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The master of steel

Turner Prize winner, Anish Kapoor creates impactful masterpieces in the form of minimalist sculptures that feature simple materials, geometric shape and organic forms. After first establishing his reputation in the 1980s with biomorphic sculptures in limestone and other natural materials,

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February

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The war stemmed from man’s primal fears

The mankind does not realise that political power, without control over one’s physical senses and the intent to use it for the greater good, is bound to lead to turmoil, says Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji In present world many people

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The dynastic capitals of Indian politics

The home turfs of the Indian National Congress, Rae Bareli and Amethi have remained high on the priorities for political parties that continue to field heavyweight candidates in the regions but to no avail Undoubtedly, there are many well-known dynastic

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A walk down the memory lane

Recalling an unforgettable view of history’s moving procession that resulted in the crumbling of the old order and gave birth to a new nation If I remember rightly, it was Thursday, March 25, 1971, and my MA (History) final exam

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India’s ‘zero tolerance’ on terrorism remains strong

India boycotting Pak National Day and banning JKLF show the country’s continuance on its ‘zero tolerance’ stance on terrorism With its boycott of the Pakistan National Day celebrations in Delhi, on the ground that the Hurriyat leaders were invited there,

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The iconic leader no one seems to remember

While LK Advani is out from the poll race, the respect he has garnered cannot be taken away Ironies are an integral part of political power play. And none should know this more closely than Lal Krishna Advani, doyen of

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Indian mainstream media looks at a murky sky

During the last few years, the Indian media is engaged in a game called ‘survival of the fittest’, leading to misleading, hyped and insensitive coverage. The state of affairs must change Last week, while flicking past some news channels, I

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Chasing the shadow of a ghost

While the extradition of Nirav Modi will take time, real justice is possible only when his protectors and bankers are brought to book With just a couple of weeks to go before the general election, the arrest of fugitive diamond

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