As a landmark year for the country - and the real estate industry - draws to a close, it's time to analyze what happened in 2016 and what to expect in 2017. For the real estate industry, 2016 saw the biggest changes in decades, especially on the policy front. Sify, 1 month ago
THIS YEAR HAS been a landmark one for non-fiction. In 2016 , climate change became the subject of literary soirees; serious research and personal documentation wove into the warp and weft of mental illness; a young neurosurgeon and father wrote about ...Open Magazine, 2 months ago
“All hill-stations have their share of ghost stories” writes journalist Sheela Reddy . “But the Doon must be the only spot that can boast of so many writers, living and dead, who have turned their home into their muse.” The Doon is a ...catchnews.com, 41 minutes ago
After renting out most of the space in its erstwhile iconic tower Air India Building here, the national carrier has now started the process to lease out around 25,500 square feet space at the Kolkata office complex. The airline, which turned operationally ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Asserting that there is no turning back on combating climate change, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged world leaders to support and nurture the landmark Paris Agreement. "Climate action means jobs, growth, cleaner air and better health. Leaders from ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Giving up cricket isn't easy for a cricketer especially when you are a legendary cricketer's son.But giving up the dream of being an actor would have been even more difficult for Angad Bedi.The young actor in a free-wheeling conversation with Rediff.com's Jahnavi Patel. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Angad Bedi/Instagram Before I can ring the doorbell to Angad Bedi's apartment, he opens the door, saying, "I heard you climb up." The cozy apartment, decorated in shades of light blue and white, is a ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Will China wage a water war against India? For many, Chinas dam building on the Brahmaputra river evokes the image of a tap that can be turned off at will, leaving millions in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya thirsting for water by the drying banks of ...catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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