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The ghost of colonial loot is coming back to haunt Britain
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The ghost of colonial loot is coming back to haunt Britain

'It is clear that Britain is a country with a limited future,' says Rajeev Srinivasan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I made a quick trip to Britain, on a sad errand: A death in the family of an uncle, and I thought it was important for me to be there to show my personal support, as they have stood by me in my own troubled times, for decades. Even though we were engrossed in the family's grief, the patriarch and I spoke about politics, as we often do, and it was probably a good thing for ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

WOW! Bhoothnath 3 is on the cards, confirms Kapil Chopra

The 2008 comic caper Bhoothnath was a significant film. After all, it was a B R Films production but not directed by Ravi Chopra, who had earlier directed Baghban and Baabul . A debutant director, Vivek Sharma, was the captain of the ship and Amitabh Bachchan ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago
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Home buying advice for young couples

While the cosmetics market and its customers wrestle with new age-defying and age-reversing concepts and products, there is one market segment that has actually discovered the fountain of youth. Over the three decades, the grey has been gradually leaching out ...
 Sify2 months ago

ANSTEY's PLAN- Kashmir Federation supported by India and Pakistan

In April 1957, a LSE economist with an India expertise—Vera Anstey —came up with an action plan to settle the raging Kashmir dispute, just as a jailed Sheikh Abdullah’s wingman Mirza Afzal Mohammed Beg, heading the Plebiscite Front began to rage against ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 hours ago

It's time to hit the financial gym this New Year's!

It's not uncommon to feel the unending need for money. It’s not uncommon to always be broke within a few days of your payment or salary credit. Though there are people who are financially prudent, good financial management doesn’t come easy to all.
 Sify3 days ago

Sensex Trades Dull; Bank Stocks Lead Losses

Posted by Equitymaster After opening the day in red,� share markets in India �have continued the downturn and are presently trading below the dotted line. Sectoral indices are trading mixed with stocks in the banking sector and stocks in the power sector ...
 Equitymaster.com3 days ago
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2017 Technology trends that will continue in 2018

This year, we witnessed some noteworthy technologies being introduced and mainstreamed. In 2018, these technologies will make an even bigger splash. 2017 has been an exciting year as far as technology is concerned. Breakthrough inventions in mobility, ...
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'The government is perceived with fear'

'No government should be viewed as authoritarian, rather as a collective institution of people,' says Pinarayi Vijayan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com My life story can be written on half a sheet of paper. It is the people, the party and the state I represent. There is no turnaround story on the politics of development that belongs to me as I am from a progressive party and one of the most developed states in the country.   Our story is that of a developed state working towards being ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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Gujarat elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi dares Modi to talk about Gujarat

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi asked prime minister Narendra Modi to talk about issues related to Gujarat in the state elections. Addressing a rally in Anand on Friday evening, Gandhi said that the PM was only talking about Congress party and the past, ...
 DNA1 week ago Two narratives are being sold to us on GST in a Rahul vs Modi showdown. Which one is correct?  catchnews.com1 month ago
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#PadmavatiControversy: Shahid finally speaks up

'I don't think you can make a film like Padmavati unless you give a part of your heart and soul to the film.' IMAGE: Shahid Kapoor addressed the Padmavati controversy at Reebok's Fit to Fight awards. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar His latest film Padmavati is mired in controversy, but Shahid Kapoor feels creative people should not be scared as art does not come from a space of fear. Both Padmavati Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and lead actress Deepika Padukone have received death threats from ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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