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Maha teacher wins $1mn for promoting girls' education

A primary school teacher from India was on Thursday named the winner of the USD 1-million annual Global Teacher Prize 2020 in recognition of his efforts to promote girls' education and trigger a......

The Oxford alumnus fighting the Bihar election

'The uneducated think of their rights as a gift. This is deeply troubling.''If they were educated they could claim what is rightfully theirs.' IMAGE: Mathematics and Finance teacher Manish......

'Development is not just malls; people's lives must improve'

'People may think that because my father was in the film world and politics, things are easy for me.''It is not easy at all.' IMAGE: Luv Sinha, the Congress candidate from Bankipur on the campaign......

Will Modi help the light-makers of Chandernagor?

2020 has dimmed the animated bulbs that create magical images and transform Kolkata into a mesmerising fairyland during Durga Puja, notes Payal Singh Mohanka.   IMAGE: Artisans arrange......

COVID-19: 'Good behaviour will reduce deaths'

'We cannot be naughty and expect the government to do good!''We have to behave ourselves and then we can expect the government to support us.''If we are able to protect ourselves well, then we......

Rana Kapoor: Banker gone Rogue

'The book captures Rana Kapoor's hunger for real estate leading to bungalows in Delhi, Mumbai, London and other cities; the multiple companies -- over 100 -- to fund his family's various ventures;......

Was Peter Kerkar responsible for the 'death' of Cox & Kings?

Was Cox & Kings' Group Chief Executive Officer Ajay Ajit “Peter” Kerkar duped by his employees, as he claims, or did a cocktail of greed, poor cost control and bad management bring......

Bangladesh may overtake India this year

Bangladesh might overtake India this year by per capita income in nominal dollars, but it is not yet close to becoming South Asia's economic powerhouse anytime soon, T N Ninan points out. IMAGE:......

What Modi must do to boost growth

'The answer for a quicker boost to growth is simple -- run a much larger deficit, use the resulting public resources to ensure adequate price support for agriculture, subsidise wage costs of MSMEs......

Many challenges await new FinMin secretary

The finance minister is ready to present a second financial package. The Centre has ruled out a mega stimulus and will rely on targeted, incremental packages. Industry is clamouring for a bailout,......

Review: Dil Juunglee recycles rotten ideas of romance

'Just when it looks our film-making is moving away from idolising toxic archetypes for the sake of romantic fulfillment, Aleya Sen's Dil Juunglee comes along and squashes it in entirety,' says......

How Rajkummar Rao became a dreaded terrorist

'You can't imagine what it feels like to hate someone to the extent that you are ready to kill someone... for me, it was important to get into the mental space of a man like Omar.' Rajkummar Rao......

'Judi Dench is obsessed with India'

'He cooked chicken curry and so because of him, curries entered the British royal kitchens.''Eventually, he became a political advisor to the queen.''This guy was disrupting the royal household. It......

'Women have always been an easy target'

'How is it okay for a woman to show her private parts to the world just because she wants to go to the toilet?''She can't show her face -- you want her to pull her ghoongat till her navel -- but......

Taapsee Pannu: Nepotism will exist till the time Bollywood exists

What is Taapsee Pannu's take on being an outsider in the film industry?Rajul Hedge finds out. IMAGE: Naam Shabana is Taapsee Pannu's third release of 2017. Photograph: Kind courtesy......

Tokyo has no 'Plan B' for Games despite coronavirus

IMAGE: Women wearing face masks and novelty hats leave Tokyo Disneyland. A growing number of events and sporting fixtures are being cancelled or postponed around Japan while some businesses are......

Former spy chiefs want Indo-Pak cricketing ties resumed. Do you agree?

Two former spy chiefs of India and Pakistan, Amarjit Singh Dulat, the former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), and General (retd) Ehsanul Haq, the former director general of the Inter......

Why Rio risks empty Olympic legacy...

- 'They overbuilt and they misbuilt. They built high luxury condos at a time when the market was about to go bust.' The largest athlete's village in the history of the Games is a visceral monument......

Boxing school in Rio slum shows sport's power before Olympics

IMAGE: Jessica , 9, poses for a photograph in an alley, also known as "viela", in the Mare favela of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2, 2016. Photograph: Nacho Doce/Reuters. Beneath a street lamp in......
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Banker gone Rogue

'The book captures Rana Kapoor's hunger for real estate leading to bungalows in Delhi, Mumbai, London and other cities; the multiple companies --... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/column/rana-kapoor-banker-gone-rogue/20210109.htm
Was Peter Kerkar responsible for the 'death' of Cox & Kings?

Was Cox & Kings' Group Chief Executive Officer Ajay Ajit “Peter” Kerkar duped by his employees, as he claims, or did a cocktail of... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/special/did-peter-kerkar-kill-cox--kings/20201212.htm
Want to transform your life? Read this

Books have a magical way of turning around your life.Showing you new roads you were not aware of.Expanding your mind.Harnessing your imagination.Or... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/want-to-transform-your-life-read-this/20201210.htm
Maha teacher wins $1mn for promoting girls' education

A primary school teacher from India was on Thursday named the winner of the USD 1-million annual Global Teacher Prize 2020 in recognition of his... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/maha-teacher-wins-1mn-for-promoting-girls-education/20201203.htm
New CEO of Air India Express Aloke Singh takes charge

Singh holds an MBA from the Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi, and has attended the London School of Economics on a Chevening Fellowship. In... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/transportation/airlines-/-aviation/new-ceo-of-air-india-express-aloke-singh-takes-charge/articleshow/79130092.cms

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