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The Weak are People too
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The Weak are People too

'Economically, if there are too many losers, macro-demand will suffer and undercut growth.''In more developed societies, the issue is resolved through the provision of safety nets, which don't exist in India.' points out T N Ninan. It is quite possible that the macro-economic news will get better from now on, as the shock waves caused first by demonetisation and then by the goods and services tax subside into ripples. Quarterly growth rates will improve, companies will start reporting better ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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The Purge isn’t Just a Power Grab

BloombergBusinessweek It makes sense to be cynical about Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s ostensible crackdown on corruption in Saudi Arabia. Among the 11 princes, 4 ministers, and dozens of well-known businessmen arrested were some of the 32-year-old’s ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

No 'Love Jihad': Hadiya and the Freedom to Marry in Kerala

A 24 year old, now named Hadiya is the latest to be the centre of attention on the topic of ‘love jihad’. Formerly Akhila, she converted to Islam after being introduced to the religion through two of her friends. The only child of parents K.M. Ashokan and ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

18-year-old student's blog opens Tharoor's eye on 'caste'

Almost three years ago, former Union minister of state for external affairs, a well-known writer and speaker Shashi Tharoor wrote an article titled " Why Caste Wont Disappear from India? " quoting a study which said 27% of Indians still practised ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Sharjah Book Fair: Mathrubhumi bags ‘International Publisher’ award

Sharjah: Mathrubhumi has been selected for the 'International Publisher' award at the 36th Sharjah International Book Fair 2017. Mathrubhumi is the first-ever media house in the country to receive the award. The book fair, organised at Sharjah Expo Centre, ...
 Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago
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How Sushmita and Aishwarya became superstars

When Sushmita Sen won Miss Universe in 1994 and Aishwarya Rai returned home with the Miss World sash, most of us weren't really aware of just what the two titles meant. But we knew that the achievements were remarkable. For perhaps the first time, Indians woke up to the fact that 'beautiful' need not mean a tall, blonde, blue-eyed woman. Before Sushmita Sen and Aishwarya Rai became the most famous celebrities in India who weren't movie stars, they were just two girls competing for a title -- ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'Pakistan's hypocrisy on terrorism is threat to regional, global security'

[Belgium], October 29 (ANI): Pakistan's hypocrisy of sponsoring the same terrorists they claim to fight is a 'threat to regional and global security', says two Members of the European Parliament. Well-known and respected think tanks such as the Brookings ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Screen Savour: In the shadow of glamour

While many talented technicians are yet to get their dues, in terms of work and payment, the rest are satisfied to work in the shadows In a poignant but funny scene from Chachi 420, Kamal Hassan comes to seek Amrish Puri’s permission to marry his daughter ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Kamal Haasan drops another hint at taking political plunge

Chennai: Giving further indication of taking a political plunge, veteran star Kamal Haasan has said he will come out with a communication strategy on his birthday next month to keep in touch with youth. "I can see that a youth force is waiting to be ...
 Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago Actor Kamal drops another hint at taking political plunge  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Harvey Weinstein's lessons for India

'It is important whenever such accusations arise to provide whatever support we can to the accusers who, with inspiring bravery, have decided to take on men far more powerful than they are,' says Mihir S Sharma. The question that most people are asking in America is: How? How is it possible that Harvey Weinstein, the legendary co-founder of Miramax Films, could have survived so long as an egregious sexual predator? How long have his many friends and associates -- from his brother and fellow ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Lessons from a murder most foul  Rediff.com2 months ago
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