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READ: Anna Hazare's letter to the PM

Warm Greetings, In 2003, the then Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi A Annan, during the "UN Convention Against Corruption" noted, "Corruption is an insidious plague that has a wide......

India ratifies UN convention against corruption

Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh issueda statementin New Delhi on Thursday morning,before his departure for Kabul, onIndia completing the process of ratification of the United Nations Convention......

India to ratify UN Convention against Corruption

India on Monday said the ratification of United Nations Convention Against Corruption was currently underway and was likely to be "completed soon".The remarks by the external affairs ministry came......

'Pakistan will make a lot of mistakes'

‘A couple of Pulwamas will bring the two nations to war and it will be limited to J&K itself.’ IMAGE: Indian Army soldiers at an encounter in which two soldiers were killed in the......

How JP helped the RSS

'Though the RSS honours Sardar Patel, who actually banned it, the real hero in the story of its rise is Jayaprakash Narayan,' says Vir Sanghvi. IMAGE: In just two years, Jayaprakash Narayan, seen......

Corruption hurting economic growth: Kofi Annan

Battle against corruption is going beyond the local realms with the United Nations launching a frontal attack against the "insidious menace" terming it as a progenitor of poverty, terrorism and......

Bribery by foreign officials? Govt to move fresh bill soon

Bribery by foreign nationals is not covered under any domestic anti-corruption laws at present. A Bill that makes accepting or giving bribe by foreign public officials a criminal offence entailing......

The world's best nations to do business in

East Asian economies Singapore and Hong Kong continue to top the World Economic Forum's 'Global Enabling Trade' rankings, by the World Economic Forum. India ranks low in the index at 84 with a......

India: One of the world's 5 worst bribe-payers

Indian companies have been perceived as one of the worst bribe-payers while engaging in business abroad, ranking along with firms in other BRIC countries - Russia and China - according to......

'In India, those who don't vote are happy people'

In the wake of Thomas L Friedman's The World is Flat, and Shashi Tharoor's The Elephant, The Tiger, and The Cell Phone comes Rafiq Dossani's book India Arriving: How This Economic Powerhouse is......

Making of Amelia: 'It was go, go, go all the time'

Mira Nair's Amelia was shot at many fabulous locations. She says it was important to the film that it had a sensuous look. She says she was most inspired by 'the things in life that inspired......

Sports Shorts: Tokyo Olympics medal hopeful Ikee diagnosed with leukemia

Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Tuesday IMAGE: Japanese swimmer Rikako Ikee became the first female athlete to be named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) at an Asian Games.......

Images: Liverpool continue to slide, Chelsea held

Liverpool's new owners watched their team slump to a comprehensive 2-0 defeat at Merseyside rivals Everton which sent them second bottom of the Premier League on Sunday. Manchester City won 3-2 at......

Form book is against United in Spain: Ferguson

Manchester United will have to rip up the form book if they are to claim victory at Valencia in Champions League Group C on Wednesday, according to the English club's manager, Alex Ferguson.......

WADA's decade of hope against dope

The following are 10 significant events that have helped to shape the fight against the use of performance-enhancing drugs in sport in the decade since the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) was......
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'Pakistan will make a lot of mistakes'

‘A couple of Pulwamas will bring the two nations to war and it will be limited to J&K itself.’ IMAGE: Indian Army soldiers at an... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/pakistan-will-make-a-lot-of-mistakes/20190809.htm
How JP helped the RSS

'Though the RSS honours Sardar Patel, who actually banned it, the real hero in the story of its rise is Jayaprakash Narayan,' says Vir Sanghvi.... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/how-jp-helped-the-rss/20190628.htm
China emerges victorious at Shangri-La dialogue

[ANI]: The Shangri-La Dialogue, held annually in Singapore, brings together defense ministers, military leaders, academia, media, and others to... ...

http://www.sify.com/news/china-emerges-victorious-at-shangri-la-dialogue-news-international-tgwcJjfcicjgc.html
Wisdom demands Modi dial back on Hindu nationalism

'Wisdom demands Modi moves to restore the critical institutions of the State and dial back on the cult building around his persona,' say Sonali... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/wisdom-demands-modi-dial-back-on-hindu-nationalism/20190527.htm

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