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Trump’s way

Western commentators are aghast at the new ‘Trump Tower’ development. They shouldn’t be Whether some people like it or not, US President Donald Trump has built a very powerful brand. It is highly unlikely that Trump would have won the Presidency

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Coal calling

Private coal mining is welcome but Government must ensure it doesn’t become a gravy train Gold mining as is more or less over in any substantive way in India after the exhaustion of the Kolar Gold Field veins by the

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Parking woes

Delhi’s new parking policy will be the end of the neighbourhood in absence of an alternative Delhi has grown around the cult of the car with much of the urbanisation in the city occurring in the southern half which was

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Gender Conundrum

Niti Aayog’s report on the falling sex ratio confirms much more needs to be done If a recent data released by the Niti Aayog is anything to go by, the picture is not so rosy for women and girls in

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Rahul’s test

Constitution of CWC will be the first indicator of the Congress chief’s political management skills Two months after the elevation of Rahul Gandhi as president of India’s oldest political party, the Congress on Friday following the party constitution dissolved its highest

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Tales from Tripura

One of the last strongholds of the Left is under serious threat by a resurgent BJP. Irregular verbs are meat and drink to Indian politics. So, just as you perspire while he sweats like a pig, the North-eastern State of

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BJP’s dilemma

Alliance with PDP in J&K is damaging party nationally; pulling out would also be a setback The decision of the BJP to ally with the ‘soft separatist PDP led by Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and after his demise by his daughter

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Stop the killings

Fidayeen attack on an Army base signals that Pakistan can’t be trusted; it must be combated The surgical strike by Indian special forces across the Line of Control has been one of the signature decisions by the Narendra Modi Government.

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The electric path

At the ongoing Auto Expo, carmakers showcased a host of concepts. But potholes remain Everywhere one walked at the 18th Auto Expo being held on the outskirts of Delhi in the impressive India Expo Mart, one saw electricity. Not because of

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Colonel’s Complaint

Lt Col Karamveer Singh has the nation’s support in his appeal to quash the FIR against his son. As a rule, we are against judicial overreach, especially in recent times when certain matters which ought to have remained firmly in

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