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DC Pathak
Spy’s eye: Trump’s policy troubles Indian government needs to wake up to the new environ of hostility against ‘outsiders’ developing in the US around the sentiment of ‘America First’ – a slogan that had become the mainstay of the Trump
Aritra Mukhopadhyay
Newsmaker: The silent soldier Middle order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara was carrying the pressure of the entire nation on his shoulders when he walked into the middle at Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy Stadium during the second Test against
Shubha Singh
Diplomatic Enclave: Shaken American dream The American Dream has been shaken.
Kriti Jain
RISKFACTOR: Let’s all be OK There is a classic book titled I’m OK – You’re OK by Thomas Harris that outlines four major life positions: a) I’m not OK – You’re not OK (Futile position); b) I’m not OK – You’re OK (Depressive posit
Preeti Shenoy
Slice of life: Be my guest A short video film, that I watched recently, a campaign for British Airways showed an elderly Indian grandmother, travelling on the airline, being waited upon by a British Air-hostess, who helps her w
Yajurvindra Singh
close-in: Pop some corn, grab your seat The Indian cricket team has shown that they are made of sterner stuff by winning the second Test match in Bangalore.
Ranjan Das
ScreenSavour: Nepotism? In a recent talk show on television Kangana Ranaut had accused host Karan Johar for being “a snooty, flag-bearer of nepotism, who was intolerant to outsiders in the film industry.” Later, Johar had de
Ananda Majumdar
Ruminations: Tough choice for Mayawati Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Mayawati would perfunctorily reject Akhilesh Yadav’s suggestion that the Samajwadi Party (SP) was open to joining hands with it in Uttar Pradesh for the ostensible pur
Arun Kejriwal
Clear majority in states will be icing on cake Election results would be declared on Saturday, March 11 and there can be only two outcomes of the same. The ruling party at the centre, BJP does well or does badly.
Ashwin J Punnen
Market set to react positively to saffron surge The market is expected to react positively to exit polls predicting a saffron surge in the state elections.

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