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Open Magazine 12h
There were periods when the Planning Commission was relevant and periods when it was less relevant, regardless of the intellectual exercises it indulged in, writes
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Open Magazine 13h
The sun’s flowers: In summer the whole effort in a garden is geared towards saving the plants, writes Shylashri Shankar,
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Open Magazine 13h
‘I wanted my biopic to be honest, not a fantasy,’ tells Noel de Souza,
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For whose novel has been expanded beyond recognition, was a deep response to a personal angst—of the difficulty of finding a house to rent with a Muslim surname in contemporary Mumbai, writes ,
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“When estate duty comes in, philanthropy will get a bit of stimulus in India. The situation now in India is such that the demands of the family are uppermost,” tells in ,
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The BJP has softened its tone on Swadeshi economics. But the fact remains that its philosophy naturally makes it deeply ambivalent about free markets, writes ,
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News & Views 16h
Via | : In Muzaffarpur, many of the affected children were from economically weaker sections of society, and were malnourished ... 3/3 |
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New York minutes: Even with its racy plot and charming characters, Elizabeth Gilbert’s new novel leaves one cold, writes , , ,
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Open Magazine 19h
. makes her digital debut with a dystopian series. The filmmaker tells how a particular tale can be universal in nature,
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Open Magazine 19h
The largest NGO-run midday meal programme in the world, feeding 1.75 million children every day that they are at school, has been dragged into a controversy over imposing a Brahminical belief system upon beneficiaries, writes ,
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Open Magazine 21h
In Bihar, has earned the wrath of a section in RJD over his failure to steer the party, in the absence of his father who is in jail, to a decent tally. The party, which has 80 seats in the Assembly, drew a blank, writes ,
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Magzter Jun 17
The Lost Lot: The growing irrelevance of the ! Read more here -
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Open Magazine Jun 17
The Panglossian years: For those who bothered to look, the problems with planning were always clear, writes
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Open Magazine Jun 17
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Open Magazine Jun 17
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Open Magazine Jun 16
‘Freedom is something you fight for,’ tells ,
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Open Magazine Jun 16
“We put a leader who was not IT but was a good businessman. That was our unique differentiation: all the people who headed other IT companies were very technical, while we had a strong orientation to build a business,” tells
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Open Magazine Jun 16
The lost lot: Out of 36 states and UTs, NDA increased its vote share in 31. The UPA gained vote share in 21 and lost in 15, writes ,
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Open Magazine Jun 16
Khushwant’s son, Rahul Singh, and Niloufer Billimoria curate a festival in Khushwant’s memory in Kasauli, which they first brought to London last year, writes ,
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Open Magazine Jun 16
I strongly believe that those of us who are privileged to have wealth should contribute significantly to try and create a better world for the millions who are far less privileged, tells in ,
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