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Threats of extremism in Bangladesh are a symptom of deeper soc...

Bangladesh is currently going through a 'youth bulge' as a result of population growth slowing down Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Single? Broken-hearted? Fret not as anti-Valentine Day is here

'The times they are a-changin'... so went the timeless lyric crooned by Bob Dylan many moons ago. In a world transitioning with lightening speed, the words are reflective of the new ways we approach relationships as well. And what better occasion to dwell on ...
 DNA1 week ago
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Meet these chess superstars!

Rediff.com's A Ganesh Nadar meets up with 10-year-old Praggnanandha -- the world's youngest International Master -- and his elder sister Vaishali -- a woman International Master -- to find out more about about their extraordinary journey. IMAGE: Praggnanandhaa and his sister Vaishali. Photograph: A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com It's a typical middle class neighbourhood in Padi on the outskirts of Chennai. Rameshbabu is a bank manager while his wife Nagalakshmi is a science graduate. The couple do ...
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India on verge of becoming world's most digitised economy: PM

Strongly committing to continuing economic reforms, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday promised to bring a paradigm shift in polity and economy by providing corruption-free regime and easing processes to make India the easiest place to do business. Addressing the biannual Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, dubbed 'Davos of the East', that had Fortune 500 CEOs and global leaders in attendance, Modi said creating an enabling environment for business and attracting investments is his top ...
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Mourinho backs World Cup expansion, video technology

IMAGE: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. Photograph: Andrew Couldridge/ Livepic/Reuters. Jose Mourinho believes an expanded World Cup tournament would develop the sport in areas lacking strong soccer foundations without proving to be a burden for both clubs or players in major leagues. FIFA President Gianni Infantino wants to increase the quadrennial tournament to 48 nations from 2026 but Europe's leading clubs remain opposed to plans to expand the World Cup beyond its current ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

12 killed as truck rams through busy Xmas market in Berlin

At least 12 people were killed and 48 others injured when a truck driven by a Pakistani youth ploughed into a crowded Christmas market in the heart of Berlin, an attack German Chancellor Angela Merkel termed as linked to terror and likely committed by an ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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The Oldstralian Open: Experience trumps youth as oldies made a golden return

Serena Williams versus Venus Williams. Roger Federer versus Rafael Nadal. These are the finals of the Australian Open, and, just in case you were wondering, you haven't travelled 10 years back in time. Instead, tennis' veterans have turned back the clock to ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago

Engineers are the main focus of Modi's Skill India, but what of the underprivileged?

If you thought Prime Minister Narendra Modis aim of turning India into the "skill capital of the world" was a pipe dream, think again. The ruling BJP government has gone ahead with setting up a formal central service for the purpose - the Indian Skill ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Fear not students, there is hope in America

'When I look at my new students -- be they an 11th grader from India or an Irish graduate student coming to study public health -- I see more commonalities than differences. 'They were born in a borderless world, a world of the internet and with a deep-seated belief they could live and work anywhere they wished'. NNS Chandra on how America has changed in the last two decades, but the American spirit has not. Why Trump's immigration ban should worry Indians Elections have always fascinated ...
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General Rawat knows the challenges his men face

'The scope of cordon and search operations has changed drastically.''Operations are now more focused, intelligence driven and involve very small cordons with minimum inconvenience to the people.''This has been the humanisation of conflict.'It has come to be institutionalised in the army's concept.''General Rawat has been schooled in this thinking and when he makes a statement it is with full consciousness of the institutionalised concept,' says Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd), the ...
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