Tuesday, February 02, 2016

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The Daily Kiwi
Indian Express


Ten years on, MGNREGA requires constant review. And consistency in political support
Jairam Ramesh
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The global economy is in trouble but India is attracting positive comment
Vikram S Mehta
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India's expanding stakes in US demand a more strategic view of their changing politics
C. Raja Mohan
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Supreme Court has an opportunity to rectify its ruling on Section 377
Tarunabh Khaitan
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The Hindu


Rohith and the real anti-nationals
Peter Ronald deSouza: It is a casteist mind that sees Rohith's actions as casteist. Rohith was a patriot because he held a mirror to society.

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A test of dignity and democracy
Gautam Bhan: Today, as the Supreme Court hears the curative petition on Section 377, it has an opportunity to be the last resort of the oppressed.

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Seizing the 'One Belt, One Road' opportunity
Samir Saran, Ritika Passi: China's 'One Belt, One Road' could potentially allow India a new track on its own attempt to integrate South Asia.

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The Times of India


Don't stoke the fire: High politicisation of caste doesn't serve the interests of either students or job seekers
TOI Edit

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The past of caste: Ancient India did not sanctify it, caste discrimination is more recent than we think
Amish Tripathi

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Does India have a strategic culture? Yes, it is slowly beginning to develop one
Arjun Subramaniam

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The Hindustan Times


India a 'bright spot' in an otherwise gloomy global economy
The primacy of economic development and progressive reforms has been the hallmark of the Modi government.

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India's Pakistan policy has zigzagged under every prime minister
India relives history with prime ministers who seek to reinvent the foreign-policy wheel rather than heed past mistakes.

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NDTV


On My Twitter Dispute With Anupam Kher
Shashi Tharoor

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Modi-ji, your acche din are the same as purane din
Mani Shankar Aiyar

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When AMU Killed A Gay Professor
Mohd Asim

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Why 8,000 People Showed Up In Bengaluru For IT Firm's Interview
Nitin Pai

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My Role As A Gay Professor In Aligarh
Manoj Bajpayee

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Mint


How not to start a start-up culture
The recent debacle in Shanghai's stock market has amply demonstrated, bailing out investors from the consequences of their decisions isn't the way to develop a resilient economy

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The downside of passive investing
The lure of low fee in exchange-traded funds can make you penny wise and pound foolish

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Another chance for the Supreme Court
It should alter its stance on Section 377 for its own institutional legacy

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25 years of reforms: Where we are now
Nikhil Prasad Ojha: A quarter of a century after India embarked on a journey to unshackle its economy, there is visible change

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(Free) Radical policies
V. Anantha Nageswaran: In their ignorance, most commentators have made false heroes out of central bankers and have heralded false economic dawns

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Magnesium: the forgotten mineral
Sujata Kelkar Shetty: Calcium and iron are discussed often, but magnesium and its benefits tend to be overlooked

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Get out of your comfort zone
Madhuri Ruia: The illusion of being in a 'fitness comfort zone' can keep you from achieving your health goals

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The Economic Times


Meritocracy in higher education: A view from afar
By Anjani Jain One of the remarkable traditions that elite Indian institutions have developed in their post-Independence history is a robust meritocracy, whose existence in a society still rife with corruption and graft is surprising...

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India too dumb for artificial intelligence?
By Anjana Menon Machines are having a go at human intelligence. Google's artificial intelligence (AI) program, AlphaGo, recently beat the human European champion of the ancient Chinese board game Go, which has more permutations than...

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Smart City Challenge has kick-started a revolution in urban landscape
By M Venkaiah Naidu The proposal for building smart cities was mooted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014 as part of 'Mission Transform Nation'. The announcement of 20 smart cities selected from a list...

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Business Standard


Budgeting for a new security
Ajai Shukla: Defence Budget will likely show there is no new direction to planning for India's security

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Needless politics over khesari dal
Surinder Sud: The new varieties bred by research institutes and agricultural universities do not pose any health hazard

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QE's shortcomings in Europe
Martin Feldstein: Why has the US Fed's policy of QE been so much more successful than the version of QE implemented by the European Central Bank?

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Changing India's water canvas
Romit Sen & Kamal Vatta: The large amount of wastewater generated in the country provides a tremendous opportunity to reclaim and reuse it for various industrial and non-industrial purposes

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The Financial Express


Budget cafe 2016: Unlocking India's business potential
Chandrajit Banerjee: The upcoming Budget should step up capital expenditure and implement tax reforms.

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Editorial: Scope for a rate cut
The Financial Express

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Column: What is the future for the young ?
Meghnad Desai

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Column: Budget FY17; Walking the tightrope
M Govinda Rao

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Looking forward to a big bang Budget
Vikram S Mehta

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Asian Age


The Putin complex
S. Nihal Singh: The manner in which Western leaders are piling up dirt against Russia's President Vladimir Putin ...

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2016: A better year for the Shah of BJP?
Aakar Patel: In September 2009, Amit Shah was driving over to sign the forms to become president of the ...

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The Telegraph


Indo-Europeans' origins
WRITING ON THE WALL: Ashok V. Desai: Sanskrit has relatives all over Europe

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Deccan Herald


Needless martyrs of Pakistan
According to our security analysts, the massacre of students and teachers at Bacha Khan University in Charsadda...

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Effective security audit key
We have dealt widely the multi dimensional issue of Pathan-kot incident but the core issue remains the security...

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The Tribune


End this uncertainty
A S Dulat

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Madness of US presidential race begins
KV Prasad

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He moulded minds, touched lives
Neera Chandhoke

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Dainik Jagaran


तमाशे का तीसरा सत्र!
अगले दो-तीन दिन में संसद के बजट सत्र की तिथियां घोषित हो सकती हैं। इसी के साथ सत्तापक्ष की ओर से यह उम्मीद जताई जाएगी कि इस सत्र में रेल बजट-आम बजट पेश होने के साथ ही लंबे समय से अटके विधेयकों को भी संसद की मंजूरी मिल जाएगी।

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निवेश बढ़ाने के उपाय
केंद्र सरकार ने नेशनल इन्वेस्टमेंट एवं इंफ्रास्ट्रक्चर फंड बनाया है। सरकार द्वारा फंड को 20,000 करोड़ रुपये सीड मनी के रूप में जाएंगे। सरकार को आशा है कि फंड द्वारा इतनी ही रकम निजी निवेशकों से हासिल कर ली जाएगी।

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प्रभु-स्मरण
विश्व के मनीषियों और संतों ने प्रभु के सुमिरन पर विशेष बल दिया है। इसका अर्थ प्राय: हम परमात्मा के नाम को बार-बार दोहराने से लगाते हैं। परिणामस्वरूप कोई राम-राम दोहराता है, कोई कुछ और।

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शहरी विकास का सपना
प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी द्वारा साल 2014 में पहली बार स्मार्ट सिटी का जिक्र करने के बाद से ही देश में इसको लेकर उत्साह रहा है। उन्होंने तब इसे देश के कायाकल्प का जरिया बताया था।

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