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January IIP at 1.7%: Why a consistent downward trend in factory output data over last few months is worrying
Business

January IIP at 1.7%: Why a consistent downward trend in factory output data over last few months is worrying

The IIP trend over last 6-8 months would perhaps put pressure on the Monetary Policy Committee to go for a sharper rate cut as early as in April to support growth.

India's job crisis: Clue to employment is growth in the real sense, not just high GDP numbers
Business

India's job crisis: Clue to employment is growth in the real sense, not just high GDP numbers

While headline numbers are definitely eye-catching, the unemployment ratios within the educated and skilled classes are alarming

Tholi Prema: Pawan Kalyan-Keerthi Reddy’s romantic classic continues to inspire filmmakers even after 20 years
Entertainment

Tholi Prema: Pawan Kalyan-Keerthi Reddy’s romantic classic continues to inspire filmmakers even after 20 years

Even after two decades, Tholi Prema has prevailed as a reference point for romance in Telugu Cinema.

Giving airport security body cams is a good idea, but VIP 'exemption' culture threatens safety and endangers passengers
India

Giving airport security body cams is a good idea, but VIP 'exemption' culture threatens safety and endangers passengers

On the face of it, the decision to purchase miniature cameras worth Rs 3 crore for Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel to wear across 59 Indian airports seems like a reasonable investment.

International Women's Day 2017: How women with disabilities are fighting to be accepted
India

International Women's Day 2017: How women with disabilities are fighting to be accepted

Anita Ravindra, a Mysore school teacher with multiple disabilities faced sexual harassment and discrimination at the hands of two male colleagues and the school principal for three years before she decided to file a complaint.

UP election 2017: Akhilesh faces win-win situation despite expulsion from SP
Politics

UP election 2017: Akhilesh faces win-win situation despite expulsion from SP

With more and more fast-paced, mind-boggling developments upturning existing calculations in the aftermath of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s expulsion from the Samajwadi Party, it’s hardly surprising if all the major players in Uttar Pradesh's politics are seen to be burning the midnight oil to redraw their future strategies. Yes, the poll dynamics have changed. So very suddenly

Onam in Kerala will always be about Mahabali, RSS' attempts to manufacture myths won't stick
Politics

Onam in Kerala will always be about Mahabali, RSS' attempts to manufacture myths won't stick

From time immemorial, Kerala had only a single hero during Onam — an Asura king called Mahabali

Kanhaiya Kumar deplaned: How alleged strangulation turned into blue murder
India

Kanhaiya Kumar deplaned: How alleged strangulation turned into blue murder

Kanhaiya Kumar catapulted to popularity after a video surfaced in which he was shown shouting anti-national slogans — it later turned out to be a doctored video. Rest is history.

PCB should listen to Javed Miandad and stop chasing BCCI like a spurned lover
First Cricket News

PCB should listen to Javed Miandad and stop chasing BCCI like a spurned lover

As Miandad mentions, it makes more sense for Pakistan to accept reality, forget about playing India and concentrate on scheduling matches with the other eight Full Members.

What India should learn from the Myanmar operation: It's no panacea
World

What India should learn from the Myanmar operation: It's no panacea

Indian Special Forces of 21 Para conducted a raid into neighbouring Myanmar to attack and destroy two rebel bases.

Bring in the clowns: IPTL a circus that will ruin tennis
Sports

Bring in the clowns: IPTL a circus that will ruin tennis

IPTL is a circus, most likely mounted for TV, to hook couch-potatoes to the idiot box’s version of tennis.

Hard to accept there's no conflict of interest: SC to Srinivasan
First Cricket News

Hard to accept there's no conflict of interest: SC to Srinivasan

The bench proposed that action on the basis of Justice Mudgal report should be taken by the Board which will be constituted after the election.

Mudgal Report: Three more questions Supreme Court should ask BCCI, Srinivasan
First Cricket News

Mudgal Report: Three more questions Supreme Court should ask BCCI, Srinivasan

Here are three questions we would like the court to put to Srinivasan and the BCCI.

The hubris of cricket gods: Chappell and Tendulkar share the same great flaw
First Cricket News

The hubris of cricket gods: Chappell and Tendulkar share the same great flaw

The controversy over Chappell should tell us how wrong we are to assume geniuses can make for good coaches.

SC shouldn't stop at Srinivasan if it really wants to clean up cricket
First Cricket News

SC shouldn't stop at Srinivasan if it really wants to clean up cricket

An outside agency investigation is the key. Left to itself, the board is likely to close ranks and protect its own, offering perhaps a few players as a notional sacrifice (Both Ajay Jadeja and Mohammad Azharuddin have had their life bans overturned).

Super Over is made for Sehwag - then why didn't he play it?
IPL

Super Over is made for Sehwag - then why didn't he play it?

Virender Sehwag had a chance to make a statement by coming out to bat against RCB in the Super Over. That he did not says much about his lack of confidence.