Under trial

New Delhi Jan 16 Carlos Ghosn, the former Chairman of Japanese car manufacturer Nissan and one of the only rockstars among senior managers in the automotive industry, spent the New Year in a small cell in a Japanese prison. In fact, it is almost a month since the one-time…

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Beefing up borders

  Govt clears 44 strategic roads along our boundary with China but we wish the nod had come earlier

Perhaps it is too little and too late in the day but the Modi Government has finally got round to doing what should have been done long ago, focus on building strategic…

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Sending right message

While Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul are hoping that all will be forgiven by the time the Indian Premier League rolls around in a couple of months, their indiscretion on appearing on Karan Johar’s talk show will haunt them for the rest of their lives. Though Pandya and Rahul…

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Saving the parrot

New Delhi Jan 12 CBI is a political tool and hardly an investigative agency. Now it needs to rebuild the trust of the people it serves

The premier investigative agency in any country runs on trust and when the agency, in this case the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), loses…

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Quotas, theirs and ours

If we set aside the most obvious objections to the proposal to provide 10 per cent reservation for the so-called “general category” — it is a cynical election stunt, will prove legally unsustainable, and does not address the jobs crisis — we are left with something unexpectedly interesting. The Modi regime…

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