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Elitism, populism, meritocracy...

Ajit Balakrishnan decodes the angst-ridden discourse of the day.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Not a day passes without encountering some serious thinker venting his/her angst on this......

Elitism, populism, meritocracy...

Ajit Balakrishnan decodes the angst-ridden discourse of the day.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Not a day passes without encountering some serious thinker venting his/her angst on this......

10 days after Sri Lanka's Easter blasts, questions remain

Even as the polity find ways and means to address the genuine concerns and fears of the society, the Sri Lankan State apparatus would have to unravel these mystery-questions with convincing......

Japan gets ready for a new Emperor

The emperor has no political power, yet he enjoys a unique place in Japanese society, notes Dr Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: Japanese Emperor Akihito, Empress Michiko, Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown......

PhD scholar who joined Hizb among 2 terrorists killed in encounter

As an NCC cadet, Wani also participated in Republic Day and Independence Day parades. IMAGE: Army personnel in action during an encounter in Handwara on Thursday. Photograph: Umar Ganie for......

Economics Nobel for India-born Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, M Kremer

The trio introduced a new approach to obtaining reliable answers about the best ways to fight global poverty IMAGE: The portraits of Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kreme, who......

'Whatever I have is because of India'

'15, 17 years back we were not even in existence in the US. Today nearly 1/3 of prescriptions written comes from India.''India is showing that in a very competitive environment -- like the US and......

When parents are delighted to have a start-up son-in-law

For the new millennium generation, slowly and at an accelerating pace, it is attractive to harbour a start-up ambition, says R Gopalakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com When I......

When it comes to CSR spending, one in three BSE 100 firms is a laggard

Corporate affairs ministry sending notices seeking details of fund disbursal At least 33 companies, or one-third of firms on the S&P BSE 100 list, have fallen short of the required corporate......

'By 2025, we will be corruption free'

'I feel now we have a leader who is non-corruptible.''But he needs time as corruption is deep-rooted in our society, and people have no shame about being corrupt.''It will take at least 7 years to......

'Someone asked me why did you cast Paresh Rawal'

'People were apprehensive when I cast Nawaz. Especially after Sacred Games, people told me you are diminishing Manto.''But he is an actor and actors don't diminish.' IMAGE: Nandita Das at the......

'Someone asked me why did you cast Paresh Rawal'

'People were apprehensive when I cast Nawaz. Especially after Sacred Games, people told me you are diminishing Manto.''But he is an actor and actors don't diminish.' IMAGE: Nandita Das at the......

Why Meghna Gulzar made Talvar

'Taking a side could be a fallacy to do. Because you don't have all the answers. So how do you take one particular side?' Meghna Gulzar asks Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com IMAGE: Konkona......

Why Meghna Gulzar made Talvar

'Taking a side could be a fallacy to do. Because you don't have all the answers. So how do you take one particular side?' Meghna Gulzar asks Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com IMAGE: Konkona......

A heart-wrenching tale of forgotten athletes

IMAGE: Kim So-young, left, a former gymnast who was paralysed from the neck down at 16 after falling off the parallel bars while training, talks to former Olympic gold medalist Jang Mi-ran at her......
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'Men worship Durga, but don't respect their own women'

'Even today, a woman cannot enter a temple when she is menstruating. How do you explain that?''What logic or women empowerment are we talking... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/men-worship-durga-but-dont-respect-their-own-women/20191122.htm
Economics Nobel for India-born Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, M Kremer

The trio introduced a new approach to obtaining reliable answers about the best ways to fight global poverty IMAGE: The portraits of Abhijit... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/abhijit-banerjee-2-others-win-2019-nobel-in-economics/20191014.htm

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