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Wherever Narendra Modi goes, BJP loses, so he's welcome to campaign in MP: Jyotiraditya Scindia

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 11:25:31 GMT

Wherever Modi has visited, BJP has lost. UP, Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka are prime examples. So he is more than welcome to campaign, poll committee chief of Congress in Madhya Pradesh Jyotiraditya Scindia said.



Robin Woodhead: With great artists and lots of wealth, Indian art market will only grow

Sun, 17 Feb 2013 18:30:00 GMT

Robin Woodhead is chairman, Sotheby’s International, which has recently acquired the Amaya collection from India, the first single-owner sale comprising the works of artists like M F Husain, F N Souza, S H Raza and Tyeb Mehta.



'Sustainable management implies a new way of doing business'

Sun, 06 Dec 2009 18:30:00 GMT

Ricardo Young, president of Brazil's Ethos Institute that focuses on initiating companies into a culture of corporate social responsibility, tells Nandita Sengupta that new ways of doing business must be explored to meet the challenge of climate change:



'Chandrayaan-2 will try to get details about water on moon'

Sun, 27 Sep 2009 18:30:00 GMT

G Madhavan Nair, chairperson of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), has played a key role in the design and development of the four-stage Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), the workhorse of ISRO. The PSLV launched the Indian mooncraft, Chandrayaan-1 on its journey to the moon. The mission has won worldwide acclaim after one of its foreign payloads, NASA's Moon Mineralogy Mapper, discovered water molecules. Nair spoke to Srinivas Laxman:



Science lessons in the garden of Eden

Tue, 04 Apr 2006 10:06:04 GMT

Mineral economist and corporate financier Caroline Digby is development director at the UK’s £133 million-plus Eden Project in Cornwall. Eden is a Millennium Fund public-private partnered science communication and educational charity project on a reclaimed clay mine quarry site. “Its carbon exhibits alone attract up to 10,000 summer visitors a day”, Caroline tells Narayani Ganesh:



‘Why isn't child rights a state priority?'

Tue, 04 Apr 2006 09:59:34 GMT

After working for 27 years with thousands of marginalised communities in 20 states across India, Child Relief and You or CRY, as it is better known, has changed its name to Child Rights and You. CRY CEO Ingrid Srinath speaks to Sakina Yusuf Khan about child rights in India:



'We want a nationality based on secularism’

Tue, 04 Apr 2006 09:42:05 GMT

This is Brindaban Goswami’s first assembly election as president of Asom Gana Parishad (AGP). Under him there is concerted effort in AGP to move beyond an exclusivist political agenda. Goswami speaks to Oinam Sunil:



Today's Interview: 'The dialogue process should build trust'

Thu, 01 Sep 2005 18:30:00 GMT

The moderate faction of the Hurriyat has accepted PM's invite for talks. Mirwaiz Umer Farooq speaks to Aditi about their expectations.



'Jinnah wanted Pakistan to be a part of India'

Mon, 15 Aug 2005 18:30:00 GMT

Ayesha Jalal, professor of history at Tufts University, is one of the foremost historians of modern South Asia, and author of a scholarly work on M A Jinnah. Swagato Ganguly speaks to Jalal about the Jinnah controversy:



'I make and remake films in my mind'

Fri, 12 Aug 2005 18:30:00 GMT

Jahar Kanungo has a 9-5 job with a fertiliser company. But he's been involved with theatre, still photography and documentaries. Sakina Yusuf Khan speaks to Kanungo about his debut feature, Nisshabd, which won the best film award at the recent Osian Cinefan Festival of Asian cinema:



'For me it's perform or perish'

Wed, 10 Aug 2005 18:30:00 GMT

West Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya is set to change the perception that the Left Front is anti capital. He tells Mohua Chatterjee that the times have changed and workers need to be aware of their responsibilities in ensuring productivity and production quality:



'We are undermining our own landscape'

Fri, 05 Aug 2005 18:30:00 GMT

Mani Kaul hasn't directed a movie for several years now. The experimental film-maker (Uski Roti, Duvidha, Satah Se Uthta Aadmi) has been teaching films and video in American universities. In New Delhi recently, he talks to Avijit Ghosh about his work, the Mumbai film industry and more:



'Left is worried about defence pact with the US'

Mon, 01 Aug 2005 18:30:00 GMT

Be it the BHEL disinvestment or the Indo-US joint statement, the Left parties and the UPA have been at loggerheads. CPM gene-ral secretary Prakash Karat speaks to Akshaya Mukul about the Left's reservations:



One world, young world

Fri, 29 Jul 2005 18:30:00 GMT

In 1998, Toronto-based Jennifer Corriero, all of 18 then, founded TakingITGlobal.org, an online community that provides inspiration, information and opportunities to youth to make a difference locally, nationally and globally. It has since grown to 75,000 users spread across 200 countries and works with UN agencies, corporations and youth organisations. Corriero, a student in York University's faculty of environmental studies, speaks to Harsh Kabra about the initiative:



'Don't judge Islam on the basis of actions of a few'

Sun, 24 Jul 2005 18:30:00 GMT

The terror attacks in London have brought the three-million-strong British Muslim commu-nity to the centrestage. Maneesh Pandey speaks to Farhan Nizami, director of Oxford Centre of Islamic Studies (OXCIS), on the British Muslim identity and perceptions of Islam in Europe:



'Cinema big on budgets, short on sensibility'

Fri, 22 Jul 2005 18:30:00 GMT

Farooque Sheikh represents the best qualities of the parallel cinema movement of the 70s and 80s. Now a successful TV show host, the perceptive actor, known for his roles in Umrao Jaan, Gaman and Chasme Buddoor, talks to Humra Quraishi about Bollywood's fetish for stereotyping members of mino-rity communities:



'Special schools are a remnant of colonialism'

Mon, 18 Jul 2005 18:30:00 GMT

Mithu Alur, an activist fighting for the rights of the disabled, believes that inclusive education is a must to ensure that children who face barriers to learning become part of the social mainstream. The state has to take the lead for this to happen, Alur tells Madhusudan Srinivas and Chirdeep Bagga:



Self-care as precursor to effective public health

Fri, 15 Jul 2005 18:30:00 GMT

The World Self-Medication Industry (WSMI), an NGO, is a federation of over 55 member associations representing manufacturers and distributors of non-prescription medicines worldwide. "We wish to promote public health through self-care and self-medication", WSMI's director-general David E Webber tells Narayani Ganesh:



'Indo-Pak security umbrella for Kashmirs'

Mon, 11 Jul 2005 18:30:00 GMT

Pune: Admiral L Ramdas (Retd), former Chief of the Naval Staff and Magsaysay award winner, has been proposing radical solutions to improve Indo-Pak ties. He tells Rahul Chandawarkar that India and Pakistan should assume joint trusteeship of the two Kashmirs:



'Much of aid returns to donor nations'

Fri, 08 Jul 2005 18:30:00 GMT

John Samuel, international director of Action Aid in Asia and co-founder, co-chair of Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP), talks to Shivani Mathur about the largest anti-poverty coalition that pressed leaders of indus-trialised nations to discuss anti-poverty proposals at the G8 summit in Edinburgh: