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Jinping sees Modi as someone willing to stand up for Indian in...

Chinese President Xi Jinping sees Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a leader who is willing to stand up for Indian interests and to work together with other countries in the region that are looking to impose constraints on China, a top American Chinese expert ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

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'My destiny was to write about the game'

'That has always been my ambition -- to take the reader behind the scenes, to the places he was not allowed to visit, but which I had the privilege of entering.'Haresh Pandya remembers Ted Corbett, sports journalist extraordinaire, who passed into the ages on August 9. IMAGE: Ted Corbett loved his travels to India. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Although he owned a famous surname, Ted Corbett, who died August 9 at Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire in England, was "certain" he was not related to Jim ...
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Could Partition have been less bloody?

The British administration ignored the mounting evidence of violence between Hindus and Muslims...Military historian Barney White-Spunner traces the countdown to the tragedy in his book, Partition. IMAGE: A nurse with child victims of communal violence in Amritsar during the Partition of British India, March 1947.The children's mother was stabbed to death in the riots and they were rescued by a British military patrol and taken to the hosptal for safety.Fighting took place between the city's ...
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Protecting animals of a lesser god

A nocturnal tree-dweller, the tokay gecko is one of the largest lizards in the world. Its striking colours, bright white and orange dots sprayed like a pattern all over the body, and the piercing gaze are hard to go unnoticed. And yet, the gecko is not a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Are we on the brink of water wars?

'Nature does not send us a bill, so we ignore them in decision making until we hit a moment of crisis, such as the current shortage of water.' IMAGE: A child victim of Maharashtra's drought.In any given year, India sees a pattern of too little rain in some places and too much rain in others.Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Bhaskar Vira teaches at the department of geography and is fellow of Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge. Director of the University of Cambridge Conservation ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Sanjay Kothari to be secy, Ashok Malik press secy to new Prez

Sanjay Kothari, chairman of the Public Enterprises Selection Board, has been appointed secretary and senior journalist Ashok Malik press secretary to President-elect Ram Nath Kovind. Senior Gujarat-cadre forest service officer Bharat Lal will be joint ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Freedom Files: MASTERS OF THE GAME

Seventy years on, as we celebrate independence, we should recognise the role of Nehru and Patel in binding us into a United India. The contributions of invisible men like Dwarka Nath Kachru and VP Menon cannot be undermined either As the bugle was blown on ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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China says U.S. talks covered joint efforts on excess steel capacity

By David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Seeking a more positive spin on U.S.-China economic talks viewed as ending in discord, China said on Thursday that the two sides agreed to "active and effective measures" to reduce global excess steel production ...
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Iran sentences US graduate student to 10 years jail on charges of spying

An Iranian court has sentenced a graduate student from Princeton University to 10 years in jail on spying charges, Iran's judiciary spokesman said on Sunday, the latest case involving dual citizens held on security charges in the country. Xiyue Wang, 37, was ...
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Will China set the new world order?

China is where the action is, and from where new ideas ('String of Pearls', 'One Belt, One Road') emanate.The Belt-and-Road initiative alone is unmatched in its sweeping dimensions, says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com It didn't require a Nostradamus to predict the happenings at Hamburg, Germany, during the meeting of the G-20, held on July 7-8. It was expected that hordes of protesters from far and near would descend in their thousands, ...
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