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ISIS Spreads Its Tentacles Into Small Towns Of India

The ISIS cadres are active in the country and believed to have enough leverage to subvert the system that is gearing up to flush out terrorism from the world

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Enron & Dabhol: Journey From Sharad Pawar To Suresh Prabhu

A journey backwards to the Enron power project to understand the intricacies of power politics and crony capitalism

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Why Prohibition Will Be A Disaster In Bihar

The only major state where prohibition is in force is Gujarat. Anyone who has lived there or travelled there knows that alcohol is available even there, at the right price

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Rajasthan Government Moves To Help Loss-Making Power Utilities

Discoms in Rajasthan are in heavy debt and the state is keen to re-energise them by taking over a significant portion of their financial burden under the UDAY scheme

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Five Reasons Why Parliament Will Stall, Again

A look at some of the factors that are going to lead to a paralysed Winter Session of the Parliament

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Punjab, Haryana Cotton Output To Fall 40 Per Cent Due To Pest Attack

With whitefly-pest attack causing extensive damage to cotton in Punjab and Haryana, the combined output of this cash crop in both states is estimated to dip by 40 per cent.

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The French Connection

The recent decision by India to buy 36 Rafale jets in “off the shelf” condition has been nothing less than a “Dogfight”. It was a lopsided journey that started in year 2001 and took 10 years for the government and IAF to identify the depleting squadrons, shortlist six jets and conduct rigorous testing of each to gauge the compatibility according to Indian Conditions.

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Democracy’s Descendants

When the annals of the 21st century are written, how will it’s greatest flag-bearer, the Internet be remembered the best? Will it be as the bridge that brought people closer, irrespective of distance? Or will it be the service that saved countless man-hours, by bringing everything from shopping to banking home (and then wasted all of it by inventing social media and Angry Birds)? Will its legacy be remembered as the repository of information that anybody could tap into, any time? All of these, without a doubt. But more importantly, the Internet will, and should be remembered as the great leveller; everybody — rich, poor, employed, student — whoever you are, you have a voice, and the power to start a revolution.

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