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How Mugabe plunged Zimbabwe into an abyss of despair
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How Mugabe plunged Zimbabwe into an abyss of despair

During his 37-year rule, the nation’s lush fields became wastelands, disease and hunger became rampant and the economy registered a negative growth of six per cent, says Shreekant Sambrani. IMAGE: Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace. On November 18, the 37-year-long rule of the country's founding father came to an end. Photograph: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters. “Game over. Done. Finished!” said a spokesman for the Zimbabwe War Veterans on November 18. I ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Vedanta bets big money on ramping up output, but sets rider

Mining mogul Anil Agarwal has said his company Vedanta Ltd will invest over USD 6 billion to double oil and gas production to 4,00,000 barrels per day in 3 -4 years, but wants the government to extend Rajasthan oil field licence without any condition.He also ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Coal India intends to enter metal mining

Betting on the "core competency" in mining, coal behemoth Coal India Ltd (CIL) is intending to foray into metal mining of iron ore, bauxite, copper and nickel, an official said on Wednesday."We want to enter into metal mining like iron ore, bauxite and also ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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Amidst actor Vishal row, RK Nagar returning officer changed

Chennai : The Election Commission on Saturday ordered change of Returning Officer for Tamil Nadu's Radhakrishnan Nagar Assembly constituency, where the bypoll will be held on December 21, said an official. The poll body has appointed Praveen P. Nair as the ...
 Sify1 day ago
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Whoever wins Kutch wins Gujarat, goes the saying. The region voted in Phase 1

There is a famous saying in the Kutch region of Gujarat – whoever wins Kutch, wins Gujarat. The incumbent BJP government has been dominating the region for the past several decades but if ground reports are to be believed all of that is set for a ...
 catchnews.com2 days ago

Amit Shah's protector. Amit Jethva's alleged killer: Meet Kodinar's king Dinu Solanki

Narendra Modi has consistently used the Somnath temple to project himself as a pious Hindu leader, both during his tenure as chief minister and now as Prime Minister. He has spent considerable resources in beautifying the temple town and visits it often. But ...
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ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell paid no tax in Australia for 2016

MELBOURNE: Exxon Mobil Corp and Chevron Corp paid no tax in Australia in the 2016 financial year, the third year in a row, despite reporting billions of dollars in income from operations in the country, a report from the tax office showed on Thursday. Exxon ...
 Sify4 days ago
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'Among India's military greats, he was the greatest'

Sam Manekshaw led the Indian Army to its greatest military victory this month 46 years ago.Lieutenant Colonel A K Shinde (retd), the field marshal's doctor for 25 years, tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih about the charming man behind the soldier's uniform. IMAGE: Then General S H F J Manekshaw with troops during the 1971 War. Photograph: Kind courtesy Major General B N B M Prasad and DPR Photo Division Archives Among the family photographs in Lieutenant Colonel A K Shinde and Mrs Raj Shinde's ...
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ANI Analysis: All Calm In the South China Sea?

Chinese moves in the South China Sea have been relatively quiet in recent months as President Xi Jinping consolidates the gains he has already achieved. A group of respected academics and experts on the South China Sea issue, speaking at a seminar in Hong ...
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India's quest for skills

Ajit Balakrishnan on how Indian society and the polity need to be carried along.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. A couple of years ago, in a moment of heroic idealism, I volunteered to teach algebra to Class VIII students in a neighbourhood school, a few yards away from where I live, in Colaba, Mumbai. A sizeable proportion of the children in the class were sons and daughters of fishermen working off the nearby Sasoon Docks.   My lasting memory of this brief episode (alas, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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