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    When the history of state action during the crisis era is written, pride of place would be given to all manner of subsidies, bailouts and fiscal incentives as well as

  • Many say that to keep India’s hopes alive in the cricket World Cup, for howsoever long as is possible, is the usual agenda of the International Cricket Council (ICC), every

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    By Chandrahas Choudhury

    Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore who died this week at 91, had a lot to say about India. He never sugarcoated his remarks, nor did he

  • Mar

    LEE Kuan Yew the father of modern Singapore died last Monday. He was 91 years old

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    Indications of budget proposals and priorities are usually given in the address of the President of India at the joint session of Parliament. In his address, the President has

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    By SK Sarkar

    On March 22 the World Water Day much was said about water and sustainable development. Sustainable development according to the World Commission on Environment and Development

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    One of the stories in the epic Mahabharata is of Aswatthama, the skilled warrior and son of guru Dronacharya — the great sage-teacher of the royal families and elite forces

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    Earth’s climate is changing, but many advocates, including world leaders, want to delay actions until there is more evidence that warming is harmful. It is a fact that anthropogenic

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    Atlas the Titan held the world on his shoulders. Women hold up half the sky

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    If you are constantly judging your performance against your own past, there is a danger that you will reinforce your complacency. Let us say you are #5 in the