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Close-in: BCCI vs Supreme Court

The Indian cricket fraternity was anxiously waiting on August 23, 2017, for a concrete direction and order from the Supreme Court of India (SC) regarding the issues concerning the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The Committee of Administrators ... The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago

Delhi, Sao Paulo seen as worst megacities for sex attacks on women

Five years after the fatal gang rape of a student on a bus in New Delhi, the Indian capital was on Monday paired with Brazils Sao Paulo as the worlds worst megacities for sexual violence against women in a poll by the Thomson Reuters Foundation. The December ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
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How to revive India's economy

'Correct the perverse movement of the exchange rate and change the RBI's mandated goal in the Monetary Policy Framework Agreement from inflation control to investment growth.' 'Small and micro enterprises are in a very bad shape. Soften the immediate impact of the GST.' 'For the longer term improve their access to credit, technology and skill development and provide purpose designed infrastructure in all MSME clusters...' Nitin Desai suggests some concrete measures to revive investment and ...
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Mumbai floods: Why India's cities are struggling with extreme rainfall

Heavy rains Tuesday brought Mumbai to a halt flooding vast areas of the city. Image: AP Mumbai : As parts of India’s financial capital went under after more than 200 mm rainfall–the equivalent of 11 days of average daily monsoon rainfall in 12 hours–on ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Future of travel: India's OrcaPod

The OrcaPod is a prototype of what comes after boats, cars, trains and planes.It's India's foray into what Tesla founder Elon Musk calls the 'fifth form of transportation' and India's only entry at the Hyperloop competition by Elon Musk's SpaceX.Nikita Puri finds out how a team of students made it so far. IMAGE: The OrcaPod unveiled.It was built by students from different parts of India at a makerspace in Bengaluru, after '1.5 years of research and design followed by 2.5 months of intense ...
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Uzbekistan's Foreign Minister Kamilov meets Sushma Swaraj

Uzbekistan's Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov met his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj on 22 August. Kamilov, who arrived in India on Sunday, is leading a high level delegation from Uzbekistan including Elyor Ganiev, Minister for Foreign Trade of ...
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'Superfast Primetime' & modern India: Adam Roberts assesses country's future under Modi

In 2014, politics in India took a definitive turn when the world's largest democracy voted Narendra Modi , a controversial politician, to be its Prime Minister. Modi's ascendance to power got the media as well as political commentators divided along political ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

White-topping as pothole killer?

Devastated by record rains, the city's tattered roads have trapped Bengalureans in a twister of commute woes. In its frantic search for a late remedy, the government has a cure: White-topping, a massive, expensive project covering 29 roads dubbed as a final ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago

As the VC of BHU what Girish Tripathi said is deeply problematic. Here's why

Consider this: an 8 PM curfew for women. In fact, a 6 PM curfew for one hostel. Meanwhile, men enjoy the luxury of a 10 PM curfew. This, according to Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Vice-Chancellor Girish Chandra Tripathi, is for the safety of women. In an ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Why privacy is important and all need it

‘Privacy allows people a space where they can refuse to conform. And it is in that space where liberty flourishes,’ says Gautam Bhatia. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. In No Place to Hide, the book that chronicles Edward Snowden’s unmasking of the American mass surveillance regime, the journalist Glenn Greenwald writes that ‘only when we believe that nobody else is watching us do we feel free -- safe -- to truly experiment, to test boundaries, to explore new ways ...
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