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Mani Ratnam hospitalised after chest pain, stable
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Mani Ratnam: 'I don't believe in giving advice'

Shobha Warrier The First part of my interview with Mani Ratnam http://t.co/KyddpDG3bs 2 minutes ago Aspi's Drift : 'The younger generation may be hip, modern and Westernised ou... http://t.co/WYV5sA2ILG 13 minutes ago Bollywood Buzz Mani ... NewsR.in, 3 weeks ago
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'I have faith in the govt; gone are the days of crony capitalism'

(4 minutes ago) C K Ranganathan, CMD of the $12.50 billion CavinKare, in an interview with Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com, says though he sees signs of improvement everywhere, the Modi government has a long way to go to make the country business ...
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'Achche Din not here but we are moving in the right direction'

ISB professor Krishnamurthy Subramanian tells Shobha Warrier/Rediff. com that Modi government's
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'Mudra Bank will change the way India is functioning'

IIM-B, professor R Vaidyanathan talks to Shobha Warrier about black money, Mudra Bank and
 INooz2 months ago
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'Government's first responsibility is to feed its people'

'It is a national shame that the only country that enacted a food security act is now better known as the land of farmer suicides. Indian farming can change only if national irrigation policy is implemented in totality,' Dr M S Swaminathan tells Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com As the Narendra Modi government completes one year in office, Rediff.com speaks to eminent personalities to analyse the first 365 days of the government. In the third article in the series, Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com spoke ...
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'90 pc of Modi's achievements are due to decline in oil prices'

'Where are our local manufacturers? Why don’t you appease them first? We are in such a position that we get our Ganesha and Krishna idols made in China!' 'This government wants to cater only to the bulging middle class population of about 300-400 million' 'Land Acquisition Act in its present form will result in lot of chaos, resentment, and frustration' Narendra Modi rode to a massive victory in the 2014 general election on poll promises of a Shining India, where both the rich and the ...
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'Who got what by keeping Shanbaug alive?'

The death of Aruna Shanbaug, the Mumbai nurse who was in coma for 42 years after being brutally raped by a hospital staff member in 1973, has again thrown up the moot question if it was right to keep her alive for such a long period of time. Soon ...
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Serving the living through the dead

  Ashraf Palarakunnummal has one mission in life -- to ensure the dignity of the dead. This he does by seeing to it that expats who die in the Gulf are transported back to their home countries without too many hassles for the bereaved families. Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com talks to the Good Samaritan who was honoured with the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman recently. It’s a tough task to get to talk to Ashraf Palarakunnummal; he’s always busy. No, he is not a CEO, CTO or COO who flits ...
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From America to work for rural India

"We believed that technologies could play a role in enhancing the quality of people's lives. We wanted to bring in technologies that will help millions and millions of people. The goal is to give access to useful technologies to everyone and everywhere." "We are not doing charity; we are not running any NGO. We are doing business in India but the work we do has social impact; our products improve the lives of rural people. We want every product we sell to impact the rural households." Two ...
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'Jayalalithaa's acquittal is a bad omen for the entire country'

'I expect her to become chief minister and then announce the dissolution of the assembly in a month or two'  'It is not a victory for the people of India' Supporters of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa wear masks as they gesture in Chennai. Photograph: Babu/Reuters The Karnataka high court on Monday pronounced its verdict in the former Tamil Nadu chief minister, J Jayalalithaa’s disproportionate assets case, and she has been acquitted of all charges, trouncing the ...
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