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Feb 21, 2018
Sony's new design philosophy revealed in leaked photo of Xperia XZ2 Compact: ReportAt a recent launch event in India, Sony India's managing director, Kenichiro Hibi confirmed that we will see a brand-new design with its upcoming Xperia flagship.
Dec 15, 2017
MJ Akbar says only nationalism, nation-state can combat 'existential challenge' of terrorismSpeaking at the India Ideas Conclave, MJ Akbar contended that faith-based terrorism challenges the concept of a nation-state and presents an existential challenge
Jul 02, 2017
Subramanian Swamy says there is need to Indianise western goods, technologyThere is a need to "Indianise" western goods and technology to gain economic democracy, Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy said in New Delhi on Sunday.
Jun 27, 2017
Udupi Krishna Mutt says decision to hold iftar feast was Madhwacharya's tradition of forging amityFacing flak from a fringe outfit for organising "harmony feast" for Muslims during Ramazan in the ancient Krishna temple complex at Udupi, senior pontiff of Pejawar Mutt Sri Vishvesha Teertha Swamiji on Tuesday defended his gesture, saying it had in no way brought insult to Hindus.
Jun 18, 2017
'Game of Thrones' to inspire philosophy course at British University; author titles it 'Politics, Power, War'A university in Britain is offering a new course next month on philosophy based on the popular Game of Thrones fantasy TV series
Jun 11, 2017
Mahatma Gandhi's life lessons are explained in a new book by his grandson Arun GandhiIn his new book, The Gift of Anger, Arun Gandhi recounts 11 vital, extraordinary life lessons taught to him by his beloved grandfather, Mahatma Gandhi
Apr 16, 2017
Revisiting Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, one of the most influential books of our timesSapiens has made a resurgence as its author Yuval Noah Harari recently released the follow up — Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow
Mar 27, 2017
HCL to hire kids directly from school: Does this mark a divorce of education, employment in India?Technology giant HCL announced a scheme recently under which high school graduates with 85 percent marks will find a technical job in the company.
Mar 05, 2017
The 250-crore Necropolis: Welcome to the Indian Council of Philosophical ResearchEach year, the Humanities World Report laments that the paltry 6-7 crores annual budget allotted to the Indian Council of Philosophical Research is evidence that the humanities in India 'are inadequately supported'
Jan 27, 2017
Chanakya's way: 3 soft tricks Arun Jaitley may play to tax capital gainsIndia's overall taxpayer base in a nation of 125 crore (1.25 billion) people is only 48 million, or 4.8 crore -- or 3.8 percent of the population.