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How India is changing under Modi

'Extravagant new promises can buy him time, but far from solving the problem, they compound the risk.''His main alternative is to stress not aspirations, but resentments.''He has already......

Who says EVMs can be hacked?

'Although the Election Commission remains convinced about the EVM's integrity, as a fair umpire of the game it was necessary to travel the last mile to convince political players that the entire......

How India must play the Nuclear Card

'India must close the missile technology gap with both China and Pakistan as early as possible, or else the credibility of India's nuclear deterrence will remain suspect,' says Brigadier Gurmeet......

How India can leash nuclear monsters in our neighbourhood

'Only when India's adversaries are convinced that India has both the necessary political and military will and the hardware to respond to a nuclear strike with punitive retaliation that will......

When Mamata achieved political immortality

'When you have made history, you don't need to announce it. You just know it.''Never before in Bengal had a single party been re-elected with two-thirds of the assembly,' notes Trinamool Congress......

Digital publishing coming of age

When Brian Murray, group president of HarperCollins, said, "The younger generations are consuming information in a different way. They may not necessarily be going into bookshops. They are spending......

Indian tutors to teach UK students online

A Bangalore-based online tuition firm had tied up with publisher HarperCollins to provide off-shored tuition facilities to British students.TutorVista, the online teaching outfit, is aiming to......

'We try to pull the other person down'

'Had liberalisation not taken place, I may have gone back to the US,' Ratan Tata tells Girish Kuber.An exclusive excerpt from The Tatas: How A Family Built A Business And A Nation. IMAGE: J R D......

'We try to pull the other person down'

'Had liberalisation not taken place, I may have gone back to the US,' Ratan Tata tells Girish Kuber.An exclusive excerpt from The Tatas: How A Family Built A Business And A Nation. IMAGE: J R D......

Why is Raghuram Rajan talking about Taylor Swift?

At the Mumbai launch of his book, The Third Pillar: How Markets And States Leave The Community Behind some weeks ago, former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan served up an interesting mix that included......

Why Lisa Ray quit Bollywood

'I wasn't interested in shackling my freedom to a Bollywood actor.'A fascinating excerpt from Lisa Ray's memoir Close To The Bone. IMAGE: Lisa Ray and John Abraham in Water. I was still being......

Why Lisa Ray quit Bollywood

'I wasn't interested in shackling my freedom to a Bollywood actor.'A fascinating excerpt from Lisa Ray's memoir Close To The Bone. IMAGE: Lisa Ray and John Abraham in Water. I was still being......

'Govinda suggested the line Meri pant bhi sexy'

'Here, even a spotboy can suggest changes in words.''However, the worst phase came when the ladies, Maya Govind and Rani Malik, were criticised for writing sexist, crass or vulgar songs.'A......

PIX: Behind-the-scenes with Alia, Sonam, Sonakshi

New York-based photographer Mark Bennington recently released his collection of beautiful photographs depicting the typical Bollywood life in a coffee table book called Living the Dream:......

'Aamir can never be an actor'

When Aamir was in his teens, someone suggested that his uncle Nasir Husain should cast his nephew sometime in the future.'No,' Husain said, 'he can never be an actor.''I am a director. I have a......

Imran Khan must do more about Kashmir: Afridi

'So much resources go into guarding this territory. So much goes into policing the Line of Control. So many mouths can get fed, so many minds can be nourished, if India and Pakistan resolve the......

How the Women in Blue make India proud

The celebrations after the 2017 World Cup went on for the next few months.But there was one question that the Indian cricketers failed to respond to in their interviews. 'What was their next......

Will former Pakistan captain Afridi tell all in his autobiography?

IMAGE: Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi. Photograph: Facebook. Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi will come out next year with his autobiography in which he opens up about his "rivalries......
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'We try to pull the other person down'

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