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When perception matters more than evidence
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When perception matters more than evidence

Somehow, the sight of a specific person going to prison for a crime seems to warm many an Indian heart as compared with the sight of seeing the evidence stacked up against an accused just not withstanding judicial scrutiny, says Somasekhar Sundaresan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The Allahabad high court set aside the conviction of the Talwar couple last month in the tragic twin murder of teenager Aarushi Talwar and domestic help Hemraj in Noida. The high court ruled that the ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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The role Bangladesh played in India's change of heart about the Rohingya crisis

India is trying to put "pressure bilaterally and multilaterally on Myanmar to stop persecution on ethnic minority Rohingya Muslims", the office of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina claimed Friday after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj made a ...
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Entrepreneurship is not the solving of a sum but the painting of a picture

India’s salvation lies in job creation by entrepreneurs, say Manish Sabharwal and Ashok Reddy. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Now that the heaviest drama of the Infosys and Tata episodes is behind us, it’s finally possible to speak up for founders and acknowledge these were very different situations; Tolstoy once said that every happy family is alike, but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. Founders often have three concurrent roles at company birthing: CEO, ...
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Karan Singh, retired by profession not by heart

Karan Singh Jagawat, retired Assistant Commissioner, Indian Railways, at the age of 70 does not want to retire from his adventure and energy. Titled as Mr Supersenior, Jagawat, completed 20,000 kilometres trek across the country on a bicycle, on Wednesday. It ...
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India's first Olympic swimmer passes away

India's first Olympic swimmer Shamsher Khan passed away on Sunday after suffering a heart failure. Shamsher, 87, is survived by three daughters and two sons.   He lived in a small village, Kaithepalle near Repalle in Andhra Pradesh’s Guntur district. "He complained of chest pain in the morning. Before we could reach the hospital, he passed away," Shamsher's daughter-in-law M Roushn said. He secured a passage to the 1956 Melbourne Summer Olympics after creating a national record in ...
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'Dangerous' Jeakson ready to rock at U-17 World Cup

‘People think the level of Indian football is very low, that is a wrong notion’ ‘We are not that low. We want to show the world that we can play at the highest level’ IMAGE: Jeakson Singh’s indomitable will has brought him back into the Indian team for the U-17 World Cup. Photograph: Rob Carr/Getty Images The meagre family income pulled through by his vegetable-seller mother has Jeakson Singh worried quite often but the midfielder shoves it away by focussing ...
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Saina crashes out of World Championship, brings home bronze

Saina Nehwal’s impressive run at the World Championship came to an end after a heart-breaking loss against Rio Olympics bronze medallist Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in the women's singles semi-finals in Glasgow on Saturday. Saina pockets a bronze following this effort. Saina, who had won a silver medal two years ago at Jakarta, gave everything in a battle of attrition but Okuhara's never-say-die attitude helped her to outmanoeuvre the Indian in an energy-sapping sem-ifinal clash at the ...
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Berggruen opens fourth hotel in north India

New York-based billionaire Nicolas Berggruen's hospitality venture Berggruen Hotels in India has opened its fourth property in the northern region. A part of the $2 billion Los Angeles-based Berggruen Group, the hotel company's new offering christened Keys ...
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Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Review: A selfie camera for all

Xiaomi is known for a lot of things. First and foremost, it’s known for its well-priced smartphones, but you also get a fairly rounded package that includes good build quality, good software and innovation. The company’s products push the ...
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Football Briefs: Chhetri winner in running for 2017 AFC Cup Goal of Tournament

News of all that's transpired on and off the football field IMAGE: India captain Sunil Chhetri. Photograph: AIFF Media India captain Sunil Chhetri's spectacular free-kick goal in Bengaluru FC's 1-0 win over Maldives club Maziya Sports and Recreation in the AFC Cup has been nominated as one of the four best goals of the tournament. Chhetri curled past the Maziya defensive wall and the goalie to dump the ball into the net in the 57th minute of the group match in Bengaluru on May 31 to send his ...
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