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'Mudra Bank will change the way India is functioning'

'Mudra Bank will change the way India is functioning'

IIM-B, professor R Vaidyanathan talks to Shobha Warrier about black money, Mudra Bank and INooz, 1 month ago

'If you wish to start an IT company, India is the best place to be in'

Anand Chandrasekharan, CTO of Mad Street Den tells Shobha Warrier of Rediff. com that he wants to
 INooz1 month ago

Budget 2015: What we need now are difficult decisions

In an interview with Shobha Warrier/Rediff. com, he talks about the economic policies of the
 INooz1 month ago

'AAP's failure is not an option'

'AAP has to run a marathon and could face a new crisis on the way. The beauty is to learn from the crisis, correct the mistakes and move forward.' VBalakrishnan, a former chief financial officer of Infosys and a leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, discusses the AAP crisis with Shobha Warrier/ How do you view the current developments in the Aam Aadmi Party? I don't know what the real issues are. A lot of things are talked about in the press. In my view, the Aam Aadmi Party is a great idea ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

'For three days, we were starving'

'We had doctors from Syria who could not go home as the situation in their country is even worse. We are fortunate we have a safe home to come back to while they don't have that luxury.' Image: Minister of State for External Affairs General V K Singh (retd) with Indian nationals in Djibouti. Photograph: PTI Photo Tom Joseph, who worked as an x-ray technician in a hospital in Yemen, tells Shobha Warrier/ from his home in Kuttanad, Alleppey, why he is never going back to that war-torn ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

'All we could hear were gunshots and bombs exploding'

'If we were willing to go to Yemen, one can only imagine our condition. Only those who are desperate will go there.' Image: Indian Navy personnel escort an elderly gentleman, among the Indians rescued from Yemen. Photograph: Kind courtesy: The Indian Navy   Renju CK, an anaesthesia technician at the Al-Naqib Hospital in Aden, Yemen, was part of the first batch of 362 Indians rescued from the war-torn country. On his return to Edathua in Alleppey, Kerala, he recounts the eventful journey ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Yemen returnee: 'Government did a wonderful job'

'We could not sleep for many days. We kept hearing gunshots and blasts throughout the night.' 'To live in a war-torn city is terrifying.' 'Our journey from the hospital to the port was the scariest.' 'We were taken care of so well by government officials. They did not leave a single person behind.' Image: Indian Navy personnel on board the INS Sumitra undertake pre-boarding procedures. Photograph: Kind courtesy: The Indian Navy Indumol K G, a 24-year-old nurse from Kerala, joined the Al-Naqib ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

'Nobody can stop India from becoming a super power'

'Innovators are positive people and they see a solution for every problem. People who want to look at the status quo and just make money, will look at problem in every solution.' 'You have an entrepreneurial prime minister in (Narendra) Modi and he is going to do everything he can to make this country a thriving economy.' 'Compared to many other countries, e-commerce in India is still in its infancy. Human behaviour in a country like the US has completely changed. India has a long way to go. It ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Exclusive! Cardinal tells PM: 'Walk the talk'

'The BJP had ruled earlier too, but nothing of this sort happened then... I don't say the government is behind the attacks, but they don't do anything to stop the attacks.' 'The prime minister has to tell the perpetrators that it is not in the interest of the government that such incidents happen.' 'When somebody says all Indians are Hindus, responsible people should ask him to stop and assure the country that this is not the opinion of the government. But it is not happening and it is quite ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'You can be from a village but if your idea is good, it will take off'

Start-ups in the information technology domain are quite common these days. But three young entrepreneurs have ventured into a comparatively lesser known area of food: snacks.  Arul Murugan, co-founder, Chloroplast Foods, tells Shobha Warrier/, how he is bootstrapping his start-up. Photographs: Sreeram Selvaraj/ Two of them studied at the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University in Coimbatore and shared a hostel room. "There were only two choices before us: join the civil ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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