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The Prime Minister has an uncanny ability to connect with people. Picture shows him talking to students in New Delhi after his Teachers Day address. Photo: PTI
The Prime Minister has an uncanny ability to connect with people. Picture shows him talking to students in New Delhi after his Teachers Day address. Photo: PTI

Scaling up the Gujarat model

Increased openness to trade and investment will enable India to regain its lost influence, says Jagdish Bhagwati »

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Ajit Pawar Exclusive

Nod for probe against Ajit Pawar, Tatkare

ACB will look into the NCP leaders’ role, if any, in the multi-crore irrigation scam »
File picture shows members of the Muslim community standing in front of a hoarding of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. Photo: Meeta Ahlawat

Indian Muslims will live and die for the nation: Modi

"If anyone thinks Indian Muslims will dance to their (al-Qaeda) tune, they are delusional," says the Prime Minister »

Karnataka

Bureaucrats not far behind in race to go on foreign junkets

Top bureaucrats, who often point a finger at the misuse of government resources by politicians, seem to have outdone legislators in making officially-sponsored trips abroad. A total of 188... »
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Obituary: Mandolin U. Shrinivas
Known for having adapted a difficult electric Western instrument to the Carnatic stage with awe-inspiring success, Mandolin Shrinivas impressed pundits and lay listeners alike.

This film couldn’t have had a better title. Nearly every actor in Aagadu is unstoppable. Director Sreenu Vaitla wants his film to do the talking, literally. The writers may have written not... »

Mr. Modi's 100 Days: A Reality Check

Much of the adulatory media coverage of the performance of the Modi Government in its first 100 days overlooked significant gaps between intent and action, points out Vidya Subrahmaniam.Read more »

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