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Sunday, 27 Aug 2017 | Ananya Borgohain | in Agenda

What had started with computers has now infiltrated into cellphones. Mobile technology, in turn, has acquired the power to make and break lives. ANANYA BORGOHAIN studies the latest trends in apps that have taken humanity to a new low While it has been widely debated for centuries if the future would...

Feminists Anonymous

Sunday, 20 Aug 2017 | MEENAKSHI RAO | in Agenda

The new brand of feminism is cleverly inclusive, subtle but decisive. It is a way of life with the young Indian woman, away from those knee-jerk bra-burning days, writes MEENAKSHI RAO A boy and a girl were constantly in competition to stand first in class. To emerge winner for all times...

Coming soon: Thalaivar’s political debut

Sunday, 13 Aug 2017 | Kumar Chellappan | in Agenda

There is clearly a leadership vacuum in Tamil Nadu, which may help Rajnikanth cause some ripples in the State. The actor may succeed since Tamilians are waiting for a leader with charisma to save them from the abyss they are currently in, writes Kumar Chellappan If the incidents that took...

Howzzat for fair share?

Sunday, 06 Aug 2017 | MEENAKSHI RAO | in Agenda

Our girls in cricket have the passion, power, and perseverance. All they need now is honing and hand-holding out of the humdrum. Time for sports administrators and popular mindsets to take their guard, says MEENAKSHI RAO It was 2012. Mithali Raj was captaining India in an away series in England. The...

Tagore’s Indian Maha Manav

Sunday, 30 Jul 2017 | Chandan Mitra | in Agenda

In light of the recent controversy generated around Rabindranath Tagore, Agenda brings to its readers an essay written by Chandan Mitra on May 9, 2010, which analyses the philosopher-poet’s unique idea of Indian nationhood Rabindranath Tagore wasn’t being conceited when he addressed a poem to his unborn reader who, he surmised,...

Echoes atop the quiet hills

Sunday, 23 Jul 2017 | Ananya Borgohain | in Agenda

From the extraordinary labyrinth of India’s social and historical landscape as well as the vibrant emergence of Indian literature in English comes the personal story of the country’s most loved writer, Ruskin Bond. The lone fox in conversation with Ananya Borgohain Overwhelming, quaint hills manifest varied sentiments — a tinge of...

A Treacherous Faultline

Sunday, 16 Jul 2017 | Jayadeva Ranade and Prof Manish | in Agenda

China’s unprovoked aggression in recent days in Sikkim has been duly frustrated by India’s restrained posture. While prudence rules out conflict as an option, it is time to analyse the context of the current face-off, historical and contemporary WIDER IMPLICATIONS OF THE DOKA LA FACE-OFF Jayadeva Ranade (President, Centre for China Analysis...

East meets West, finally!

Sunday, 09 Jul 2017 | Rajesh Singh | in Agenda

It is time to shut out those who see only evil in Israel and refuse to acknowledge its contributions towards India. Now that a grand beginning has been made with Prime Minister Modi’s historic visit to Israel, the two countries must move towards deeper cooperation in both traditional and new...

When Modi met Trump: Key takeaways

Sunday, 02 Jul 2017 | Gopalan Balachandran and Chintamani Mahapatra | in Agenda

With US President declaring that ties between Washington and New Delhi have ‘never been stronger’, after meeting Modi for the first time, it seems the trajectory and momentum of bilateral ties will be maintained No contentious issues, focus on common topics Gopalan Balachandran(Distinguished Fellow, IDSA) Finally the roadshow is over. Prime Minister Narendra...

1975: A Haunting Tyranny

Sunday, 25 Jun 2017 | A SURYA PRAKASH | in Agenda

At the stroke of midnight on June 25, 1975, the idea of India was dealt a lethal blow when a presidential proclamation, at the behest of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, declared a state of internal Emergency and India lost its freedom to authoritarianism. A Surya Prakash’s book, in his...



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HEC, Paras Healthcare to run Multi Super Speciality Hospital

18 Jan 2018 | PNS | Ranchi

Heavy Engineering Corporation (HEC) and Paras Healthcare today announced to run a 300 bedded super speciality hospital providing tertiary care services in the Capital City. A PPP project for the same was signed by CMD, HEC, Avijit Ghosh and MD, Paras Healthcare, Dr Dharminder Nagar on Tuesday...

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