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India continues to score self-goals

The pandemic has brutally highlighted the inadequacy of India's administrative systems.And the government has demonstrated its culpable inability to speed up vaccination in a timely manner, argues......

How Nehru could have saved Tibet from China

Claude Arpi deserves to be complimented for the commitment and hard work that have gone into this production.The frustrations of seeking reliable documentation from the catacombs of the Indian......

Most dramatic images courtesy Sony Alpha Photo Awards

Cue the drum roll... A 'breathtaking, vast and intimidating' image of ocean waves crashing has won the top prize in a prestigious photography competition celebrating Australian and New Zealand......

'Talent is everywhere and relevant to a nation's success'

'Everybody says 5G and communication is important.' 'Everybody says automation, robotics, human computing interfaces -- people and machines working together -- is the future.' 'Everybody agrees......

When a US president wanted Indian minister sacked!

'Galbraith had a powerful ally in Washington -- not as blunt and direct as the ambassador -- but committed to see Krishna Menon go.''This was President Kennedy himself.'A revealing excerpt from......

Delhi HC awards Microsoft Rs 20 lakh in 12-yr-old copyright violation case

The Delhi high court awarded Rs 20 lakh to Microsoft in damages in a 12-year-old copyright infringement suit. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Photograph: Robert Galbraith/Reuters Microsoft said that......

Data of 500 mn LinkedIn users allegedly leaked

A report has alleged that personal data of 500 million users of LinkedIn has been put on sale, a charge that the professional networking platform has denied, saying no private member account data......

Apple's business in India still quite low relative to size of opportunity: Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the company's share in India “is quite low relative to the size of the opportunity” and setting up retail stores in the future in the country will be a great......

Madurai boy Anand Selvakesari is breaking the mould at Citigroup

A career Citibanker, 'Selva' came into the spotlight as the person who rewired the financial behemoth's Indian retail operations. IMAGE: Anand Selvakesari, CEO-designate, Citigroup's global......

Why advertisers are boycotting Facebook

'This is the first time there has been an attempt to use market forces to counter disinformation on social media,' notes Devangshu Datta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The advertising......

JLo, Dakota Johnson, Rita Ora: Oscars' HOTTEST red carpet styles

The hottest red carpet styles from the recently concluded Oscar Academy awards!The 87th Academy awards featured a lot of highs -- Birdman winning big, and Best Supporting Actress win for Boyhood's......

The World Still Loves Marilyn Monroe!

Proof that we just can't have enough of this iconic sex symbol from 1960s Hollywood.In the relentlessly fickle world of films, sustaining a long career is no mean feat. Then there are some like......

Tendulkar settles lawsuit against bat manufacturers Spartan

IMAGE: Sachin Tendulkar at the launch of Sachin by Spartan is a cricket equipment and sportswear range, a collaboration between the cricketing legend and Spartan International in Mumbai in January......

NBA's Silver among those advising Trump on sports restart

IMAGE: NBA commissioner Adam Silver does not see any games starting right away. Photograph: NBA NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, NFL chief Roger Goodell and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban are......

Tendulkar sues Aus bat maker over $2 million in royalties

IMAGE: Sachin Tendulkar's civil claim accused the Australian company of misleading or deceptive conduct, "passing off", or suggesting an official endorsement when none existed, and breach of......

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