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Sanjeev Sanyal at JLF 2017: Most likely, Asoka remained a mass murderer till end
Hindustan Times

Sanjeev Sanyal at JLF 2017: Most likely, Asoka remained a mass...

India's history is a chronicle of Delhi's political trajectory; The Aryans invaded India and exterminated its original inhabitants; India is a modern construct created in 1947; Asoka was a pacifist king who created the subcontinent's greatest ... Hindustan Times, 16 hours ago

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Churchill an unpleasant scoundrel, says Tharoor

Author and MP Shashi Tharoor has a one-on-one with author and economist Sanjeev Sanyal at the Bangalore Literature Festival on Saturday | Pushkar V BENGALURU: He was articulate, he was witty, he was clearly the crowd favourite and he pulled no ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Problem with India is we don't like change  New Indian Express1 month ago Bengaluru Literature Festival Day One, a page...  Dotemirates.com1 month ago In your city: Fifth edition of Bengaluru literature festival  Livemint.com1 month ago

Demonetisation a shock therapy to change business-as-usual scenario

New Delhi [India], Dec 16 (ANI): Sanjeev Sanyal, Economist, Urban Theorist & Author, while addressing the session on 'Business and Economics' at FICCI's 89th AGM, said that neither theory nor empirics could explain the recent demonetization move by ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

'Modiji was kind; tried everything that was served to him'

Celebrity chef Sanjeev Kapoor gets candid with Rediff readers. IMAGE: Chef Sanjeev Kapoor interacts with Rediff readers during an online chat on November 23. All Photographs: Hitesh Harisinghani/ On November 23, one of India's most popular celebrity chefs, Sanjeev Kapoor, visited the office in Mumbai. Dressed in a crisp blue shirt and black denims, Kapoor made a dashing entry. He spent an hour interacting with our readers through an online chat. From cooking for Narendra ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Understanding capitalism's hidden history from a Stalinist Soviet photo

Jaipur, Jan 22 (IANS) What does a Stalin-era photo of Lenin at a revolutionary gathering tell us about the evolution of the world's developed economies? It is that the developed economies do now require the developing economies to eschew the ...
 Yahoo! India18 hours ago

Govt to leverage Lanka's geo-strategic position to enhance trade -Dr de Silva

The government plans to leverage the country's geo-strategic position to maximise their relationships with both historic and new trading partners, Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. Harsha de Silva said. This is to reach the goal of ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago Govt. to leverage Lanka's geo-strategic position to enhance trade: Dr. de Silva  Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago

'All the best': Sacked head of the world's richest cricket board to Supreme Court

UTC Last afternoon, a prominent sports administrator in India wished the country's apex court "all the best" in a video message on Twitter that has gone viral. Now, why is this striking? Surely there's nothing absurd in a good luck wish. ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago Supreme Court Cracks The Whip On BCCI, Twitter Has A Field Day  News18.com2 weeks ago
Indian Express

'I don't mind if I have to start from scratch again'

By Kushan Sarkar New Delhi, Dec 30 (PTI) Wriddhiman Saha, who appeared to be doing well in Test cricket before his untimely injury, hopes to make a comeback on the strength of a good domestic performance, even if he is dropped for the time being. ...
 Press Trust of India3 weeks ago I don't mind if I have to start from scratch again, says Wriddhiman  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago

Woman of substance: JWT's Babita Baruah

, speaks to BestMediaInfo about her two decades in one of India's largest advertising agencies, her career highlights and things that inspire her Roshni Nair| Mumbai | December 27, 2016 Babita Baruah Today, when people switch jobs like ...
 Best Media Info3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Is fiction on the decline? Non-fiction found more takers in 2016

The tastes of the reading public in India seem to growing beyond fiction. In what is being seen as a major evolution in the Indian publishing space, 2016 witnessed a fast and booming shift to memoirs and non-fiction while fiction titles were subdued ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago 2016: Memoirs, Nonfiction ruled the roost  Asian Lite1 month ago The year fiction fell flat, memoirs and nonfiction ruled the roost (2016 In Retrospect)  News Track India1 month ago
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