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British soldiers get behind the camera
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British soldiers get behind the camera

From the dust and dirt of a warzone to the gleaming uniforms of an army parade -- these are the images that show the reality of life for British servicemen and women. The revealing series of photographs are some of the winning entries in this year’s Army Photographic Competition. Sgt Rupert Frere, of the Royal Logistic Corps, won photographer of the year. His images of three tours of duty in Afghanistan also saw him pick up various other prizes. >> In the line of fire: 10 shots by ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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This is no Doklam!

The end of a 2,000 km road trip brings Abhijit Masih to Bumla Pass -- at the India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh. Part 1: How we drove through UP, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam in 3 days On the Indian side of the border at Bumla Pass.Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters.   The best stretch of the journey, which began in Uttar Pradesh, is the last leg from Dirang to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh. From Dirang Valley you climb up to 13,700 feet at Sela Pass and then down again to the Tawang valley ...
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PIX: Diplomacy under microscope at Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

'Peace' Games get underway IMAGE: Performers during the Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium. Photograph: PyeongChang 2018/Twitter The Winter Olympics sparked to life in a vivid, colourful ceremony of fire and ice in South Korea on Friday, and the diplomacy was just as choreographed in the stadium where leaders from nations that are sworn enemies sat close together.   South Korea, which is using the Pyeongchang Games to break the ice with North ...
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Jab We Met: A story of childhood sweethearts

We'd asked you to share your love stories with us. Here, Sudhina tells us how she met and fell in love with Aswin. Sudhina and Ashwin. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sudhina It was an evening lit up with lamps all the way to our home. It was a wonderful Navratri evening! Amidst the illuminating lights, I saw a young cute face at a distance. He must be seven or eight (years old). I was seven then! I looked up to him and waved my hands which meant, "Come on, join me!" I could only see him shaking ...
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India needs to tread softly on the Maldives

'Of course, Maldives is chicken feed for the Indian armed forces. And an intervention in the Maldives may serve the purpose of creating jingoism in an election year.''But from the foreign policy perspective, any such move will be a flagrant violation of international law and the UN Charter,' warns Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. IMAGE: Maldives President Abdulla Yameen. Photograph: Waheed Mohamed/Reuters The prescriptive, partisan and provocative approach that South Block took -- for reasons that ...
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Phantom Thread Movie Review

Though the loves and life of a high fashion dress designer in London of the 1950s is the subject of ‘Phantom Thread’, the movie is an elaborate showcase for the method acting of the reclusive actor, Daniel Day-Lewis. Latterly, he has been diverting his ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago
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Congress wins Rajasthan bypolls: Why Raje & Modi are in for a major rout in the state

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has suffered a humiliating defeat in the by-elections to the Alwar and Ajmer Lok Sabha seats and Mandalgarh Vidhan Sabha seat in Rajasthan. This is bad news for Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje because if the ...
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Does Bhansali glorify jauhar?

'I am angry because this ever happened.''I am sad because it's painful to think what they must be going through.''I am glad we've fought hard to break through such cruel tradition.''But it burns my blood to think we're still holding on to regressive culture that is stemmed from preserving this so-called honour,' says Sukanya Verma. Sanjay Leela Bhansali does not direct films as much as he designs them. His characters consumed by desire and adamancy, packaged in opulence and pretension both ...
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R-Day Special: Armed and dangerous

As India celebrates the 69th year of becoming a Republic, we look at its elite commando forces, each of which has its own specialisation Garud President Ramnath Kovind awarded the nation’s highest peacetime gallantry award Ashok Chakra to Corporal Jyoti ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

LEARNINGS FROM CHINA

Pradip Baijal China is five times bigger than India. However, both have started almost at the same place India and China were embarking on attempts to reform, with the same level of GDP at the same time around 1994, as shown below, both having similar ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago
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