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Kerala CM P Vijayan launches Rediff journalist Shobha Warrier's book
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Journalism with a conscience

I t's the human spirit behind the stories of entrepreneurship that attracts journalist Shobha Warrier, editorial director of rediff.com. Her latest book, Dreamchasers — Entrepreneurs from the South of the Vindhyas, records the success stories ... The Hindu, 1 week ago
Making dreams come true Business Line, 1 week ago

Bringing out the art in entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs are no less creative than artists, says writer and journalist Shobha Warrier. Like artists, they too begin from an idea, which is then transformed into something much bigger that contributes to the lives of many others.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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'I think you are hell-bent on shutting down my magazine'

Cho... Anything but Tughlaq 'Funny, eccentric and idiosyncratic.''There will never be another like him.'Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier salutes the man she loved to interview. The way the political situation in Tamil Nadu is emerging after Jayalalithaa's death, I wished Cho Ramaswamy had been be well enough to grant me an interview, analysing the situation in his unique humourous and sarcastic style. But then came the news that he was no more. It was around this time in 1996 that I first ...
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'Jallikattu movement is bigger than 1965 anti-Hindi agitation'

'What is surprising is the scale and spontaneity of the mobilisation and the social profile of the mobilisation.''Not just the youth, but women, children and families are part of this now.''This is completely unprecedented.' IMAGE: The beach road on Chennai's Marina is a sea of youngsters and students participating in a protest to lift the ban on Jallikattu and impose a ban on PETA, January 19, 2017. Photograph: R Senthil Kumar/PTI Photo The only word we hear in Chennai these days is ...
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Jallikattu: 'Tamil rights, not pride, have been hurt'

'Politically, Tamil Nadu has faced several setbacks in the past -- the water sharing issue with Karnataka, on Katchatheevu, on the Tamil fishermen issue...' 'In all these issues, the central and state governments acted in an inefficient and incompetent manner.''That must have stayed in the minds of the people.' Tens of thousands of young people have been congregating at the Marina Beach in Chennai, shouting slogans against the central and state governments for banning Jallikattu that is ...
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'Modi is assertive, not aggressive'

'We have not seen even during Vajpayee's time what Modi and the BJP has adopted now,' says Colonel R Hariharan (Retd). Colonel R Hariharan (retd), who served as head of intelligence for the Indian Peace Keeping Force in Sri Lanka between 1987 and 1990, had earlier spoken to Rediff.com on the One Rank One Pension issue when military veterans were on hunger strike at Jantar Mandir in New Delhi. Colonel Hariharan joined the Indian Army in 1962 when India went to war with China and served for 29 ...
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Journalism with a conscience

It was launched in the presence of K. Pandia Rajan, Minister of School Education, Archaeology, Sports and Youth Welfare, at IIT Madras Research Park. The event also featured other young entrepreneurs such as Padmanaban Gopalan of the ‘No Food Waste’ ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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Why RSS body is unhappy with NITI Aayog

'Some of the policies NITI Aayog has taken, we feel lean towards the corporates.''In a democracy, when you are making a policy decision, you are expected to take the views of all the stakeholders.' Dr Ashwani Mahajan, co-convenor of the Swadeshi Jagran Manch, is an associate professor of economics at Delhi University. He has been extremely upset with the NITI Aayog ever since it supported GM (genetically modified) crops. The SJM has decided to convene a meeting of all stakeholders involved ...
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'SMEs are badly affected, business is down 50%'

'Nobody expected the slowdown to go for these many days.' 'Unfortunately, it is an unbelievably bad slow down.' V Sundaram, the president of the Coimbatore Small Scale Industries Association, along with Vanitha Mohan of the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and K K Rajan of the Southern Indian Engineering Manufacturers Association, representing 52 associations from Coimbatore district, met several central ministers and prevailed upon them the difficulties the Small and Medium Enterprises ...
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'If Jayalalithaa wanted, she would have chosen Sasikala as her successor'

IMAGE: J Jayalalithaa with Sasikala Natarajan. Photograph: PTI photo 'There is no doubt that Sasikala wanted the transition to go this way.''The only thing the AIADMK MLAs want is to stay in power.' Dr R Manivannan is the professor and head of the department of politics and public administration at the University of Madras. Professor Manivannan discusses Sasikala Natarajan's appointment as AIADMK general secretary with Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier. After Jayalalithaa's death, people expected a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago '60% of MLAs and MPs are there because of Sasikala'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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