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About 9 results for "mitali saran"

Mitali Saran: Above this sceptred sway

I used to be in favour of the death penalty. I thought that there was a time and a place and a use for it. Except that it doesn't teach them. The death penalty, everyone agrees, has no bearing on crime levels, and does not deter crime any more than ... Business Standard India, 18 hours ago
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Mitali Saran: Education is more than religious training

The human quest for self-knowledge, existential context, and meaning, spurs introspection and magnificent art, music, imagination, story-telling and culture. It can make you a seriously evolved human being, or a depressive wreck, depending on the ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago

Mitali Saran: The luck of the Irish?

Being a successful colonial power comes down, in the end, to effective public relations. The British, of course, were masterful at it. We are painfully aware of the results in India, and perhaps those echoes are partly why wandering around Ireland makes one ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Mitali Saran: Sentenced to life

When Aruna Shanbaug died in a Mumbai hospital earlier this week, we remembered again what that meant and what had happened to her. We all remembered that she was raped in the hospital basement by a staff sweeper, sodomised and strangled with a dog ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: One year on

One year after the Modi government romped to power on a development platform that came with Hindutva and lots of hyper-nationalistic bumf quite visibly poking out from the undercarriage, it has done a terrific job of looking both puffed-up and retrograde at ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Mitali Saran: How to lose friends and alienate people

Family can be freighted with baggage; romantic partners may come and go; but friends are the enduring furniture of our world Mitali Saran July 17, 2015 Last Updated at 22:23 IST By the time you hit your forties, you've typically got your own family - a ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

On smoking (Part 591)

Last week, on a day scheduled like a highway pileup, I got home in the wee hours. My mother had returned from her holiday just moments before, and she opened the door for me with a big smile. My mother's smile can light up the far corners of a ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
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A year of Modi sarkar: Oh, such a letdown

Not only is Modi's India not the shining land of dynamism and prosperity that he promised -- though it may be that, for some people, in a few years from now -- but socially it has the positively regressive tendencies that were entirely predictable. Mitali Saran analyses. One year after the Modi government romped to power on a development platform that came with Hindutva and lots of hyper-nationalistic bumf quite visibly poking out from the undercarriage, it has done a terrific job of looking ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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