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'Isn't death inevitable?' she asked
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'Isn't death inevitable?' she asked

Pupul Jayakar, her friend of long standing, remembers her encounters with the woman people loved and disliked in equal measure in that fortnight before her tragic death.   I went to see Indira Gandhi on 13 and 15 October, I arrived with a tape recorder; now she was not speaking to me alone, but to history. I was to be her ambassador, representing her to an unknown future. She spoke at length of her childhood and her growing up. Towards the end of that morning I asked her what she ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

Will Samvat 2074 be good, bad or ugly?

If GDP growth in Q2FY18 remains below 7%, the outlook for Samvat 2074 would remain uncertain at best, says Nitin Desai. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com October 19 marked the end of Samvat 2073 and the beginning of Samvat 2074 in some parts of India. The turn of the year is a time when one takes stock of the past and assesses what lies ahead.   On Diwali, many businessmen closed their accounts for the previous year and did a chopda pujan to open the books for the new year. One ...
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The fight against superstition gathers momentum

Though the list of superstitious beliefs is long, often dissolving distinctions of class, caste, religion and education, Karnataka's anti-superstition bill is seen as a big step ahead.Nikita Puri reports from Bengaluru.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   It took a 'talking' bird for Edgar Allan Poe to write The Raven. All it took for its crow cousin to become the subject of news in Karnataka was its deciding to sit atop Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's car last year. The crow ...
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Why most don't see communal riots as terrorism

The American police said that the Las Vegas shooting was not an act of terrorism because he acted alone. The killer was a Christian. Would the police have said the same thing if he was Muslim? I don't think so, says Aakar Patel. A few days ago a man in the American city of Las Vegas killed 58 strangers who were at a concert. He shot his machine guns into the crowd for almost 10 minutes, and wounded over 500 people. The American police said that this was not an act of terrorism because he ...
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What Ravana, Duryodhana can teach India's leaders

What drove Ravana, a good king, and Duryodhana, who could match Bhima on strength and valour to ruin?Arrogance, points out Arundhuti Dasgupta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   Speaking truth to power has always been perilous. Never more so now than before it would seem, given the death of a journalist who took political leaders to task, the ordeal of two women to put a rapist spiritual leader behind bars and the daily ignominies being heaped upon people who dare to choose a narrative ...
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