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JNU student Sharjeel Imam's bail plea rejected in 2019 Jamia rioting case

A Delhi court on Friday denied bail to Jawaharlal Nehru University student Sharjeel Imam in a sedition case lodged against him for allegedly delivering an inflammatory speech and inciting violence......

'I see my students as change-makers'

'The easy availability of funds has enabled us to not only hire the best faculty, but has also made it possible for us to retain them with the best possible infrastructure -- labs, grants etc,'......

Cambridge to honour J C Bose with plaque

Britain's Cambridge University will put up a special memorial plaque in honour of its almuni, Indian scientist Jagdish Chandra Bose, to mark the Nobel Laureate's 150th birth anniversary. Bose will......

India-China war 'accidental:' Galbraith

Professor John Kenneth Galbraith looms large over the tumultuous period in the Indo-US relations of 1962-63 -- and not just because he is 6'11".His rapport with then President John F Kennedy was......

'We are in search of a Shiva to consume the poison from banking system'

'Should the government be in the business of running banks?''Particularly when it does not have the fiscal strength to continuously infuse capital into such banks?'   Tamal Bandyopadhyay is a......

'Gita is one of the world's outstanding economists'

Although the first woman to hold the position of chief economist at IMF, it would be wrong to see her appointment through the lens of gender, notes Indivijal Dhasmana.Illustration: Dominic......

Textile exports: Even Bangladesh is better than India!

The primary problem is that India's garment factories are too small and they typically have 150 people and about 80 machines, says Rahul Jacob. Image: World would scarcely notice if India stopped......

The return of the activist State

The middle class's long push to force the State to retreat from the economy may be reversing, says Ajit Balakrishnan. There is probably a generation of Indians, now in their twenties and early......

The Sen-Bhagwati slugfest: Not the 1st in history

Is the unfolding Sen-Bhagwati debate likely to have the same impact on economic policy in India as Hayek versus Keynes had on the West? At a time of economic crisis, a distinguished group of......

Freddie Mercury, 25 years after the candle went out

Remembering The Great Showman of Rock music. Have 25 years passed since Freddie Mercury left us? Why, it seems like yesterday. Freddie was just 45 when AIDS snuffed out his incandescent existence......

Shaadi Se Pehle: Timepass!

The mind is its own place. In itself, it maketh a heaven of hell and hell of heaven--John Milton. This pearl from the legendry English poet aptly sums up director Satish Kaushik's directorial......

Experimental India set for Zimbabwe ODI series sweep

IMAGE: India's players celebrate the dismissal of Zimbabwe's Sikandar Raza in the second ODI in Harare on Saturday. Photograph: Zimbabwe Cricket/Twitter Having done exceedingly well to not just......

Will India batters get more game time in 2nd ODI?

IMAGE: Shubman Gill and opening partner Shikhar Dhawan, struck a half-century each and were the only two batters who got some time in the middle in the opening ODI against Zimbabwe on Thursday.......

1st ODI: All eyes on skipper KL Rahul as India get ready to steamroll Zimbabwe

IMAGE: For Zimbabwe, the aim would be to become the proverbial banana peel on which Rahul and his men can slip as a series win for 'Men in Blue' would hardly win them any accolades but a defeat......

KL Rahul to lead Team India in Zimbabwe

IMAGE: K L Rahul is fit to lead team India. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images Senior opener KL Rahul will be leading the Indian team in the three-match ODI series in Zimbabwe after being......

Women's Euros PICS: Germany, Spain score big wins

Images from the Women's European Football Championship matches in England on Friday. IMAGE: Alexandra Popp scores Germany's fourth goal in the Euro 2022 Group B match against Denmark, at Brentford......

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