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About 12 results for "your right to live is not a luxury"

gizmo geek : Vinyl is dead, long live vinyl

Old, they say, is gold. Which probably explains the thriving antique industry. But when retro meets modern-day technology, it can be a very different story altogether, some might even say magical. One company has made quite an art form of recreating retro ... The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago

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Kashmir's Atwal Moment: Government must act now!

'...Else we will let the situation develop to a dangerous level where much greater violence will be the only outcome,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).   On June 22, 2017 -- a holy day of Ramazan for all Muslims -- Mohammad Ayoub Pandith, a deputy superintendent of police in charge of the Jama Masjid area in Srinagar, was attacked by a mob, stripped and stoned to death. This killing comes on the heels of Indian Army Lieutenant Ummer Fayyaz's murder in cold blood on May 10. The manner in ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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The Universe in One Tangerine: A Politics of Inter-being

I have always been a fan of salted cashewnuts—a very expensive treat anywhere in the world. When I was a child, the canteen of Metro Cinema in Bombay had them and if we were very good and very lucky, we might get to eat them during the interval. Those ...
 DNA1 week ago

Indian Threads

Think of mainstream Indian fashion and chances are images of Western wear or heavily embellished wedding lehengas come to mind. Yet far from the bling a few Indie brands are forging a quiet revolution with heritage weaves and designs.With a growing awareness ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Brands Forever

When India opened up its automotive sector in the mid-1980s, the country’s largest scooter manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, confronted a predicament similar to what many companies in emerging-markets or EMs face. Global behemoth, Japan’s Honda, was entering the ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Selling your home? Tips from top developers' strategies

Sooner or later, you will find that your 'starter home' no longer meets your family's growing needs for space, comforts and conveniences and that the time to upgrade has arrived. At that point, your first concern will usually not be finding the new home but ...
 Sify1 month ago

Citizen Chained

FOR 13 LONG days in March 1983, M Chandrakumar woke up and slept in a ten-feet-by-ten room. A ‘crude hole’ in the door allowed in food and water. A small opening in the wall by the door functioned as a urine outlet. Food was served once a day. During most ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago

Neiman Marcus Sells 'Destroyed' Designer Sneakers For $1,425

&& We’ve all seen “distressed” jeans before, but this “destroyed” sneaker takes shabby chic to a whole new level. Neiman Marcus is selling $1,425 “Future Destroyed High-Top Sneakers” from luxury designer Maison ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

They are taking JEE coaching beyond big cities

'There were extremely talented students in smaller towns, but they were not getting an opportunity to study at national level colleges only because they didn't get proper training to write such exams.'Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier finds out how Mervin Rosario and his partners at Ignus are working to change that. Decoding Kota: India's coaching capital IMAGE: Team Ignus. Front row from right, Mervin Rosario, Sharath Holla and Ferdie D'souza.Back row from right, Akshay Bedhotiya, Akshath Nayak ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Let the Armed Forces do their job

The recent by-elections in the parliamentary seats of Srinagar and Anantnag have made news for all the wrong reasons – a record low voter turnout of seven per cent, nearly 200 instances of violence and the incident about a stone-pelter being tied to an Army ...
 Sify2 months ago
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