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Terror outfits like Taliban, Haqqani Network retain safe haven in Pakistan: Pentagon
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Taliban, Haqqani network retain safe havens in Pak: Pentagon

Afghan-oriented militant groups like the Taliban and the Haqqani Network retain freedom of action from inside Pakistani territory, the Pentagon has said, while asserting that the US has been clear in urging Islamabad to deny safe havens to terror outfits. Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

Being smart is better for marketers

As we have been discussing in these columns, business-to-business (B2B) marketing is becoming more dynamic by the day and even by the hour, and marketers who are used to static marketing plans need a wake up call to deliver better results. Smartness is not at ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Damn demonetisation and the loss of face, IPL continues to splash the cash

The Indian Premier League players' auction is a strange, unpredictable animal, and that was obvious on Monday, 20 February. The auction brings different things for different people – unadulterated joy for some and resigned acceptance for others. Why, as ...
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Review: Why The Lego Batman Movie is the best Batman movie

This is a film about how we all — Batman included, obviously — love something about the Batman, and it celebrates all of it, says Raja Sen. There are many Batmen. Detective. Dark Knight. Dancer. Father-figure. Fascist. Flirt. Teacher. Troublemaker. Terrorist.   Created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane in 1939, the crimefighting vigilante has had a varied and sprawling mythology. With many a writer and filmmaker desperate to leave their own stamp on the shadowy character, the years ...
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India has a major stake in Indo-Pacific region: Navy chief

Asserting that "maritime muscle flexing" by some countries and other factors have made the Indo-Pacific region "more contested and more volatile," naval chief Admiral Sunil Lanba on Tuesday said the engagement of the Indian Navy in these oceans was symbolic of India's dream for this region. IMAGE: Admiral Sunil Lanba, chief of naval staff, centre, spoke on 'The Indo-Pacific: Portents and Possibilities' at the geo-economic summit co-hosted by the Gateway House and the ministry of external ...
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BSP or SP: Who will UP's Muslims vote for?

Muslims constitute 20% of UP's electorate.Currently, Muslim voters are divided between Akhilesh's SP and Mayawati's BSP.What will tilt the balance?Can Muslims back the winning party?Mohammad Sajjad explains the mysteries of UP's Muslim politics. IMAGE: A group of Muslims in Hashimpura offer prayers.In the centre is Mohammed Naeem, one of the survivors from the 1987 massacre.Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   Indian elections are more about the equations of social engineering. Hence in ...
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Why playing the Tibet card may backfire on India

'Given Chinese sensitivity to anything to do with Tibet -- and the fact that in the 1950s it was the Tibet issue which led to the deterioration of India-China relations and the border war in 1962 -- India should be particularly careful in not triggering a Chinese reaction which it may not be able to handle,' says former foreign secretary Shyam Saran. India-China relations appear to be sliding towards sharper confrontation as each country reacts to moves by the other, moves which are perceived ...
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'Modi is assertive, not aggressive'

'We have not seen even during Vajpayee's time what Modi and the BJP has adopted now,' says Colonel R Hariharan (Retd). Colonel R Hariharan (retd), who served as head of intelligence for the Indian Peace Keeping Force in Sri Lanka between 1987 and 1990, had earlier spoken to Rediff.com on the One Rank One Pension issue when military veterans were on hunger strike at Jantar Mandir in New Delhi. Colonel Hariharan joined the Indian Army in 1962 when India went to war with China and served for 29 ...
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'Cricket needs to wake up. But how?'

'Put cricket, first and foremost, at the centre of every decision you take.''The bottom line must always be the sport that we love.'Rahul Dravid as eloquent as always in his M A K Pataudi Memorial Lecture. IMAGE: Former India captain Rahul Dravid delivers the Pataudi Memorial Lecture in New Delhi in December 2015. Good evening... Thank you to the BCCI for asking me to deliver the Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi Memorial Lecture this year, instituted in memory of one of the great leaders of Indian ...
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2016 Rewind: India's women shine bright; Kohli enjoys dream run

With a mixed bag of success and failure, Indian sports remains in a state of inertia in the absence of a proper vision from the administrators. IMAGE: PV Sindhu, left, and Sakshi Malik celebrate after winning medals at the Rio Olympic Games. Photograph: Reuters An Olympic campaign saved by the fortitude of three women, a cricket team that rediscovered itself under a bold and zealous Virat Kohli -- Indian sports in 2016 was a dramatic mix of highs and lows wherein athletes mostly raised the bar ...
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