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Story Posted on 26-11-2016


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Demonetisation, Modi government

Why Modi is the champion of rollbacks

The average citizen is finding it hard to keep track of the U-turns on what one can and cannot do with one's own money.


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Badminton, Sameer Verma

Indian badminton never looked more promising with Sameer Verma

A far cry from the times of a lone Prakash Padukone and then a Gopichand. Indian badminton never looked so good.


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Money, Success

Virtues of being an informed ignorant

Miserable time to live in when 'excellence', along with narcissistic indifference rules the world.


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Black Money, Demonetisation

Wrong to call Modi's demonetisation an inconvenience, it's a disaster

By undermining people's livelihoods, the Modi regime has pushed humanity into a crisis.


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Black Money, Demonetisation

Big fat Indian wedding nightmares in the time of Modi's demonetisation

From Haryana to Uttar Pradesh, from Gujarat to West Bengal, brides and grooms-to-be and their families are facing the crunch.


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Constitution of India, Constitution Day

Why Constitution must be taught at all levels

Concepts of secularism, federalism, freedom of expression, all of which invoke strong sentiments, need dispassionate teaching to the young.


 |  PARIS DIARY  |  5-minute read

On returning to Delhi and finding it changed for the better

The pockets of cool that have mushroomed through Delhi did not exist when I entered this economy and society.


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Cuba, Communism, Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro, revolutionary leader of Cuba and American nemesis, dies at 90

He is a legend in his own right, surviving over 600 US assassination attempts.


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Public transport, Swachh Bharat, Urban India

Future and success of India will depend on small towns

Most of India's expected manufacturing jobs will be created here, instead of in the overstretched megacities.


 |  Growing Pangs  |  4-minute read
ICSE, Children's Books, Harry Potter

With ICSE introducing Harry Potter books, the possibilities are endless

Students will not just learn wizardly literature but also topics of bullying, democracy, and inclusion.