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About 189 results for "karan thapar"

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 Hindu, 3 weeks ago
The two faces of Mr. Modi The Hindu, 3 weeks ago

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Indian Express, 1 week ago

Forbes India Celebrity 100 Nominees List for 2014

A long list of 1100 celebrities that make it to the Forbes India Celebrity 100 nominees list A mitabh Bachchan or Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan or Hrithik Roshan, MS Dhoni or Virat Kohli... Who is the biggest Indian celebrity? Or is it the serial ...
 Forbes India6 hours ago

When Beauty Is Only Skin Deep: Intensifying Social Inequalities Through Rangbedh or Colour Discrimination

Countercurrents.org Inequalities and discrimination based on skin colour or rangbedh is not a new phenomenon rather it is deeply ingrained in mindset across India and throughout the world. Historically, skin colour has been used as a parameter to ...
 Counter Currents1 day ago
The Express Tribune

India can't carve out brand new red lines: Hina Rabbani Khar

Former FM says if Pakist­an wanted to up the ante on Kashmi­r, it would say plebis­cite first and dialog­ue later Former foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar. PHOTO: PID Former foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar on ...
 The Express Tribune1 day ago Pakistan not fixated on Kashmir issue: Hina Rabbani Khar  India Today1 day ago

Modi: The man of the millennium?

Let's hear it for "the man of the moment, the man of the millennium." That man is Narendra Modi, and those are the words with which an Australian public servant introduced India's Prime Minister in Brisbane on Sunday. "Modi, Modi, Modi," chanted ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago Agrawal: The man of the millennium?  Channel40001 week ago
Indian Express

BJP Will Get Only Handful of Votes in Valley, Says Omar

NEW DELHI: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today exuded confidence that his party, National Conference, will do fairly well in the upcoming Assembly polls in the state and predicted that BJP will get only "handful of votes" in the ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago Bharatiya Janata Party will get only handful of votes in Valley: Omar Abdullah  Financial Express3 days ago J&K polls: BJP will get only handful of votes in Valley, says Omar Abdullah  Indian Express4 days ago BJP Will Get Only a Handful of Votes in the Valley: Omar  Outlook India4 days ago
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Opinion: Modi man of the millennium?

Editor's note: Ravi Agrawal is CNN's New Delhi Bureau chief. Follow him on Twitter: @RaviAgrawalCNN. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author. New Delhi (CNN) -- Let's hear it for "the man of the moment, the man of ...
 CNN1 week ago The man of the millennium?  CNN1 week ago Narendra Modi: The man of the millennium? (Opinion)  CNN1 week ago

Letter to Nehru, Fifty Years After

Posted in: Asia, History, India | No comments I don't quite know how to address you, so I shall simply say hello, Chacha, happy birthday. Do always be well. I imagine there is no dearth of roses where you are, or of laughing children in the park, ...
 ZNet1 week ago

Peter Ronald deSouza: Sealed envelope: The talk of the town

It would certainly be an exaggeration to suggest that the advance of the Rule of Law in India hinges on the jurisprudence around the sealed envelope. And yet when one heard the discussion on television the other day, between the Attorney General ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago
Rediff.com

'Countries that forget their history cannot have a future'

Mahesh Rangarajan, director of the historic Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in New Delhi, tells Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com how the first prime minister will always remain relevant, and the efforts being made to keep his legacy alive. Mahesh Rangarajan, 50, is an Indian scholar who does what he likes. This is rare in India where usually the right people do not get the right job at the right time. Mahesh is a history graduate from Delhi University and from Balliol College, Oxford University, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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