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Mr & Mrs Jinnah: Sheela Reddy’s book should be read as a rev...

In India’s nationalistic narrative Mohammed Ali Jinnah never got the place he deserved which was totally usurped by Mohandas Gandhi. Few nationalist historians have dared to cast a cynical look at Gandhi’s life and machinations and almost all of ... catchnews.com, 1 week ago
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( dated February 9, 1967)

P.M. hit by stone at BhubaneswarThe Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi sustained “a minute crack” on her nasal spine, when a stone hit her at an election rally this evening [Feb. 8]. Doctors who took ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Single dad is a sex symbol. Single mother is an unfortunate woman.

Kanika Datta calls out our parenting stereotypes and how both men and women play into them. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Pay disparities and the high drop-out rate of professionally qualified women from the white-collar workforce have been topics of fiercely contested debates about gender equality in the workplace. Innate male prejudice is responsible for these problems, the activists say. Managements (mostly malem, but the occasional female too) insist that the gap is illusory and ...
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A lot of Bull: 'Animal Spirits' reign in India

Most folks would recollect that a few years back Dr Manmohan Singh, while addressing a gaggle of industrialists, had bemoaned the fact that India lacked entrepreneurship, and that what it needed was an infusion of the "animal spirit". Well, he must be a happy ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Bangladesh is India's second best friend

It's something to remember as New Delhi welcomes Sheikh Hasina, says Sunanda K Datta-Ray. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomes Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina at the airport, April 7, 2017. Photograph: Atul Yadav/PTI Photo   India is understandably excited at the prospect of welcoming Sheikh Hasina Wazed. But it would be wise not to forget that China has always been the elephant in the room of India-Bangladesh relations, especially where rivers are concerned. I remember the pride with ...
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'If you sweat in peacetime, you don't bleed in wartime'

'We have to work for our victories.''We have to offer a better alternative governance model.''Not just criticise the current government.''You have to build bridges, learn from what has gone wrong and create a party for all people.' IMAGE: Sachin Pilot, president, Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee, at the party's office in Jaipur. Photograph: Archana Masih/Rediff.com Sachin Pilot president, Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee, breezes into the party's office in Jaipur, takes off his shoes ...
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'When Modi-Shah lose, no one questions their failure'

'Where they lose, you never ask why they failed there, like in Bihar and Punjab.''You are stuck on the UP victory, thinking they have the mandate to rule for all times to come.''The BJP has 282 MPs, but can I honestly say that the BJP is the party for everyone?' Sachin Pilot battles for a beleaguered Congress party, takes up for Rahul Gandhi's leadership and tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih that just because the BJP won UP, it doesn't mean it will win every election in every state for all times ...
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'I have never done films to feed my stomach'

'I do films because I want to feel proud of myself as an actor.''Why should I sign nonsense? IMAGE: Rahul Bose. Photograph: Kind courtesy Rahul Bose/Twitter Rahul Bose has made one of the toughest films of his career. He has made a biopic on a teenage tribal girl, who scales Mount Everest, and the shoot was expectantly difficult. He then promoted it aggressively, even making sure it was screened for the President of India. And now, he's tired. When Rediff.com's Patcy N met Bose, he was ...
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Prez calls for guarding against majoritarianism

President Pranab Mukherjee today stressed on the need to guard against "majoritarianism", saying those in power must take the entire nation along at all times. "Consultation and consensus is the best and often the only way forward," he said while lauding the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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A remarkable Indian you never heard of

A C Narayanan Nambiar's name will not ring a bell because he operated in the shadows where statecraft and secrecy overlap.An anti-colonial warrior, he was imprisoned in concentration camps and lived an extraordinary life, intricately linked to momentous turns in history.Having lived in Europe for five decades, he was witness to and entangled with what we today -- with the benefit of hindsight -- call recent history.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com There are not many people who will tick ...
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