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Thank you, smokers, for cutting the fiscal deficit

By Karan Thapar Idie each year from tobacco-related diseases and the figure could jump to 1.5 million by 2020 (International Tobacco Control Project estimates). Second, the total economic cost of all diseases attributable to tobacco use in 2011 ... Navhind Times, 4 days ago

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Two faces of Modi

Karan Thapar's opening statement in his article, The two faces of Mr. Modi (Nov.1), misses a prime quality we still expect of our political leaders — the ability to inspire. Political leaders occupy the pedestal on which the nation's future is ...
 The Hindu1 month ago The two faces of Mr. Modi  The Hindu1 month ago
Times of India

One loud cheer for Modi, don't be squeamish about it!

By KARAN THAPAR Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invitation to US President Barack Obama to be the chief guest on Republic Day was not just a complete surprise but in many ways a foreign policy game changer. This move has the potential to transform ...
 Navhind Times2 weeks ago Modi visionary but not impressive: Dikshit  The Statesman1 month ago Unimpressed Sheila wants Modi to walk the talk  Hindustan Times1 month ago Modi a man with vision, but yet to walk the talk: Dikshit  Rediff.com1 month ago
GR8 TV Magazine

Aneel Murarka hosts a party for Sooraj Thapar!

View all Aneel Murarka had promised his dear friend Sooraj Thapar to celebrate and welcome his baby boy. Adding to the merriment, he invited few of his close friends from tinsel town to be a part of the celebration. Celebs spotted at this ...
 GR8 TV Magazine3 weeks ago

2014's RSS story

A file photo of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat. Photo: HT After six months of being upbeat, is the public discourse now turning somewhat edgy? 2014 is the year when that the remote control became unapologetically mainstream and ...
 Livemint.com22 hours ago
Indian Express

Telescope: Those were the days

If you had tuned into the news channels early Wednesday morning, you could be forgiven for wondering whether they had made a historical blunder. Surely the day was Narendra Modi's, after his triumphs in Jharkhand and Jammu? So why were we watching ...
 Indian Express22 hours ago

A.S. Panneerselvan: What distinguishes history from bigotry

In our school days, we have read the story of the Scottish King, Robert the Bruce, who, inspired by a spider's relentless attempt to weave a web, gained confidence to come back after six consecutive losses to wage a war against the King of England ...
 The Gulf Today2 days ago What distinguishes history from bigotry  The Hindu3 days ago

Christians appreciate good governance day: Ravishankar Prasad

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. File photo PTI Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad speaks in the Rajya Sabha. File photo TOPICS The track record of our State governments, the track ...
 The Hindu4 days ago Undue importance given to conversion, good governance day: NDA  Economic Times5 days ago Undue importance being given to conversion row, good ...  Firstpost.com5 days ago

Pakistan will fail the litmus test of credibility: ex-NSA M K Narayanan

Describing Pakistan as a "failing state", former National Security Advisor M K Narayanan has said that there was no remote possibility of Pakistan passing the "litmus test" of credibility in prosecuting LeT terrorist Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, the key Mumbai attack handler.Narayanan said this on a day when Lakhvi, whose bail granted by a Rawalpindi court on Thursday sparked an outrage in India, was blocked from coming out of jail as Pakistan government detained him for three months under a ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Pakistan a failing state: ex-NSA M K Narayanan  Business Standard India6 days ago
Times of India

Confessions of a TV feku

What does it take to become a successful TV pundit? A bagful of assorted opinions, a wardrobe to match them and mild contempt for the medium, writes Vinod Mehta in his new book: I woke up one morning and found I was a mini TV celebrity. I had done ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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