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Democracies in the Dragons Show

Sunday, 18 Feb 2018 | Dr Ashutosh Misra | in Agenda

Since there are only 4,000 people of Chinese ancestry in India, China faces a demographic disadvantage in pushing its influence operations in India, unlike in the US and Australia, which have a large Chinese diaspora and have no history of direct military conflict with the country, making them more susceptible China’s...

Modi The voice of reason at DAVOS

Sunday, 04 Feb 2018 | Rajaram Panda | in Agenda

The Prime Minister presented India’s gentler and kinder vision of a new global order — a cooperative, harmonious, sharing, and caring world — which found resonance among the delegates at the world’s biggest networking platform Days before India was to host 10 ASEAN leaders as guests at the Republic Day celebrations...

The perks and perils of being Soha

Sunday, 28 Jan 2018 | UMANG AGGARWAL | in Agenda

Despite her illustrious lineage, Soha Ali Khan never grew up with a sense of entitlement. To her, Mansoor Ali Khan was the coolest father and Sharmila Tagore, a regular mom who attended her PTMs. Umang Aggarwal talks to the actor-turned-author about her new book, her normal childhood, her plans for...

Legend has it...

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | UMANG AGGARWAL | in Agenda

Overstating, superstition, boredom, administrative failure, or political enemies — is there a common thread that runs through Delhi’s black monkey incidents, NCR’s braid chopping, and Bangalore’s Nale Ba? UMANG AGGARWAL examines Delhi, Gurugram, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata — Indian cities that are thought of as developed and considered to be home to...

Author, mom, trailblazer Indian, instinctively

Sunday, 14 Jan 2018 | Tulika Agnihotri Ojha/Umang Aggarwal | in Agenda

As she awaits the release of her first book, Indian Instincts, Miniya Chatterji talks to Tulika Agnihotri Ojha and Umang Aggarwal about her life, choices, experiences, as well as the issues and people closest to her heart Almost every young Indian woman has struggled with one or the other social convention...

Rethinking Ridge,reimagining DELHI

Sunday, 07 Jan 2018 | ANUBHAV PRADHAN | in Agenda

The Ridge is symptomatic of the best and the worst of Delhi, all the yearning for immortality distilled as vignettes of power, beauty, and faith. Let us imagine a future where a shared awareness of all of these moves us to rejuvenate our heritage, make it not just lived but...

I wear handloom

Sunday, 31 Dec 2017 | Navneet Mendiratta | in Agenda

The trend of wearing handloom has caught on and how. NAVNEET MENDIRATTA traces the trend from where it caught the fancy of India Modern and etched its way into their hearts The hashtag #IWearHandloom — that was launched as a social media campaign by the Union Textile Minister of India, Smriti...

THE ULTIMATE INSIDER

Sunday, 24 Dec 2017 | Rajshree Chandra | in Agenda

In the third instalment of his political autobiography, Pranab Mukherjee recounts the inauguration and machinations of an era of coalition politics, which began in the aftermath of Rajiv Gandhi’s demise, with the Congress party’s defeat in the 1996 General Elections There’s a very nice photograph of Pranab Mukherjee on the cover...

India and Vietnam: Honing soft power synergy

Sunday, 17 Dec 2017 | Rajaram Panda | in Agenda

With a rich historical past, India and Vietnam are now honing synergy in the cultural domain through a series of initiatives, such as exchange programmes for artists, academics, journalists, farmers, and Parliamentarians India-Vietnam relations are not recent; the two countries have a long historical past dating back to the millennia, the...

I AM an other

Sunday, 10 Dec 2017 | Garima Dutt | in Agenda

Shashi Kapoor is difficult to pin. For most legends of cinema, one can place the personae, define a certain style, one overarching characteristic of the cinematic craft or one sustained strain of gold that is more accentuated than the others. Not Shashi Kapoor. For him, Rimbaud’s saying ‘Je est un...


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Fight between ruling party and citizens: Hardik

20 Feb 2018 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) leader Hardik Patel on Monday said that the fight in Madhya Pradesh is not between BJP and Congress but the ruling party against the citizens. Before participating in the Samajik Chetna rally, talking to media persons here on Monday, Patel said, “Chief Minister in Madhya Pradesh is called Mama (uncle) but we don’t want a Shakuni Mama...

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