Thursday, February 04, 2016

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The Daily Kiwi
Indian Express


Modi's Idea of India
Ashutosh Varshney
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Rohith's despair speaks of the collective failure of the teaching community
P K Basant
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Mehbooba Mufti has held out CBMs for the BJP-PDP coalition
Radha Kumar
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What if we cannot poke a little innocent fun at one another
Madhavi Goradia Divan
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The Hindu


Going against the grain
P. S. Vijayshankar: For rural India to be vibrant, the way forward is to address the twin challenges of reviving the dynamism of the farm sector by building its climate r

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Moving in for the kill
R. Prasad: Two new approaches for mosquito eradication show promise in the war against Zika and dengue.

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Striking back at the Empire
Parvathi Menon: An animated campaign to pull down imperialist Cecil Rhodes's statue turns the gaze to wider issues of racial bias in British academia and society.

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The Times of India


Madness of crowds: Don't make excuses for racist mob violence in Bengaluru
TOI Edit

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Manage defence better: Ministry's unspent budgets underscore need for reform as India looks to modernise defence
TOI Edit

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Let's talk about death: Euthanasia debate must focus on how we compassionately care for the dying
TOI Edit

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The Hindustan Times


Delhi needs strong governance model based on clear chain of command
Rajdeep Sardesai: A year after his victory, Arvind Kejriwal must learn to manage conflict, while the Modi regime must give up its visceral hatred for the AAP leader

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Once the dust settles, India will get investment
While global investors are not discriminating at present, in the long run there will definitely be winners and losers of low commodity prices.

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Battle over Section 377 a symptom of a much larger problem
We are in danger of becoming a nasty, majoritarian society where the rights of the individual count for less and less writes Vir Sanghvi

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Mint


Are we neglecting India's rich marine biodiversity?
In India, while our conservation policies are geared towards terrestrial biodiversity, there are many marine species that are not protected

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Is Ritesh Agarwal ready to grow up?
If the current generation of unicorns is struggling to attract investors, future aspirants such as OYO can ill afford to alienate customers

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Lessons from the US Primaries
Given America's immensity, federal structure and regional variations, drawing comparative political analogies with it can yield more productive insights for Indian politics

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A floor for the renminbi
The People's Bank of China should reinforce the government's market-oriented reform plans and allow the renminbi to float

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Japan's interest rates experiment
The Bank of Japan has decided to implement negative interest rates

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Crusader for central bank autonomy
S.S. Tarapore, who died recently, advocated laying down rules of conduct of macro-policy management

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Removing constraints in higher education
The argument that foreign investment benefits only a minority is flawed

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The future of transportation design in India
Pradyumna Vyas: Physical systems, artificial intelligence will play a very important role in the future of car design

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Logo to Lockit
Shefalee Vasudev: Social correctness has its halo and LV, like other brands determined to make a humanitarian impact, is on the right trail

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Steel turmoil: Time to act
Ravi Uppal: India has to do what is good for India and the Indian steel industry

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Human rights: benchmarking business majors
Sudeep Chakravarti: CIL, ONGC and HUL are the three Indian companies in CHRB's list which intends to gauge businesses for human rights policy, process and performance

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The Economic Times


Govt must bring down corporate tax rate to be globally competitive
By Jaideep Mishra It is time again to think loud about tax design, outlays and the Budget. In the unrepresentative days of old, there seems to have been very little discussion on expenditure and outlays….

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Bengaluru incident exposes an old toxic seam of racism embedded in us
By Sandip Roy It is good that Sushma Swaraj is "deeply pained over the shameful incident with a Tanzanian girl in Bengaluru". It's good that some people have been arrested for it. However, it is...

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The real story behind 'Airlift'
The movie, Airlift, on the 1990 evacuation of over 1,50,000 Indians working in Kuwait and Iraq after Saddam Hussein invaded Iraq, depicted slackness of the Ministry of External Affairs in responding to the crisis. KP...

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Business Standard


Stress tests for Indian banks
Akash Prakash: To calm investors, RBI must come out with a clear and transparent stress test for the major Indian banks

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Anatomy of the revenue deficit
Rathin Roy: In the absence of structural reforms, there is no short-term option but to persist with fiscal consolidation

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The Financial Express


Impact of GDP growth on income inequality
Rajesh Shukla: For every percentage point of GDP growth, there will be a spike in demand for consumer goods and services which, in turn, will boost investment, and the benefits of these will be felt across all sections of the income pyramid.

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At Yahoo!'s End: The leading internet brand could be up for sale soon
The Financial Express

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Going beyond foundation stones
Arindam Bhattacharya

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Editorial: Can CAG audit the NIIF?
The Financial Express

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Challenges before the competition panel
R Shyam Khemani

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Asian Age


A clear road to Assam
Sanjay Kumar: Though the victory march of the Bharatiya Janata Party that began in 2014 was brought to a halt ...

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Airlift: Not lifted from the facts
K.P. Fabian: The film Airlift is a commercial success. I was bewildered by its repeated attempts to suppress ...

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Out with the Left
Swapan Dasgupta: A comic aspect of Communist politics is the insistence of the party of the red flag that its ...

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The Telegraph


Order of nature
Mukul Kesavan: The grotesque logic of laws like Section 377

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Deccan Herald


Awards for merit or manipulation?
Come January, it is awards time in this country. A time for recognising distinguished services in various...

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Why India should be worried
North Korea is great at making news. Given that it is the only country to test nuclear weapons in this century...

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The Tribune


Political appointees all
S. Subramanian

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Caste matters: Struggle for civil rights
Shelley Walia

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Watching Hamlet at a refugee camp
Oscar Quine

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Dainik Jagaran


मनरेगा का मूल्यांकन
दो फरवरी को महात्मा गांधी राष्ट्रीय ग्रामीण रोजगार गारंटी कानून यानी मनरेगा के दस वर्ष पूरे हो गए। यह कानून नागरिक संगठनों के साथ लंबी मंत्रणा के बाद बना था और अपने आकार-प्रकार तथा प्रभाव के मामले में बेजोड़ था।

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अफ्रीकियों के साथ अन्याय
देश की आइटी राजधानी बेंगलुरु में तंजानिया की एक छात्रा और उसके साथियों के साथ बदसलूकी के मामले ने फिर साबित किया कि हमारे यहां अश्वेतों को दोयम दर्जे का नागरिक मानने वाली मानसिकता की जड़ें गहरी हैं।

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अपेक्षाएं
प्रबुद्ध वर्ग के लोगों को अवसाद में घिरकर जीवन समाप्त करते देखना इन दिनों बहुत साधारण बात हो चुकी है। व्यक्तिगत कारण हों या ऑफिस से ज्यादा अपेक्षाएं पाल लेना, ऐसी घटनाओं का केंद्र-बिंदु यही होता है कि हम वास्तविकता की अनदेखी कर देते हैं।

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फसल बीमा की बाधाएं
मुझे प्रधानमंत्री फसल बीमा योजना से बहुत उम्मीदें थीं। 2015 में आई बेमौसम बारिश और ओलावृष्टि के कारण उत्तर प्रदेश, हरियाणा, पंजाब, राजस्थान, मध्यप्रदेश और महाराष्ट्र में बड़ी मात्रा में फसलें तबाह हो गईं। जिससे कई किसानों ने आत्महत्या कर ली थी।

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