sashi' has large shoes to fill as HDFC Bank's new boss

Apart from navigating the bank through the Covid crisis, Jagdishan may also have to deal with the latest development on the auto loan lending practice scam. He will be expected to deliver......

'India can cut nearly 50% of its imports from China'

'India has the potential to reduce its trade deficit with China by $8.4 billion in FY21.' *Photograph: Reuters On Thursday, July 23, the government imposed restrictions on public procurement from......

Sonakshi, Taapsee lash out at Akshay, Devgn

'Let us stand together in displaying our utter and complete lack of spine, in safeguarding our hundreds of crore rupees of income and in supporting this military-style mobilisation against the very......

'For me, there's no hero or villain'

'I find drawing inspiration for characters from real life very limiting.' "People aren't software where you can draw lines," says Tandav Writer Gaurav Solanki who believes there is more to......

What sending Jallikattu to the Oscars means

To an award show that's famous for honouring artists belatedly, we have sent as our official entry one of our major film-makers's weakest work yet, feels Sreehari Nair. So I am taking my evening......

'I never like watching my films'

'I don't look forward to seeing my films because this only sort of gives me a deep sense of dissatisfaction that I could have done better, and I lose my self-confidence.' IMAGE: Satyajit Ray in......

'Shooting Star Trek is very unique'

'You are working with the best of the lot.''The best part is that they treat you equally, unlike in India.' IMAGE: Adil Hussain in Star Trek: Discovery. It's a big Friday for Adil Hussain. The......

Kolkata 2001: The Odyssey, viewed from the sidelines

20 years ago this week, India and Australia played one of the greatest Test matches in cricket history.Sreehari Nair relives the sound and the fury of that unforgettable game at the Eden Gardens.......

Baseball legend, 'Hammerin' Hank' Aaron, dies at 86

'He grew up poor and faced racism as he worked to become one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Hank never let the hatred he faced consume him.' IMAGE: Atlanta Braves legend Hank Aaron......

Harder to be bowler, easier to be batter in T20s: Ashwin

'Of course, bowling is what I enjoy. I don't mind going for runs, it's a challenge I love.' IMAGE: Delhi Capitals off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin during a nets session in Dubai. Photograph: Delhi......

Shorts: Aus human rights body to probe gymnastics abuse complaints

Image used for representational purposes. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters Australia's human rights watchdog will conduct a review of the country's gymnastics program following complaints of physical......

Ashwin on the new normal in a post COVID-19 world

IMAGE: Talking about his carrom ball, Ashwin said it roughly took him four years to develop it. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images India's premier spinner Ravichandran Ashwin feels putting......
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G7 scolds China and Russia over threats, bullying

The Group of Seven scolded both China and Russia on Wednesday, casting the Kremlin as malicious and Beijing as a bully, but beyond words there were... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/g7-scolds-china-and-russia-over-threats-bullying-rights-abuses/articleshow/82415480.cms
'I feel proud and blessed to be her son'

We asked you, Dear Readers to share what makes your mom so special. IMAGE: Achyut with his mom Shyamali Mazumder. This is what Achyut Mazumder... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/i-feel-proud-and-blessed-to-be-her-son/20210504.htm
Soli Sorabjee on choosing law as a profession

For a student of law, it is impossible to complete the first semester of the first year without encountering the landmark Kesavananda Bharati v/s... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/india/once-you-choose-law-as-a-profession-you-dont-retire-till-you-die-soli-sorabjee/articleshow/82329284.cms
US to maintain military presence in Indo-Pacific

President Joe Biden said that he has told his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping that the US will maintain a strong military presence in the... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/united-states-will-maintain-strong-military-presence-in-indo-pacific-to-prevent-conflict-joe-biden/articleshow/82304609.cms
Biden tells US Congress

United States President Joe Biden in his maiden address to a joint session of Congress said "America is rising anew" as he identified the deadly... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/pix-america-rising-anew-biden-tells-us-congress/20210429.htm

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