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India is having a very French moment

The third Bonjour India is coming to 33 cities! Avantika Bhuyan reports on this grand remembrance of things past, and celebration of possibilities in the future. Prime Minister Narendra Modi with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris in June 2017.Bonjour India is viewed as more than just a festival; both India and France consider it a way to explore new areas of co-operation and exchange.Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters.   In 2014, the façade of San Fernando Cathedral in San ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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The Coming Battle of the Bots

'The 2019 election and the run-up to it will certainly see bots being deployed in large numbers on all sides.' Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com On Friday, Devangshu Datta explained in the first part of this feature how 'any 21st-century political campaign will involve a lot of jockeying for social media territory.' 'The higher the profile of the campaign,' he pointed out, 'the more likely it is to draw freelancers.'   In the concluding segment of his feature, Devangshu looks at the ...
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No Indian city on JLL's list of top successful ones - what lessons can we learn?

JLL's annual research report 'Decoding City Performance: The Universe of City Indices' covers more than 300 city indices in the world that measure all aspects of city life. JLL Global Research has partnered with Business of Cities, a city intelligence and ...
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FIFA U-17 World Cup: What the tournament means for India

It would be unfair to expect India to bedazzle crowds with eye-catching football. This team is built around stability. But despite the talent, progress from a group that also includes -- apart from the US -- Ghana and Colombia, looks mighty difficult, writes Dhruv Munjal. IMAGE: Coach Luis Norton de Matos, left, with his players. Photograph: AIFF Media. Even after all these years, Ronaldinho still has a hypnotic hold over his audience. The thrills and spills make him football’s version ...
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Bengalurean, 2 other Indian students to join as Scholastic kid reporters

Three Indians, including one from Bengaluru, are among 44 kid reporters who will cover current events, breaking news, entertainment stories and sporting events from around the world this school year. Rohan Saketh Devulapalli (Bengaluru), Ananyaa Chopra (from ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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People next door: TCA Raghavan's book breaks down Indo-Pak ties for both the layman & the expert

In the introduction to The People Next Door: The Curious History of India’s Relations with Pakistan , TCA Raghavan clarifies that he has attempted to write, “an animated and anecdotal” history of India-Pakistan relations. Following the ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Plus size divisive to women, says Ashley Graham

Model Ashley Graham thinks the term 'plus size' is "divisive".The model, who made history in 2015 as the first curvy woman in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, says the phrase unnecessarily forces people into categories."I think the word 'plus-sized' is ...
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Gym Rats, please read this!

Taking up heavy exercise without being conditioned for it may expose one to risks like rhabdo, warns Ranjita Ganesan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It is not uncommon for boys in their late teens or early 20s to want to sport formidable muscles. Several indulge in aggressive body-building, relying on a high-protein diet. They could frequent just about any upscale building in the city for this, as most of these are equipped with a gym, Herculean trainers and big jars of supplements.
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Khushwant Singh remembers Indira Gandhi

'In her insecurity, she destroyed the institutions of democracy.''She packed Parliament with her supporters with loyalty being more important than ability; she superseded judges; she corrupted the civil service.''She knew how to use people against each other and was quite a master of that.''She would do this with calculated skill and in the bargain cause enmity between brothers, split up families.' IMAGE: Indira Gandhi surrounded by folk dancers from Rajasthan at her home in New Delhi in 1967.
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Physics meets philosophy in the Sheena Bora murder trial

If Pasbola seemed like he was testing Rai on his high school physics, Rai on the other hand, had relocated himself to a classroom of philosophy, offering beautifully inexact answers, arrived at after deep thinking.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Michael, a middle-aged, balding, man from Nigeria patiently waited outside Judge V S Padalkar's Courtroom 47 at the city civil and sessions court in south Mumbai on the second floor, ...
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