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Sep 26, 2012
Manmohan at 80: Is it time for a retirement age for politicians?On our Prime Minister's 80th birthday, two Firspost editors, Lakshmi Chaudhry and Sandip Roy, face off on the pressing question of the day: will democracy be better served by a mandatory retirement age for politicians?
Apr 25, 2012
Hitler's Mein Kampf may return to Bavarian schoolsCritics of the German ban say it is anachronistic in an age when the book's contents are easily available over the Internet and when it is also readily available in other countries.
Apr 13, 2012
Silicon Valley's new rockstars — experience designersInspired by the legacy of Steve Jobs and lured by the promise of the current tech boom, young designers are shaking up a scene long dominated by engineers and programmers.
Apr 11, 2012
In post-Mubarak Egypt, it's one giant conversationAs the countdown to the country's first real presidential elections in history begins, no one can stop talking about the race, who to vote for and how it will impact their future.
Apr 10, 2012
Augusta still the old boys club of yoreFor feminists, the debate has never been focused on the right of women to play rounds of golf on a particular course; it's about the acceptance of women in the informal old-boy network of CEOs.
Apr 01, 2012
Ahmedabad: A tale of two newspapers and two citiesIn Ahmedabad, it’ll be difficult for readers of Times of India and DNA to have an easy conversation immediately after they read the papers in the morning.
Mar 22, 2012
Vote over, now get on with reforms: SL activistsThe director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives in Sri Lanka has welcomed the passage of the US sponsored resolution calling on Sri Lanka to implement the recommendations of a government commission to promote reconciliation.
Mar 20, 2012
In Israel, the 'Iranian threat' is a running jokeOn top of the fatalism of a people inured to war, there is scepticism about the resolve of a prime minister who, despite his veiled threats, is not famous for risk-taking.
Mar 13, 2012
How German history is helping modern spiesGiven their visceral distrust of spy agencies, many small and mid-sized German firms give little thought to corporate spying, a hang-up that has been exploited by Chinese and Russian spies.
Mar 06, 2012
In Hebrew's revival, a Nordic people see hopeA Sami delegation spent five days in Israel recently, hoping the Jewish state's experience reviving the once-dormant ancient Hebrew language can provide a blueprint for them.