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China asks India not to use the Dalai Lama to 'undermine' solemn promises on Tibet issue
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China asks India not to use the Dalai Lama to 'undermine' sole...

Beijing: In wake of the growing tension between Beijing and New Delhi over the Dalai Lama's visit to Arunachal Pradesh, China has categorically asked India to honour its solemn promises on Tibet-related issues. "For some time, due to reasons known to all, the ... Sify, 1 month ago
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For Indians, losing a job considered taboo

Lay-offs happen. Best way to do it? There is none. But as India faces a downsizing cycle in IT, to ease the pain, employers need to remember to: ~Build trust in face of lay-offs. ~Communicate with employees. Illustration: Dominic Xavier Information technology major Wipro's move to sack as many as 500 people, following what it termed as a routine and annual performance review exercise, has once again put the spotlight on the scourge of mass lay-offs. Asking an employee to go is never an easy ...
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Indian on the outside, Swedish on the inside

Born and abandoned in Mumbai, reborn in Sweden, Erika Sandberg says she is Indian on the outside, but feels Swedish on the inside.Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel narrates her tale.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com In August 1976, a Swissair jet flew out of the monsoon skies of Bombay, due west, with a precious little bundle onboard. The Boeing was headed for Zurich. In Switzerland probably another air hostess took careful charge of this special delivery as she boarded a flight headed ...
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Why the earlier Ayodhya talks failed

'This is an emotional issue and cannot be resolved by law alone.''This can be resolved only by creating trust again.''So much bloodletting has taken place, there is no point in going on and on.''Let us sit together and negotiate' Shahid Siddiqui, former Samajwadi Party member and editor of the Urdu newspaper Nai Duniya, was among the many people involved in the attempt to locate an out-of-court solution to the Babri Masjid-Ram Janambhoomi dispute in the 1990s. He was also a member of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Signs wage pact with Talegaon workers

Amid the buzz that American car giant General Motors is mulling exiting India after two decades, the struggling General Motors India has signed a new three-year wage agreement with its 1,000-strong permanent employees’ union at the Talegaon factory near ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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What Major Gogoi did was Chanakya Niti

Major Gogoi thought like Chanakya when he tied a Kashmiri man on an army jeep to keep the stone pelters at bay, argues Rajeev Sharma. In these days of strict observation of human rights, one would have expected a tsunami of outrage after the Indian Army awarded a commendation medal to Major Leetul Gogoi. The officer from Assam had tied a Kashmiri man on the bonnet of an army jeep to ward off stone pelters in the Kashmir valley. But the opposite has happened -- in the Indian social media at ...
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Controversial constitution survives the first phase of local elections in Nepal

When the polling ended on the evening of 14 May in Nepal, the Election Commission and the Human Rights Commission concluded that the first phase of local body election has been held ‘relatively’ peacefully. Relatively, however, is a loaded term.
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Charges framed agnst ex-Minister Dilip Ray in coal scam case

Dilip Ray, a union minister in the earlier NDA government, was today put on trial by a special court here in a coal scam case pertaining to alleged irregularities in the allocation of a Jharkhand coal block in 1999. Special CBI Judge Bharat Parashar frames ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago

Disequilibrium: Need for a messianic saviour

Take a weapon of murder and wanton violence and call it deterrence that is the undiluted view from the Valley. People always look for a messianic saviour and while it may not conform with Darwinian evolution, great leaders, particularly those who head ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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