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Uttam's Take: When will the coffins stop coming home?
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Uttam's Take: When will the coffins stop coming home?

Uttam Ghosh offers his take on the unfortunate tragedy where our brave soldiers die every week to prevent more lethal attacks on the nation. When Narendra Modi became prime minister the terrorists would never dare to cross the LoC, Amit Shah, then a minister in the Gujarat government, promised us, implying that Modi's tough guy image would scare the terror masterminds lurking across the border to keep their murderous hordes away from the Kashmir valley. With the almost weekly terror attacks ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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So what is your Nationalism Quotient?

Durba Dhyani gets lessons in patriotism.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com "Lose your TV and keep your sanity," a friend had advised some time back. She gave away her TV set about two years ago and has been glowing ever since. "Ignorance is bliss," she croons, whenever asked the secret of her great skin. Since my refrigerator has packed up and my washing machine is in its death throes, I decided to retain the one thing that still works in the house. And so I have paid the price -- sitting ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Sujoy Ghosh's Kolkata gaze

The writer-director on his new film, shooting the city of his childhood in new ways and pulp fiction influences Sujoy Ghosh has been making films since 2003 (his debut film was Jhankaar Beats). In his small body of work, he has largely succeeded in ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

3rd IoT Summit 2017

Kohinoor Continental Hotel, Mumbai, India- Greetings from Virtue Insight, I am happy to invite you and your colleagues to be a sponsor/ delegate for our upcoming " ". The conference will be held on 08th March 2017, Kohinoor Continental Hotel, ...
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Just imagine! Rahul Gandhi's earthquake-wallah speech

What exactly would Rahul Gandhi tell Parliament on the notes ban that would cause an earthquake? On Friday, Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi boasted that if he spoke in Parliament on the notes ban, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government would be 'hit by an earthquake.' With Parliament facing a logjam, it seems unlikely that Rahul will get to speak any time soon. Utkarsh Mishra imagines what is it that Baba Gandhi would say if he got the chance.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com ...
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Money... Money...Money...

'I pack my water, biscuits, books and tent, and take my place in the queues.' 'Every time I get close, cash runs out.''Deserted shops, my dry bank, the empty ATMs -- this entire gigantic shitstorm is now more real and easier to process,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I have trouble flying -- hate it, avoid it. But if your country is going through demonetisation hell, and you're among the privileged, it's your duty not to clog up ATM lines unnecessarily. It's your duty ...
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10 arguments on demonetisation I am fed up of

In all the time he has spent in bank and ATM queues, these 10 arguments were being thrown at him constantly by those supporting demonetisation, says Syed Firdaus Ashraf.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Two weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, I am tired of running from one bank to another or in search of an ATM that will spew out cash. Apart from the fatigue caused by all this physical activity, my ears are also weary. For the ...
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'Pakistan's nuclear plans directed at Indian incursion into Pakistan'

'If Indian armed forces entered Pakistan and succeeded in inflicting major damage on the Pakistani army and occupied territory in the Pakistani heartland, there is reason to think the Pakistani military would use some nuclear weapons against the incoming Indian forces to compel India to stop.' IMAGE: Soldiers search for terrorists in Lachipora in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, September 20, 2016. Photograph: Umar Ganie Testifying before the United States Senate Armed Services Committee Subcommittee ...
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The black money problem is far from over!

The associated hype and hyperbole over the government's decision to ban Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes simply seems to exploit the financial and economic illiteracy that is prevalent even among the educated middle class who haven’t comprehended the issue, let alone the rural illiterate, says Sridhar Aiyangar. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Let me at the outset say that I welcome the demonetisation move but do not support: the shock and awe approach that has caused hardships to a ...
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How Trump will 'deal' with the world :)

'Europe can be discussed on a golf course...''All that phoney talk about human rights, climate change, Green energy...''North Korea? What do I care what the man with the bad haircut does?'Ambassador B S Prakash's tongue-firmly-in-cheek look at the world according to Donald J Trump.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It is the practice in the US that a briefing is given to the incoming President by the old professionals of the Establishment, especially on matters relating to foreign affairs, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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