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Warriors of the fake news era

'It all runs on sugar-coated lies.''If I like something, I will want to believe it.'Ranjita Ganesan finds out how some organisations are separating fact from fiction to fight the ravages of the......

Nila Vikhe Patil, Swedish politics' Indian star

Her great grandfather began sugar co-operatives in Maharashtra.Her grandfather was an eight time MP.Her uncle is currently leader of the Opposition in the Maharashtra assembly.Her cousin joined the......

MUST READ: How India, China can work together

'As China rises and India grows to reclaim their earlier positions on the world stage as two of the largest economies and most important countries, there will indeed be some contention between......

Modi-Xi meet: Chinese defence minister to visit India next month

IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Chinese President Xi Jinping at the 10th BRICS Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Thursday. Photograph: @MEAPhotogallery/Flickr Prime Minister......

Yoga Day: Mamata, Kumaraswamy, Kejriwal skip events

The International Yoga Day celebrations in West Bengal were a low-key affair on Thursday with neither Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee nor any of her ministers participating in any yoga session......

Oxfam slams rich nation on subsidy

A report by international agency Oxfam on Monday flayed rich countries for using World Trade Organisation, as the "battleground to force poor nations to open their markets and then dumping excess......

India will continue to be world's No 1 sugar producer

'India is there to stay as it has always been a consumer.''Its consumption has been huge, mainly due to demographics.' Photograph: Mahipal Soni/Rediff.com Global sugar markets are facing an......

150 years on: How the Tatas flew with their dreams

The Tata empire turns 150 this year.R Gopalakrishnan, former director, Tata Sons Ltd, imagines a conversation among the group's founder Jamsetji, his son Dorabji, his successor, Nowroji Saklatwala,......

India must grow at 8 or 9%. 7.75% ain't enough

'A sustainable growth rate of 8 per cent is evidently some distance away,' says T N Ninan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh Annual reports on countries, done by the World Bank and International Monetary......

Global food prices down by 19% in 2015, says FAO

International food prices dipped by 19 per cent in the last year, the fourth consecutive annual fall, because of substantial decline in dairy, sugar and veg oil prices according to the United......

Murali fit for charity match

Sri Lanka off spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has passed himself fit to participate in the fundraising match for tsunami victims between an ICC World XI and an Asian XI in Melbourne on Monday.Also......

Termite helps Iraq get back the boxing bug

Texan pest controller Maurice "Termite" Watkins went to Iraq a year ago to kill bugs. Now, he is preparing Iraq's national boxing team for the Olympic Games.It did not take long before word got......

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