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The argument over the risk Ebola poses to the US is getting cast as a disagreement between smart people who trust science and dumb people who panic for no reason.
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I made it just in time to see Ganesh Pyne’s exhibition at the CIMA Gallery in Kolkata. The exhibition which closed on October 22 was special in
In the most recent reshuffle of bureaucrats at the centre, high-profile finance secretary Arvind Mayaram was ‘shunted’ from his position to the ‘less important’ tourism ministry, as per newspaper reports
Hopes that Hong Kong would one day transform China in its own image now seem foolish and futile. Beijing appears intent on making the former British colony look more
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The battle of Waterloo was not fought in Waterloo.