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aturday July 21, 2007


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                                                                                                                   From, July 15, 2007 to July 21, 2007 

Gandhiji, Jinnah, And Mountbatten In 1947

In an interview to Karan Thapar for CNN-IBN’s ‘Devil’s Advocate,’ Lady Pamela Hicks, Earl Mountbatten’s youngest daughter, offers her reminiscences of Mahatma Gandhi and Mohammad Ali Jinnah and her father’s contrasting interactions with them.

Justice After 14

The trial of the Mumbai serial blasts case of 1993 has entered the final lap, with the specially designated TADA court awarding death sentences to those held guilty of planting the car bombs that resulted in the mayhem and loss of life fourteen years ago.

Education, Independence Not Sufficient For Empowerment

We need a re-think on what contributes to individual and group empowerment. A strong personal belief that you have the right to say, particularly in matters affecting you and respect from others regarding this fundamental right.

“Increase In Inequalities Is Worldwide”

Michel Rocard, who was Prime Minister of France during 1988-91, speaks on the challenges ahead for the Socialist Party and the ascendancy of conservatism in his country.

Leaking Chamber Of Secrets

With one day left till the worldwide release of the last instalment of the Harry Potter series, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, spoilers threaten to ruin the ending for all of us.

Kissa Kursi Ka

'I do not think new buildings, flyovers and the Metro have changed anything in Delhi...Everyone has a mobile phone, but that has not changed the conversation.

Q&a: 'Nhrc To Guard Right To Education And Health'

Former chief justice of India S Rajendra Babu took over as chairperson of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) recently.

Pamela Mountbatten On The Jawaharlal-Edwina Relationship

In the first interview given by any member of the Mountbatten family on the relationship between Lady Mountbatten and Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister, Lady Pamela Hicks, Earl Mountbatten’s youngest daughter, has said she does not . .. .

The Boss After Work - Manoj Tirodkar

Manoj Tirodkar is the founder of the GTL Group, with interests in telecom infrastructure and network services, and a consolidated turnover of above $380 million last year.

Motorola Bets On Music Phones In Tough Market

Motorola, trying to gain market share in a competitive Indian market that includes strong players like Nokia, Sony-Ericsson and Samsung, feels that there would be a huge surge in music-optimized phones and video music phones in India.

Shalini Kantayya

Shalini Kantayya is a filmmaker. She was picked by Steven Spielberg to be a contestant on the reality show On The Lot.

“We Are Changing The World’s Geography”

On the eve of the India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) Foreign Ministers meeting in New Delhi, Brazil’s Foreign MinisterCelso Amorimspoke to The Hindu about the future and significance of the tri-continental grouping for the evolving international system.

Q&a: 'Most Women In Our B-School Are Semi-Literate'

Mann Deshi Udyogini (MDU) in Maharashtra is a rare kind of business school; It's a B-school for rural women.

“We Need To Expand Aviation Infrastructure”

Civil Aviation MiniaterPraful Patelspeaks about new airports, the Air India-Indian Airlines merger, and more during an interview at his office in New Delhi last week. Excerpts:

‘Living In India Has Taught Me There Are Other Ways To God Than Christianity... It Has Changed Me Radically’

Hello and welcome to Walk The talk. My guest this week is a legend of our times, Sir Mark Tully.

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