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415 mn Indians exited poverty in 2005-21, UN calls it historic

The number of poor people in India fell by about 415 million between 2005-06 and 2019-21, a ”historic change” and a demonstration that the Sustainable Development Goal target of......

'Some people think Modi is only appeasing the Patels'

'By the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, they moved back to the BJP almost totally and later their backing helped us win the local body elections.' IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi, flanked......

Niti Aayog vice chairman Rajiv Kumar steps down

The government on Friday appointed Suman K Bery as the vice chairman of Niti Aayog, following the sudden resignation of Rajiv Kumar. IMAGE: Dr Rajiv Kumar. Photograph: Press Information Bureau of......

G20 leaders agree to strengthen WHO to fast-track EUA for Covid vax: Goyal

The G20 leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, have agreed that the World Health Organisation would be strengthened to fast-track the process for emergency use authorisation for Covid-19......

Trust Indian industry: WHO on delay in Covaxin nod

India's Bharat Biotech has been submitting data on the EUL of Covaxin "regularly and very quickly" to a technical committee which hopes to have a final recommendation to the World Health......

Eminent economist Isher Judge Ahluwalia passes away

Her research was focused on urban development, macro-economic reforms, industrial development, and social sector development issues in India. Eminent economist Isher Judge Ahluwalia, a recipient......

Working with Ratan Tata

Mukund Rajan, who worked closely with Ratan Tata, recalls the unique experience of working with the corporate titan. IMAGE: J R D Tata, left, with Ratan Tata. Photograph: Gopal Shetty As the first......

Arvind Subramanian in race to be next chief economist of World Bank

Arvind Subramanian was appointed CEA in October 2014 and got a year’s extension in September 2017 Chief Economic Advisor (CEA) Arvind Subramanian is in contention to be the next chief......

How India can meet its job creation challenge

Job creation will require skill development for productivity enhancement in what is today the unorganised sector, says Nitin Desai. Job creation is considered to be the most serious development......

'RBI Governor need not have a rock star status'

It's unfair to over-emphasise Urjit Patel's shy and reticent image, says Shyamal Majumdar. Urjit Patel must have lost count of the number of times he has been referred to as “shy and......

The Towering Talent called Girish Karnad

In a career spanning over five decades, Girish Karnad lived several lives... not only on the stage, but also as a scholar, theatre personality, actor and director. Photograph: Kind courtesy Film......

Review: Desi Boyz and bad, bad girlz

Raja Sen writes Desi Boyz is a disaster.Selling your body-- and, by extension, perhaps your soul-- is never easy. No matter how well you actually perform at any variant of the world's oldest......

The desi British 'Hottie' in Darjeeling Limited

Amara Karan is fast becoming famous across America as the actress who banned her London-based mother from seeing her in The Darjeeling Limited thanks to the scorching kissing scenes in the......

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Coming to India and making

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