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Forced Patriotism Falls Flat!
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Forced Patriotism Falls Flat!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD While on a holiday with my family last week I was in Mumbai for three days. It was raining the proverbial ‘cats and dogs’ while we were there which is not very surprising when you consider the fact that Mumbai reportedly gets nearly ninety percent of its annual rainfall…

Pet talk
Columns, Pet Talk

Pet talk

By Maneka Gandhi Explaining about horse and races, in this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka says: While horse racing can never be entirely safe for the animals, a zero-tolerance drug policy, turf (grass) tracks only, a ban on whipping, competitive racing only after their third birthdays, and other reforms would make a world of difference to…

Be it currency shift, Aadhaar, GST, there is a mad rush; People feel cornered, vexed. Why this mad rush?
Columns, Point of View

Be it currency shift, Aadhaar, GST, there is a mad rush; People feel cornered, vexed. Why this mad rush?

Usually life gets simpler as nations progress. But not in India where a barrage of sudden changes, new rules and revised regulations are making life burdensome for ordinary people. First, it was demonetisation. The dislocations that abrupt adventure triggered are still haunting people. As if that were not enough, a whole new mess has developed…

Prison Tales
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Prison Tales

Arrested AIADMK General Secretary V.K. Sasikala Natarajan has been accused of paying Rs.2 crore bribe to Karnataka Director General of Prisons and Bengaluru’s Central Jail officials for “special privileges.” This reminds me of the book I read recently. A good book, a scary book and a heart-breaking book of prison tales.  The book titled “Behind…

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