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History in Ruins

25 Jan 2015 | Ananya Borgohain

The strains of living a modern, progressive life have annihilated all reflections of history, as visibly evident in the ruins of Old Delhi. It is high time the Government and public conscience woke to the hapless shrieks of Indian history, says ANANYA BORGOHAIN A realisation of decay often evokes nostalgic memories of a happy and glorious past...

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STATE EDITIONS

Of stripes and spots

25 Jan 2015 | Ananya Borgohain

The rise in the tiger population of India despite politicians and their motives has elicited the expected positive responses from the Government and wildlife lovers. However, a comparatively less publicised opinion on the dangers of focus on tigers at the cost of other wild animals cannot be ignored for long if the interests of wildlife and humans are to be taken care of effectively...

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SOUND BITES

I feel it is necessary for me to keep away from controversies, and see how the Government decides in terms of awards.

Ace shooter | Gagan Narang

There's so much variety in Shakespeare's text. I can pick up any play and make a film on it. I can live my life on Shakespeare.

Bollywood filmmaker | Vishal Bhardwaj

The shared democratic and free market economic values of these two countries (the US and India) are now being recognised by them both.

US Institute of Peace member | Frank Islam
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