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Open Magazine 3h
I would never make a choice that creatively affects my film to save money, but iPhone was a practical, smart and creative choice that gave us exactly what we wanted, tells , , ,
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The big picture: on graphic statement of life and art , , ,
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The govt-RBI relationship had been most pithily set out by governor of the bank of England Montagu Norman in 1931 who said it had to be like a 'Hindoo marriage' where the RBI was the wife—it should advise strongly but not insist beyond a point,
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Local reputations, money and whatever passes in the name of influence do the heavy-lifting of politics in Bastar, says
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Polluted air is poisoning millions of children and ruining their lives, says , director-general, WHO,
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Open Magazine 9h
Akbar wished his Muslim subjects to become acquainted with the Mahabharata, which was rendered into Persian as the Razmnama, writes ,
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Open Magazine 10h
All over , protests erupted demanding a reversal of the verdict and death for . The self-avowed vigilantes of Islam did everything Islam prohibits, writes ,
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Open Magazine 11h
Director’s Cut: While his detractors allege that Asthana had connections with businessmen, Asthana and others accuse Verma of far more serious offences, including alleged efforts to delay probes in many cases, writes
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‘I don’t think films can be born out of computer screens,’ tells , , ,
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Open Magazine 12h
Shadow play: KM Madhusudhanan uses the power of contrast to paint a contemporary picture, says
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-born carries the most elegant sentences written about India by a writer of our time. It’s all about the elegance of the mind, writes , -born, , ,
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Open Magazine Nov 13
In this spirit of ecumenical openness, Akbar launched the grand translation projects from Sanskrit that form one of the Mughal dynasty’s many lasting contributions to world culture, writes ,
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Open Magazine Nov 13
Doctors say that breathing Delhi's air is equivalent to smoking 30-40 cigarettes a day, writes
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Open Magazine Nov 13
Gabar Singh's widow Satoori Devi pinned his Victoria Cross on her sari and wore it all her life, writes
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Open Magazine Nov 13
The government owns the RBI and can get it to do whatever it want because it appoint the governor and deputy governors. Indeed, as we have seen since 1935, RBI's 'independence' is national, says TCA Srinivasa Raghavan ()
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Open Magazine Nov 13
It is not clear how Mayawati’s stance will influence Assembly poll outcomes. Both the BJP and Congress are saying that it will hurt the other, writes
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Open Magazine Nov 12
Range of the radical: on two books that explore the influence of Salafism, , , ,
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Open Magazine Nov 12
AP Singh has also been linked to Qureshi, whose reported connections with three chiefs, including Verma, now haunts the agency, says
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Open Magazine Nov 12
The discontents of modernity run through 's new book, writes , -born, ,
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