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Kapil Sharma: 'Alcohol never solves problems'
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Kapil Sharma: 'Alcohol never solves problems'

'To make paneer from milk, you need to add a good measure of sourness.''Both criticism and affection are a part of our lives.'Kapil Sharma shares his life lessons. IMAGE: Kapil Sharma in Firangi. It is past midnight when Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore catches up with Kapil Sharma who is promoting his second film Firangi at breakneck speed. Prasanna was asked to reach the venue at 6.30 pm, but discovers Kapil surrounded by cameramen, sound recordists and technicians. Other journalists are also ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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Indira Gandhi: Fearlessness in the national interest

'Fearlessness, courtesy, humour, wide interests and wisdom, deep commitment to Indian science and technology, passion for the environment, objectivity and the ability to see many things through not only a national but also an international prism.'   IMAGE: Indira Gandhi on a visit to the US in March 1966, a few weeks after becoming prime minister for the first time.After this visit she would devalue the rupee in return for aid from America, a politically unpopular move that brought her ...
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Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Review: A selfie camera for all

Xiaomi is known for a lot of things. First and foremost, it’s known for its well-priced smartphones, but you also get a fairly rounded package that includes good build quality, good software and innovation. The company’s products push the ...
 DNA1 week ago
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The Weak are People too

'Economically, if there are too many losers, macro-demand will suffer and undercut growth.''In more developed societies, the issue is resolved through the provision of safety nets, which don't exist in India.' points out T N Ninan. It is quite possible that the macro-economic news will get better from now on, as the shock waves caused first by demonetisation and then by the goods and services tax subside into ripples. Quarterly growth rates will improve, companies will start reporting better ...
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Why did Sundar Pichai fire James Damore?

'Should views such as Damore's be ignored, stigmatised, or corrected, point by point?' asks Mihir S Sharma. How does a company balance its responsibility to provide a wholesome workplace environment and its duty to allow its employees to think freely? That's never an easy question at the best of times, and these are not the best of times. Google, perhaps the highest profile company in the world, was forced to answer that question when one of its engineers wrote a memo questioning its diversity ...
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How Sushmita and Aishwarya became superstars

When Sushmita Sen won Miss Universe in 1994 and Aishwarya Rai returned home with the Miss World sash, most of us weren't really aware of just what the two titles meant. But we knew that the achievements were remarkable. For perhaps the first time, Indians woke up to the fact that 'beautiful' need not mean a tall, blonde, blue-eyed woman. Before Sushmita Sen and Aishwarya Rai became the most famous celebrities in India who weren't movie stars, they were just two girls competing for a title -- ...
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Burning down the house: Myanmar’s destructive charcoal trade

A trader turns off his truck’s engine at yet another checkpoint and, again, the soldiers ask him for cash. His truck is filled with charcoal from Myanmar, destined for factories in China’s mountainous southwest province of Yunnan. The charcoal ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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The sound of laughter is making Modi wary

People are steadily pulling the prime minister off the pedestal where they once placed him, which prompts Karan Thapar to ask if there's a change in the political temperature. You can't have failed to notice the weather is changing. Summer is over, winter is still far away, but there's a touch of autumn in the air. I guess this was at the back of Pertie's mind when he asked if I could also detect the altering political mood in the country. Now, there's no doubt the government is caught in the ...
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Not vikas, but vishwas will win Gujarat for Modi

The Congress forgets Modi has demigod status in Gujarat and there is no way he can be defeated in the state, argues Syed Firdaus Ashraf. While covering the 2007 Gujarat assembly election, I interviewed a well-known social scientist known for his anti-Modi views. "The BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) will do badly," he declared, adding, "(then Gujarat chief minister Narendra) Modi could lose his seat from Maninagar."   I wondered if he was in the right frame of mind, but I kept quiet. After ...
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'The politics of secularism is dead'

'Secularism is associated either with corruption, malgovernance or minority votes.' 'That allows the BJP to construct its own majority vote.''It will remain a feature of electoral contests, but it is not the only reason for the BJP's success.' IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi at the Gujarat Gaurav Mahasammelan in Ahmedabad, October 16, 2017. Photograph: PTI Photo Is the Bharatiya Janata Party juggernaut slowing down? Soon after the Bharatiya Janata Party's drubbing in the Nanded civic ...
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