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Chinks in campaign

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India” campaign has fired the imagination of Young India, especially those in the corporate world.

Sins catch up

Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa has filed a petition in the Karnataka high court challenging her conviction and seeking bail in the disproportionate assets case.

NRI pandering

This is with reference to Sidharth Bhatia’s piece, Diaspora’s dilemma (Sept. 29).

The Shah of acting

This is with reference to Shahnama (Sep 28). Thanks to your interview I now know that Naseeruddin Shah is not just an actor par excellence, but a beautiful human being too.

The numbers game

With the Bharatiya Janata Party snapping its 25-year-old ties with the Shiv Sena and the Congress splitting up with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) after 15 years, the power equations in Maharash

Talking tough

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as a confident and seasoned world leader following his address at the United Nations General Assembly.

In two minds?

On the eve of his retirement Chief Justice of India R.M.

Right is wrong

This is with reference to Let There Be Noise (September 27). Firstly “might-is-right” politics is a national phenomenon, not restricted to West Bengal.

Uphill task

Leading industrialists and corporate honchos have welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India” campaign. They say it will give a boost to the manufacturing sector.

Friends or foes?

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Shiv Sena have finally decided to split and contest the upcoming Maharashtra polls independently.

Sweeping change

The ministry of culture and tourism organised a cleanliness drive outside Red Fort on Thursday with Union minister Shripad Naik brandishing a broom to create awareness about the Swachh Bharat Mission,

Double game

The Indian diaspora in the US is set to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will be visiting the country after a nine-year visa ban.

Glorious feat

Mangalyaan has reached Mars, making India the first country to reach the Red Planet in its very first attempt, and on a shoestring budget.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the Indian diaspora in New York with a grand promise: “India will touch new heights.” The crowd of 20,000 Americans of Indian origin erupted in re

Egos or simple ambition? Expediency or strategy? Betrayal or good, old-fashioned politics? What lies behind the big splits in Maharashtra, virtually at the 11th hour before the elections?