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Can a politically strong middle class finally decide India's f...

A small middle class did emerge in colonial India. As it developed a political consciousness, it demanded change and freedom. However, in the context of the times, this meant political freedom from British rule. This is why most of the leadership ... Quartz, 3 days ago
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DTLA's South Park Adds Utility Boxes To Outdoor Public Art Gallery

/PRNewswire/ --The South Park Business Improvement District (BID) and the Do Art Foundation are pleased to announce a new utility box series, the next step in a curated Public Art Initiative to enrich and enhance the cultural vitality of the South ...
 Wall Street Business Network4 days ago
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It's good to be bad!

Ever since Amitabh Thakur exposed Mulayam Singh, leaders from political parties have come to say that it is illegal for government officers to expose the government! Perhaps they are trying to say that it is legal for political parties to indulge ...
 Asian Connection2 weeks ago

India's free and irresponsible media

by Shashi Tharoor I am, in a sense, a child of the Indian newspaper. My late father, Chandran Tharoor, started in the newspaper business when barely out of college, representing a pair of Indian papers in post-war London, and spent his working ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Be detached, be tolerant

There has been a gradual arrogation of powers by judiciaries across the free world. The Indian judiciary is carrying out some functions that are traditionally considered to be the domain of the legislature and executive. The media and the judiciary ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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When Bollywood got jailed

Bollywood's many run-ins with the law. Image: Salman Khan. Photograph: Stringer India/Reuters After 12 years of twists and turns befitting a Bollywood thriller, Salman Khan has been found guilty in the 2002 hit and run case. While the court verdict was declared this morning, the actor has already had his share of jail encounters, thanks to his other court case, where he was charged with killing two chinkaras or black bucks, a deer species, at Bhavad village in Rajasthan in 1998. Salman is not ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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