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Rethinking our Westernised biases
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Rethinking our Westernised biases

Ajit Balakrishnan reflects on pariahs, small businesses, and blockchains.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Last weekend, on the way back from a weekend trip to Varanasi, my first trip there, we were idly glancing at the books in the airport bookstall there, when my eyes lit on a book that has made me question many assumptions in my life. But, first the context. I have always been a dog lover. Shortly after setting up home in Mumbai, I adopted a dachshund. Like many obsessive dog lovers, I ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Hey, this is what India needs to know about

'Here's a list of the things we should be reading more about in the media,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There's nothing quite like pre-election buzz, is there? It's all very fast-moving and exciting, except that it's actually just a mesh of dissonance, provoked to drown out dull but important election issues with catchy but dangerous nonsense that can become election issues. Then the buzz starts to rise until you're plugging your ears, holding your head, and caroming ...
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'Modi made rich richer, poor poorer'

'People are angry.''First notebandi, then GST, now losses on the farm have ruined us.' Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In the first part of this India Spend feature, Alison Saldhana/India Spend spoke to small business owners near Mumbai to understand how demonetisation has affected their trade a year after Prime Minister Narendra D Modi outlawed Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes. In this concluding segment of the feature, she discovers that Modi's appeal to this constituency remains ...
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When you can't access your spouse's bank account

How can you access the bank account of an incapacitated person?Tinesh Bhasin lets us know.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Recently, the Bombay high court allowed a woman to operate the bank account of her husband who was in a coma. As there is no legal provision in banking to deal with such a situation, the wife had no option but to approach the judiciary to be appointed her husband's guardian. Anyone can face a similar situation where the breadwinner is comatose, incapacitated, bedridden ...
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4 benefits of buying insurance online

Tarun Mathur gives a quick low-down on what advantages one can have when buying motor insurance online Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com While there is no dearth of insurance companies and policies that promise you the best deals, it is very important for a consumer to keep her/his requirements foremost and purchase a policy accordingly. Earlier, when a person bought a new vehicle -- two-wheeler or four-wheeler they usually bought insurance offline without comparing and researching ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Buying insurance cover: Do women matter?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Sheena Bora Trial: Were the driver's call records tampered with?

'Could the Khar police and the CBI have tinkered with the driver's call data records?''And did their fiddling with the information not make it that they were tampering with the lives of people that were in the balance as a result of this case?'Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The moon was a crescent in the sky on that dark monsoon night. A middle-aged man, carrying a plastic bag, that said Mamta Tailors on it, was walking ...
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Guess who Indira Gandhi's political heir is

'Some BJP old timers have remarked that the BJP is now driven by its own high command, the way the Congress was under Mrs Gandhi, says Subir Roy.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There are remarkable parallels between the evolution of the careers of Indira Gandhi and Narendra Modi. While the two careers are naturally not identical, the similarities are too powerful to ignore. Mrs Gandhi consolidated her position at the top by splitting the Congress party and thereby ousting the old guard ...
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Shilpa or Mini: Who styled the sari better?

Two celebrities gave the sari a fresh twist this week. Tell us who wore it best. Remember Sridevi's iconic white sari from Chandni? Well turns out Mini Mathur wore a similar dreamy sari designed by Masaba Gupta, but with a corset. She called it the '2018 Chandni version'. "I was waiting to see who wore my corset saree just the way it was meant to be worn and it had to be Mini, who is a saree afficiando," Masaba wrote on her Instagram. "This is our chalk-white organza sari with a corset we made ...
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May 2018 be a less eventful year

'With 2017, will one shed violence, terror, rape, rage, pollution, environmental degradation and loss of humanity?''That may be too much to hope for, but for a while -- away from the carousing and partying -- spare a thought for hope and concord.''The world is still a beautiful place, if a little flawed,' says Kishore Singh.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The times may be bad, but can years, by themselves, be bad too? If so, then my own annus horribilis is thankfully nearing an end.
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18 things that will shape India's economy this year

As economic policy making moves from pragmatism to populism, the bulls begin to make way for cautious optimists. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Pre-election years are usually exciting. While the incumbents gear up for a dash in the final lap, the wannabes are likely to put up tall hurdles. As economic policy making moves from pragmatism to populism, the bulls begin to make way for cautious optimists. Here are some signposts to look out for: 1. Memories of 2008: The euphoria in stock ...
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