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Published: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:15:03 GMT

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India, no longer a rapidly growing economy
'The disruptions caused by demonetisation and GST will be behind us in another six months.'



How about Alia and Bhumi together in a movie?
Savouring Spielberg's fierce, fine movie; salivating over MAMI's line-up; gobbling a Shrek cake; visualising a desi Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants with Alia, Bhumi and more in Sukanya Verma's Super Filmi Week.



Why is India rejecting the Rohingyas?
'As a great democracy, we must be responsible and uphold the rights of those who come to us seeking shelter.'



TN's political crisis turns into constitutional one
The judiciary has often shied away from contesting the speaker's right or that of the legislature, but it has not always avoided taking a close look at the processes employed and arrive at conclusions that are binding on all concerned, says N Sathiya Moorthy.



Don't misread Supreme Court order, Aadhaar not a must
The DoT is wrongly asking subscribers to link their mobile numbers to Aadhaar in order to keep them active, says Gopal Krishna.



In quest of justice, Pehlu Khan's son won't be alone
'When Irshad Khan approaches the Supreme Court, he will undoubtedly have the best and most committed of lawyers to represent him.'



What DeMo really achieved
Declaring demonetisation a complete failure may turn out to be hasty, argues economist Ashok K Lahiri.



Should pension savings be mandatory?
'When we say we want to increase pension participation, do we want to increase participation through the savings route?'



Is Narayan Murthy responsible for the Infosys crisis?
The Infosys saga shows how efforts to remote-control a company by its powerful promoter, even with good intentions, might hurt the entity, says Asish K Bhattacharyya.



What the Rest of India can teach politicians
'Politicians insist on focusing on the North even though the rest of India offers a better way of engaging with our Muslims namely, live and let live.'