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Yoshikado-sensei said ‘They’re still there. Spear them! Spear them!’ and it was really fun
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When a fuel-testing scandal caused Mitsubishi Motors to lose about 40 per cent of its market value in three weeks, Nissan lost no time riding to the rescue with a
Instead of taking off, it's gone into a tailspin. The early euphoria associated with the country's small planes and helicopter operators, also known as the general aviation (GA) sector, seems to be petering out.
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Digitisation has transformed many walks of our life. Banking is one of the many segments which have been modified both for consumers and bankers by digitisation
A new stereo-type defying wealth class, consisting of self-made professionals, corporate executives and entrepreneurs among others, has appeared on the global economic scene with little fanfare. These are the
Making a comeback at the highest level of any competitive sport is an arduous task, particularly in a physically challenging game like tennis. But Swiss ace Martina Hingis has
It should be considered, not without a touch of irony, that the challenge to Narendra Modi and Amit Shah comes from their own home state and pocket borough. The
Nepal’s constitution drafting process was in its last stages this Monday when long simmering differences on the demarcation of provinces flared into violent protests that resulted in the death of
Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s vehement “I am clean” posturing notwithstanding, it is clear that the man is, at least for the moment, in a spot of bother.
- Jul03By Aritra Mukhopadhyay
Strange are the ways of Indian cricket. A fortnight back Mumbai batsman Ajinkya Rahane was dropped from the squad for the last two games of the three-match away