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Not comfort books, I need comfort writers

How many times can you read the same book?Instead, T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan turns to different books by same writers -- they are like comfort food and comfort music. Photograph: Paul Bence/Flickr Once upon a time, Delhi used to have very well-stocked public libraries. The best of them was the Central Secretariat Library. But these libraries declined as the years went by. From the 1970s onwards one had to fend for oneself, mostly from bookshops. One consequence of this was the reduction in the ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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What the Rest of India can teach politicians

'Politicians insist on focusing on the North even though the rest of India offers a better way of engaging with our Muslims namely, live and let live,' argues T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. In 1947, the British freed us from their rule. Amidst violent Hindu-Muslim riots, they also freed some Muslim Indians from the fear of Hindu majority rule by giving them Pakistan. Pakistan has moved on since then. Seventy years later, however, we in India are still angsting over Hindu-Muslim relations. But as ...
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'Modi must recognise this huge blot...'

'In the three years since 2014 social tyranny has become a very real problem.' 'The government has denounced this tyranny -- once in a while.''But its supporters in North India bash on regardless,' says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com For the last three years, an old word has been renewed, not without sufficient reason, 'tyranny'. A very close relative is 'intolerance'. Much has been made of this word by historians and politicians when discussing British rule ...
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The art of getting out hit wicket

'Modi is not being consistent with his past record of caution.' 'Has something changed in the way Modi does things?' asks T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not an impulsive man. He weighs his options and their political costs and benefits fully before proceeding with anything. Three of his recent decisions have to be judged with this in mind. The first is the demonetisation of high denomination currency notes in November 2016. The ...
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Almost resigned from RBI on differences with Chidambaram, says ex-Governor Y.V. Reddy

New Delhi : As the key figure in the balance of power between the government and the Reserve Bank of India, former RBI Governor Y.V. Reddy once contemplated resignation, and had to even offer an unconditional apology to the minister, his autobiography ...
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