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Mahasweta Devi: A writer who never minced her words

Among her notable works were Aranyer Adhikar for which she bagged the Sahitya Akademi Award and Hajar Churashir Ma Read this opinion at : Mahasweta Devi: A writer who never minced her words Source: Business Standard

India-US trade: give some, take some

Both India and the US must differentiate between core and non-core issues to make way for trade-offs for a mutually beneficial deal Read this opinion at : India-US trade: give some, take some Source: Mint - Opinions

The Fed’s next step

US Federal Reserve’s latest assessment has opened up possibility of another rate hike as near-term risks have declined and US economy is expanding at a moderate pace Read this opinion at : The Fed’s next step Source: Mint - Opinions

Deterring the next 26/11

Some tweaks to India’s nuclear doctrine may help in making its nuclear posture more deterrence-effective Read this opinion at : Deterring the next 26/11 Source: Mint - Opinions

The one per cent ghosts

From our cities, we can now see only brighter stars. This is part of a worldwide trend of increased light pollution Read this opinion at : The one per cent ghosts Source: Mint - Opinions

Afforestation fund tap opens for states

RS clears Bill; minister assures consultations with tribals before spending the money Read this opinion at : Afforestation fund tap opens for states Source: Business Standard

Opposition forces RS adjournment protesting Aadhaar-linked benefits

While the documents accessed under RTI did not cover the entire UPA tenure, five such cases emerged from the UPA-II era Read this opinion at : Opposition forces RS adjournment protesting Aadhaar-linked benefits Source: Business Standard

July 29, Forty Years Ago: Govt-Oppn Talks

Union Law Minister H.R. Gokhale told MPs’ Consultative Committee that he hoped to start formal discussions with the opposition parties on the proposed constitutional amendments from August 7. The date had been agreed to in consultation with the oppositi Read this opinion at : July 29, Forty Years Ago: Govt-Oppn...

Taiwan firm's concrete temples save time, money

Some companies in Taiwan spend months building temples with bricks and cement, but Lin Fu-Chun's firm simply pours concrete into a giant mold and waits for it to dry.The 78-year-old Lin said his temple factory, Chuanso, needed just over six weeks to ... Read this opinion at : Taiwan firm's...

Scroll, tap, pour and be a bartender at home

On a warm summer evening, there's no better way to unwind than sipping a nice cold cocktail, made with the help of an app.A great one to start with is 8,500+ Drink & Cocktail Recipes, which, as its name suggests, offers so many choices that ... Read this opinion at...

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Modi pips Big B to be most followed Indian on Twitter

Active on Twitter since 2009, Modi is also the second most followed politician in the world, right after US President Barack Obama Read this opinion at : Modi pips Big B to be most followed Indian on Twitter Source: Business Standard
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