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The reel Kaala versus real Rajinikanth

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | Kumar Chellappan | in Agenda

Thalaiva’s political ideology seems to be far removed from that of the character he portrays in his recent film, Kaala. Can he fill the void left by the death of AIADMK leader Jayalalithaa, asks Kumar Chellappan Yatha raja tatha praja (As is the king, so are the subjects) is an ancient...

Fake news and its impact on technology

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | AMRITA BHINDER | in Agenda

Even though the world we live in is becoming increasingly reliant on technological tools, many are yet to accept their tech-friends because of concerns about privacy. But it’s about time we realised that we are still in control — probably more than ever, writes AMRITA BHINDER Look around and you’d notice...

Dairy-tales: Facts about milk you didn’t know

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | Swati Poddar | in Agenda

#DontGetMilked campaign aims to play an active role in bringing to light the truth behind the production of dairy and its products, writes Swati Poddar Animals are sentient beings, like humans they can observe, feel pain and happiness. In the case of cows and buffaloes, production of milk for human consumption...

For India’s Iron Man

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | OP Sharma | in Agenda

Sardar Patel: Unifier of Modern India Author : RNP Singh Publisher : Vitasta, Rs 795 RNP Singh has lucidly narrated the heroic saga of integrating the nation by the indomitable Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, by incorporating the princely territories into it, says OP SHARMA The East India Company commenced territorial acquisitions in India with the...

Lessons from mythology

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | ABHINAV AGARWAL | in Agenda

Krishna Gopeshvara: The Truth of Vrishnis Author : Sanjay Dixit Publisher : Bloomsbury, Rs 399 This is a more-human-than-divine account of the life of the Hindu mythological figure, Krishna, reminding one that it’s ideology and not individuals that cause harm, writes ABHINAV AGARWAL Krishna Gopeshvara is a book that takes you back in...

Future of Turkish democracy at stake

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | Harun Yahya | in Agenda

No matter what the outcome of Turkey’s election, a stronger country is in everyone's best interests. Should Turkey's democracy and economy begin to falter, the troubles in the Middle East will only exacerbate Turkey is once again going through the familiar, hectic pace of elections, which will take place on June...

Who will get Karachi's votes?

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | nadeem paracha | in Agenda

Even though, as usual, Punjab will once again become the most sought-after battleground in the upcoming General Election, some of the most interesting contests are expected in Sindh's chaotic capital, Karachi. Chairpersons of the PPP and the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) will be contesting a seat each from the city. On the...

How rosy is the outlook for Indian economy?

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | Shivaji Sarkar | in Agenda

While the Indian economy has been able to sustain itself in the last quarter of 2017, favouable pricing could ensure growth is accelerated even further The interest rate hike was a long awaited decision. It was needed to check the rising prices, pep up the fledgling rupee, redirect the bank finances...

To dislodge BJP, Cong ready to give in to allies’ demands

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | Hari shankar vyas | in Agenda

Though the Congress is claiming that Rahul Gandhi will be its PM candidate for the next Lok Sabha Elections, it is a fact that the party is ready to forge alliances to strengthen its position. Some say the Congress is ready for any sacrifice and to agree to the conditions...

Nowhere to go

Sunday, 24 Jun 2018 | Miniya Chatterji Lilaramani | in Agenda

The nature and scale of the separations being seen on the Mexican border is nothing like what we have ever seen before anywhere Natural calamities and war are no longer the only reasons that leave large numbers of children homeless and orphaned. Thanks to a disastrous recent change in US domestic...


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Uplift the tribals, protecting their customs: Das

25 Jun 2018 | PNS | Ranchi

Recognising the intent and passion of the Central Sarna Committee in safeguarding tribal customs as well as in infusing modern practices into the tribal community, Chief Minister Raghubar Das called upon the people to extend their support to the cause. The Chief Minister, in the same breath, rapped 'anti-national' forces who he alleged are attacking open culture of the community and said that the Government is here to protect the rights...

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