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School syllabus to have a lesson on civil services

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said the government will consider including information about civil services in the school curriculum. Inaugurating Dr Rajkumar Civil Services Academy here on Sunday, the chief minister noted that the number of civil service ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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The University of Warwick, 5 months ago

100 days of Donald Trump: The method in his madness

The world is still figuring out the man as he continues his enigmatic journey towards the first 100 days of the US presidency.But with emerging trends of realism and flexibility even his enemies have begun to see the logic in some of his actions, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. IMAGE: By ordering bombing in Syria after an emotional reaction to the gas attack after repeatedly asserting that he will not intervene and maintaining his hope of a grand coalition with Russia, President Trump has ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Indians in America are victims, not targets

Three hate crimes have deepened the fear among South Asians that Trump's rhetoric encouraged violence against them, but there is no evidence that Indians have been specifically targeted.And as long as there is no systematic targeting of Indians or condonation of such attacks by government agencies, there is precious little India can do, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan, who served as deputy chief of mission at India's embassy in Washington, DC, when the US imposed sanctions against India in May ...
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Why we must remember E Ahamed

'E Ahamed will be sorely missed as a decent and wise man who made the best use of his political career and personal abilities for the good of the nation,' remembers Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. IMAGE: 'It was long before he became a minister that Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao discovered his talents as a pleasant, well dressed and sophisticated Muslim to be projected at the United Nations,' remembers Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.'He earned the nickname "Permanent Representative" at the UN as ...
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