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Women Entrepreneurship
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Women Entrepreneurship

March 8 was Women’s Day and as I was driving I noticed a cow grazing on plastic. I felt women and bovines are treated very similarly by a patriarchal society. These two are the most revered in our country, yet badly treated. On one hand we have men who worship the women leaders in their…

Pet Talk: March 6th, 2019
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Pet Talk: March 6th, 2019

In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka talks about diet for rabbits and what should be done if a rabbit bites By Maneka Gandhi What do I do if my rabbit has fleas? Even though rabbit fleas are not that common in indoor pet rabbits, they happen occasionally. If your rabbit is infected by fleas he/she…

No time for Politics, Jingoism
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No time for Politics, Jingoism

By T.J.S. George It is good that 12 fighter jets bombarded a terrorist camp in Pakistan with the intention of delivering a blow that would be remembered. More significantly, India crossed the Line of Control (LoC) for the first time to hit Balakot, the terrorists’ nerve centre. The message was heard in other countries as…

Hero is Home. What Next ?
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Hero is Home. What Next ?

Free J&K of Article 370 & 35A and do not play cricket with Pakistan till terror attack stops He who lives by the sword shall perish by the sword, says the Bible. It means one who uses violence can expect a violent response. This is what has happened to Pakistan today. Muslims of British (undivided)…

Air-strike Afterthoughts…
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Air-strike Afterthoughts…

Financial Shield Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman is back on Indian soil and some say with his return a war has been averted. But we doubt if there would have been a war at all. Because apart from loss of lives, war also causes economic devastation and India today is a “financial asset” that super powers…

An Interesting Cyber-Chase!
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An Interesting Cyber-Chase!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Last week a lady colleague of my son, Adnan, found upon arrival at the office that her very expensive mobile phone was missing. When a careful search in and around the office premises did not yield any results she rang up her number from the office only to find…

Pet Talk
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Pet Talk

In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka gives tips on hand-rearing and rehabilitating a squirrel; How to bring the disappearing sparrows back to our cities. How can we bring the disappearing sparrows back to our cities? The disappearance of sparrows, which once could be found in every nook and corner, is another warning sign against the…

1984 and compulsive contrarians
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1984 and compulsive contrarians

By T.J.S. George It’s now two months since the Union Government issued orders that turned India into a surveillance State. Ten investigative agencies were authorised to “intercept, monitor and decrypt” all computer material kept by all citizens. The authorities justified it by saying that the rules were framed by the Congress-led UPA Government. That is…

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