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Ancient Turkish town prepares to vanish under floodwaters

At first glance all is as normal in the Turkish town of Hasankeyf, which has seen the Romans, Byzantines, Turkic tribes and Ottomans leave their mark in over 10,000 years of human settlement.The Tigris River languidly flows through the historic centre of the ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

Turkish police detain activists at anti-Israel demo

Turkish riot police today detained a dozen activists at a protest in Istanbul denouncing Israel and the United States after Washington's recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.Holding banners such as "against imperialism, Zionism and their domestic ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

#TravelTuesday: In the footsteps of the 'Indian trader' who found Petra

Shyam Saran travels to the ruined Jordanian city that was once a cosmopolitan hub controlling main global trade routes. Camels wait for tourists in Wadi Rum in Petra, Jordan.Petra built during the fifth and sixth centuries BC, is the ruined capital of the Nabatean Arabs.The sandstone in the region has given rise to unique rock formations, rising from the desert, forming deep canyons and fissures.Also read: The desert that resembles Mars!Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images.   That the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Harvey Weinstein's lessons for India

'It is important whenever such accusations arise to provide whatever support we can to the accusers who, with inspiring bravery, have decided to take on men far more powerful than they are,' says Mihir S Sharma. The question that most people are asking in America is: How? How is it possible that Harvey Weinstein, the legendary co-founder of Miramax Films, could have survived so long as an egregious sexual predator? How long have his many friends and associates -- from his brother and fellow ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Jumpstarting India's start-up dream

A minor fix in tax laws can make start-ups bloom, says Ajit Balakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. Last weekend a group of serious-faced men came to see me. When they called me, they’d said they needed some tips to make their venture to assist Indian start-ups successful, and I was only too happy to meet them. As soon as they came in, they eyed my dining table and, once there, spread out a large sheet of paper on which was a perspective drawing of a three-storeyed ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Let a thousand start-ups bloom!

There’s a crucial missing piece that can bring in a flood of high-quality angel investors who are vitally needed to kickstart our start-up dream, says Ajit Balakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. Last weekend a group of serious-faced men came to see me. When they called me, they’d said they needed some tips to make their venture to assist Indian start-ups successful, and I was only too happy to meet them. As soon as they came in, they eyed my dining table and, once ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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