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Story Posted on 15-07-2015


 |  The Cynic  |  5-minute read
Amartya Sen, Nalanda University, History

Nothing to do with Amartya Sen

Bombarded by ill-informed social media, India's young and impressionable minds are latching on to blinkered opinions and values.


 |  Inside Track  |  6-minute read
India-Iran Business, Iran Sanctions, Iran

Why now is a good time for India to do business with Iran

Lifting of sanctions will throw open huge opportunities for investments.


 |  Tarar Square  |  6-minute read
Ufa, India-Pakistan ties

Why India and Pakistan should give each other a chance

The neighbours must keep talking to one another without knee-jerk reactions to any obvious or alleged misdemeanour.


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Old Monk

Cheers Monk, a very old monk

Roasted by some who fancy they have 'graduated' to better and toasted by many who have rarely ventured beyond, this rum debate is meaningless for most part.


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Bihar assembly polls 2015, Nitish Kumar

How Nitish Kumar plays the caste card when it suits him

The arrests of JD(U) MLAs Anant Singh and Sunil Pandey sends across the message to the Yadavs that the CM is getting tough on Bhumihar musclemen.


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Air India, Visa on Arrival, Narendra Modi, Iran

Five things India must immediately do to gain lost ground in Iran

Iranians need our love, friendship and dignity.


 |  4-minute read
Amit Shah, Bihar Elections

Why Bihar elections is a do or die for Amit Shah

The upcoming polls will be the BJP president's real test as a master strategist.


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Narendra Modi, Iftar, Muslims

Iftar invite: It's not you Pranab Mukherjee, Mr Modi doesn't like Muslim festivals

For PM, reaching out to the community won't involve being part of any event that has a religious flavour


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Bihar Assembly Elections, Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, Nitish Kumar

Why Nitish Kumar is Arvind Kejriwal's biggest fan

The Delhi CM is considered the only leader in the country who has defeated Modi.


 |  7-minute read
Iran Nuclear Deal, Narendra Modi, Indian Economy

Why geoeconomics must set Modi’s second-year agenda

Without a strong, job-producing economy, India's foreign policy will carry less weight.