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Dense fog in North India hits air, rail traffic; causes road accidents
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Dense fog in North India hits air, rail traffic; causes road a...

Flight operations at the Indira Gandhi International Airport were affected for the second day on Thursday with four domestic flights diverted to other aerodromes amid low runway visibility due to dense fog. Flight operations at Delhi airport are ‘intermittent’ but not ‘suspended’, an airport official said. “The low visibility procedure was implemented at 3 am. ATC is clearing arrivals and departures as per the fog situation,” the official said. He said ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
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No comparison between Modi and Indira: Sonia

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday said there was no comparison between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and late Indira Gandhi and rejected suggestions that the party did not have leaders to take him on. IMAGE: Indira Gandhi surrounded by women folk dancers from Rajasthan while sitting on a swing erected for a Teej Festival celebration at her residence in New Delhi in 1967. Photograph: Express/Getty Images She also made it clear that she was not “troubled” by comparisons ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago She was like my mother: With kids by her side, Sonia salutes Indira Gandhi  Rediff.com1 week ago Modi's masterstroke  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Why we can't write off Stalin despite DMK losing the by-polls

AIADMK’s Jayalalithaa won three assembly by-elections from her hospital bed. However, the DMK heir’s decision to disempower second-line satraps, who were running personal fiefdoms in their districts, and his fresh approach, could prove beneficial in the next polls, observes N Sathiya Moorthy. IMAGE: AIADMK cadres celebrate their party's victory in three assembly by-polls in front of Apollo Hospital where Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is undergoing treatment, in Chennai.
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Democracy going through darkest hours under Modi government: Rahul

Rahul Gandhi on Monday made a scathing attack on the Modi government, saying democracy is going through “one of its darkest hours” with the ruling dispensation “obsessed with power and seeking to silence” all those who disagree.  Presiding over the meeting of the Congress Working Committee in the absence of party chief Sonia Gandhi, the party vice president charged that, “hiding behind the cloak of national security, civil society is being intimidated for ...
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Don't behave like Mallya, return to India: HC to Moin Qureshi

Don’t behave like Vijay Mallya, the Delhi high court on Wednesday told controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi and directed him to return to India by mid-November and appear before the Enforcement Directorate for questioning in a money laundering case against him. “Do not behave in a fashion Vijay Mallya did,” Justice A K Pathak said as he turned down a plea of Qureshi, who is in Dubai, for interim protection from arrest or any coercive action by the agency for 15 days.
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Stalin brings civility back into TN politics, but there's a hurdle

More than the traditional Dravidian political rivalry that’s now on display, it’s boiling down to father-son one-upmanship within the DMK, says N Sathiya Moorthy. For a chip of the old block, M K Stalin, politician-son of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M Karunanidhi, is making feeble yet continual attempts at bringing back the missing ‘civility’ in southern Tamil Nadu’s Dravidian political discourse. If he is getting less cooperation from the ruling All India ...
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6 states hold key to India's demographic dividend

Perhaps half-way through India’s demographic transition, what is the outlook for the future? Robert Malthus wrote his famous An Essay on the Principle of Population in 1798. In that book his basic thesis was that population growth would likely swamp increases in production (mainly food) so that mankind would remain trapped at low standards of living, held back by hunger, famine and disease. In different forms the spectre of the “Malthusian Trap” held sway over the 19th ...
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Shastri: India's forgotten reformer

Shastri took the first big step to transform India’s agriculture, the benefits of which his successors reaped in plenty, says A K Bhattacharya. In a recent article, eminent historian Ramachandra Guha wrote about India’s second prime minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri. Mr Guha argued quite convincingly that in spite of his many achievements, Shastri did not get his due either from the nation or from the Congress party, which he had served for his entire life. Shastri took the first big ...
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There is a just solution to the lingering Cauvery row

Verifiable ‘distress-sharing’ of available water may still be the way out of the Cauvery water row, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Image: Pro-Kannada activists protesting in Mysuru on Tuesday in the wake of the Supreme Court directive to the Karnataka state to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu. Photograph: PTI Photo. Independent of this week’s violence and the Supreme Court proceedings, before and after the attacks, ‘distress-sharing’ of available water on a seasonal ...
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Dense fog cover shrouds Delhi; flights affected

Heavy fog engulfed the national capital on Wednesday -- the first this season -- delaying 18 flights and 50 north-bound trains. Five of the flights were diverted due to poor visibility at the Indira Gandhi International Airport where low visibility procedures were implemented. “More than 18 flights were delayed due to the sharp drop in runway visibility, forcing the airport authorities to switch to operations under LVP,” officials said. The visibility was recorded at 800 metre at ...
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