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Holy cow: as Hindu nationalism surges in India, cows are protected but minorities not so much
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Holy cow: as Hindu nationalism surges in India, cows are prote...

Indolent Indian cows sitting or eating on the busiest roads of the country’s cities are common sights for anyone who has ever visited the subcontinent. Today, this mammal is at the centre of the country’s increasingly violent social upheaval. In ... catchnews.com, 3 weeks ago

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A lesson on the dangers of patriotism from a pacifist of World War I

When the Battle of Arras came to an end 100 years ago on May 16 1917, there was little for British and Commonwealth troops to celebrate. Though they had gained some ground in the trench warfare, the result was largely a stalemate, and there were an estimated ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Beyond Octopussy: Roger Moore's India connections

The James Bond actor spent months in India shooting for another film, but his connection to India goes much deeper than that, reveals Monali Sarkar. IMAGE: From left, Roger Moore, Mohan Agashe and Gregory Peck in The Sea Wolves   Roger Moore, who passed into the ages on Tuesday, May 23, had connections with India that began way before he came to the country to shoot his James Bond film Octopussy. It began with his mother. Lillian Pope was born in Calcutta during British rule. Moore, who ...
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Now, mocking Army on social media will earn warth of Pak government

Pakistan government will not tolerate anti-Army content on social media, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said amid a spate of posts against the powerful military. "A free-for-all system cannot be allowed. [Social media] has wide outreach, and it ...
 DNA2 days ago Narendra Modi, India’s social media star, struggles to get government online  catchnews.com2 months ago
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Dental problems? Blame your hormones, ladies

The increased levels of female hormones during puberty, pregnancy and menopause can cause dental problems, warns Lt Gen Dr Vimal Arora. Do women have special needs to look after their oral health? It's hard to believe that needs for both sexes can be different when the method for brushing is same. Researchers have found possible correlation between the two and the most viable attributable reason is the massive biological changes happening in women as compared to men.There are five reasons why ...
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Months after Donald Trump credited Twitter for his Presidential win, social meida site's co-founder apologises

While US President Donald Trump in an interview credited social media site Twitter for its role in him assuming office, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams apologised for the role the site played. In an interview published Saturday in The New York Times, ...
 DNA5 days ago
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Hungry kya? MTR may have something for you

MTR re-positions its brand to cater early morning to the hungry urban young. It has launched a range of breakfast foods to pave the way for future product and brand transformation. One of India’s oldest home-grown brands, MTR Foods, now owned by a Norwegian giant Orkla, is moving out of its comfort zone. Having built its image as a company that sold everything from ready-to-eat vegetarian Indian meals to papads, the brand is positioning itself as a healthy option in the convenience ...
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Two Swedish economists foresaw the backlash against globalisation – here’s how to mitigate it

The first article in our series Globalisation Under Threat looks at work from the 1930s that anticipated the backlash against globalisation. Economists Eli Heckscher (1879-1952) and Bertil Ohlin (1899-1979) died more than three decades ago. But it’s ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Show what you have done for countries, Nadella urges MNCs

"In terms of local taxes, in terms of local small business productivity, local large business competitiveness, their educational outcomes, their entrepreneurial work, that's what matters," the Microsoft CEO said.   Microsoft's India-born chief Satya Nadella has said that multinational companies need to give back to local communities and generate businesses for them to ensure long-term growth at a time when politicians from major countries are harping on nationalism. "Any company that just ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Maharashtra govt in talks to revive dying Kolhapuri chappal industry

The Maharashtra government has said it will conduct research on the dying Kolhapuri chappal industry and obtain a patent in a bid to revive it. As reported in The Indian Express, the state government will conduct research on the industry. On May 5, the ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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