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What was Bengal like in 1945? After the famine of 1943 and the Quit India Movement, was Bengal seething with patriotic anger or was life still moving at a peaceful pace in the countryside? Was there widespread antagonism to all things foreign or were rural ... The Telegraph, 1 month ago

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Deccan Chronicle

Should the media not applaud Kejriwal's anti corruption plank? (Election Special)

It is true that every anti corruption movement in recent history has decisively shifted the centre of gravity of Indian politics yards to the right, as writers have asserted recently. Such campaigns have always had considerable media support.Internal tussles ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Politics of caps, colours and symbols  Kashmir Times2 weeks ago A mixed bag awaits AAP in Elections 2014, foretell the stars  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago

An echo of India's Aam Aadmi Party in Pakistan

Arvind Kejriwal may well have found his doppelganger in Pakistani civil servant Adnan Randhawa. Like Kejriwal, he quit civil service and now heads a political outfit called the . The AAPP, formed a fortnight ago, is the second AAP-like venture in ...
 Times of India1 week ago Agrawal: Why India feels jilted by Obama  Channel40001 week ago Why India feels jilted by Obama  Gnom.es1 week ago Arvind Kejriwal: The most dangerous man in India  Gulf News2 weeks ago

Is it not time for India, Pakistan to reconcile?

is a significant landmark in the history of Indian freedom movement. The destiny of millions of Muslims residing in the Indian subcontinent was changed forever on this day. Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, also regarded as a staunch champion of ...
 Arab News3 weeks ago INDIA-PAKISTAN: Bin Laden Continues To Terrorize  Strategy Page1 week ago A Pakistani view of the Indian elections  Rediff.com3 weeks ago India 2014 Elections: How Does China View The Political Campaign Of Its Neighbor And Rival?  International Business Times6 days ago

Executive Movements at the Top, Business as usual says Symantec

Symantec firing its second CEO Back in India, the attrition woes have been severe for the technology vendor. The senior most post (managing director) of Symantec India changed hands - three times in past three and half years. With the abrupt ...
 ChannelWorld India2 weeks ago Executive Movements at Top, Business as usual says Symantec  CIO India2 weeks ago

Changes at the Top: Key movements in 2013

The past year has witnessed considerable churn in the top management of telecom businesses operating in India. As operational and financial challenges continued to plague the sector, many operators and vendors undertook organisational restructuring, ... weeks ago

Mannan threatens to quit over candidate choice

He took the Congress flag from Vinoba Bhave when the legendary leader came to Hooghly during Bhoodan Movement in 1964.Since then, Abdul Mannan has never let the Congress down.
 Times of India1 month ago
The Telegraph

Constitution through Benegal's eyes

There have been several films on India's freedom struggle or those who led the movement against the British but Shyam Benegal has chosen to breathe life into a facet seldom touched upon ' the making of the Constitution, which had turned out to be quite a ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago

7th Anniversary Special: Beyond Devices

Mobility solutions are not exactly new to the Indian enterprise. But since last year or so, mobile computing is transforming IT and the way companies do business on a large scale. As a result, they are also impacting the products and services IT ...
 ChannelWorld India8 hours ago
Deutsche Welle

Transgender people 'not even considered humans'

On Tuesday, April 4, India's highest court said the South Asian nation's transgender community would from now on be treated as a third gender, which is neither male nor female. The ruling has paved the way for equal rights for India's ...
 Deutsche Welle23 hours ago
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