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Lenin De-Mummified

SOVIET-ERA PUBLICATIONS have for long offered us a highly truncated picture of Vladimir Lenin. Besides those endless hagiographies, I remember reading one book that was slightly different for the age before the fall of the Berlin Wall: a copy of Lenin’s ... Open Magazine, 1 month ago

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'Is India so weak and fragile?'

'...that it cannot accommodate dissent and objection.''Are its foundations so delicate that it feels endangered even in instances outside of armed rebellions?''The question that needs to be asked of the political supporters of such laws is not why they are confident of the importance of the law on sedition.''It is instead why they are lacking in such confidence about India.' Over the past week, several cricket enthusiasts in the country have been arrested for celebrating Pakistan's win over ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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On the origins of environmental bullshit

This article is part of an ongoing series from the Post-Truth Initiative , a Strategic Research Excellence Initiative at the University of Sydney. The series examines today’s post-truth problem in public discourse: the thriving economy of lies, bullshit ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

3 Reasons Why Vishal Sikka Resigned; Infosys Share Prices See A Steep Decline

Vishal Sikka, who was hired by Infosys as the highest paid Indian CEO ever , has resigned from his post. As soon as the news came in, Infosys share prices crashed, witnessing its steepest fall in the last 9 months. At the time of writing, the share prices of ...
 Trak.in1 day ago
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Can't do my job while defending malicious attacks: Sikka

Sikka said he needs to move forward and return to environment of respect, trust and empowerment, where he can take on new lofty challenges. Vishal Sikka on Friday said he took the decision to quit as the chief executive officer of Infosys as it was difficult to carry out his job while constantly defending against unrelenting, malicious and increasingly personal attacks. Sikka has been in the midst of a public tussle between the management and founders with the latter making allegations of ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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Gorakhpur tragedy: Blame game points to larger healthcare failures

An unimaginable tragedy has now got the attention of the country. The Uttar Pradesh government has initiated a probe to investigate if the shortage of oxygen led to the deaths of 60 children undergoing treatment at the Baba Raghav Das Medical College in ...
 Sify6 days ago
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How Modi plans to deal with China

'Modi's China diplomacy signals a great change in India's attitude towards that nation -- from a defensive posture maintained over several decades to that of equal, controlled aggression,' reveals Uday Mahurkar in his fascinating new book, Marching with a Billion: Analysing Narendra Modi's Government at Midterm.The first of a two-part series: IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets Chinese President Xi Jinping at the ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan, September 18, 2014.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Why a planet was named after Sahithi Pingali

Nikita Puri introduces the Indian teenager who has joined the league of innovators with celestial bodies named after them. IMAGE: Sahithi Pingali's research on how to monitor freshwater bodies won awards at the International Sustainable World Engineering Energy Environment Project Olympiad in Texas, and the Intel ISEF, the world's largest pre-college science competition.Photograph: Kind courtesy inventureacademy.com   For almost a year, Sahithi Pingali's faithful companions included a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Prof who called minorities anti-nationals, becomes ICSSR member

JNU professor Amita Singh, who was last year involved in a controversy over her alleged remarks calling Dalits and Muslims "anti-nationals", is among the thirteen people who will be members of the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR). ICSSR, ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Amit Shah's temple visit shows up BJP, EPS ties for what it's worth

Even without Shah’s TN visit and the rest, the increasing bonhomie between the BJP and the AIADMK factions in the state have become more visible than ever in the post-Jaya era, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Image: BJP President Amit Shah at the Arunachaleswarar temple in Thiruvannamalai on June 27, 2017, during a visit to Tamil Nadu. Photograph: PTI Photo. Despite loud protests to the contrary, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah’s visit to the Sri Arunachaleswarar temple and the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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