The Constitution of India provides for a certain balance of power and resources between the Centre and the states. Are the respective shares just and fair, or should more power be given to the states? The demand for more power to the states rose to ... Calcutta Telegraph, 3 days ago
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Ratan Tata and his team faced humiliation when they went to sell the group's fledgling car business to Ford in 1999, but came back to do a big favour just nine years later by taking over the American giant's marquee brands Jaguar and Land Rover. ...News24online, 1 month ago Must Read : How Ratan Tata took revenge on Ford by buying out JLR Motoroids.com, 1 month ago Ratan Tata takes answers 'humiliation' by Ford with JRL buyout CarTrade.com, 1 month ago Humiliated Tata did Ford a favour by buying JLR The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
Vinod Mehta was a reporter's delight. Yet, he had a dark side to his career 31 May 1942 — 8 March 2015, Photo: Tehelka Archives He was the best of editors. He was the worst of editors. He was a man who sometimes knew too much. He was one ...Tehelka, 1 month ago Vinod Mehta: Unconventional, irreverent, unpredictable... Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago
Vinod Mehta stood up for the underdog and the less privileged and was wary of claims made by business houses and politicians, writes Ajith Pillai Photo: Tehelka Archives I would not go overboard to say that Vinod Mehta was perfect. No human ...Tehelka, 1 month ago
Under flak from the Opposition for his Government's failure to fulfil its various poll promises, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday sought to turn the table on the Congress and NCP, by saying that his Government was trying to ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Mumbai, March 12 Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday blamed the 15-year-long Congress -Nationalist Congress Party rule for the various problems plaguing the state. "You (the Congress-NCP) have created problems... We are ...ProKerala.com, 1 month ago
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I vividly remember meeting Vinod Mehta. The opportunity presented itself when he agreed to give a no-holds-barred interview to the news organisation I used to work for back then. This was during the time when he was Outlook's editor. Post that ...Millennium Post, 1 month ago
Last week, the Maharashtra government scrapped an ordinance that mandated reservations for Muslims in educational institutions, which had been upheld by the Bombay High Court. But the government continues to support the other quota — in favour of ...Carnegie Endowment, 1 month ago
Mehta was known to be outspoken and had an unerring instinct for what would be read What Vinod Mehta had, in two words, was ‘editorial chemistry’. Dina Vakil, a Mumbai editor who had worked with him at The Indian Post, coined the phrase and captured what it meant in an e-mail she sent me soon after I began working for Mehta at Outlook magazine. “Still remember him wearing his trademark papaya-yellow shirt, slumping in his editorial chair and looking ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Obit | Vinod Mehta: The man who had editorial chemistry Agencyfaqs!, 1 month ago
Any time the Congress promised reservations, the BJP denounced it as vote-bank politics. The party did it again last year after the Congress government in Maharashtra decided to institute reservations for Marathas and Muslims. But the Maharashtra ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
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