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Published: Fri, 28 Oct 2016 12:39:02 GMT

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Fadnavis, the biggest loser in MNS-ADHM row
'Devendra Fadnavis' brokering the deal between the MNS and the makers of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil raises questions about the chief minister's effectiveness,' says Neeta Kolhatkar.

Sinha in Kashmir: Good visit, but is the Centre listening?
'The first clear cut call for 'engagement with all stake holders including separatists' came, not from the political class but the men in uniform,' points out Mohammad Sayeed Malik, the distinguished observer on Kashmir.

The halo around Ratan Tata has gone
About time the Tata companies that are owned by the public are freed from the clutches of Tata Sons, says Sudhir Bisht.

UP likely to see the return of Mayawati
A full majority might be difficult, but Mayawati is in a commanding position this time.

In line with Tata's personal style
John Elliott, the author of Implosion: India's Tryst with Reality, on his Riding the Elephant blog, says the sacking of Cyrus Mistry as chairman of Tata and Sons was in line with Ratan Tata's personal style of dealing with executives

How do you solve a problem like Pakistan?
'Instead of isolation, India should respond militarily to every act of terrorism assessed to have come from across the border, unilaterally declare Pakistan a State that supports terrorism and cease all economic dealings with it.'

Why young techies must be very worried
'Middle-level managers account for 10 per cent -- or 450,000 people -- in the IT industry in India.'

Uttam's Take: No ta-ta to family feuds
Who will win the ugly war within the Samajwadi Party's ruling family?

How Information revolution differs from Industrial Revolution
There is mounting evidence that the Information Revolution may mean the end of large-scale vertically integrated businesses whose guiding principle, "economies of scale", was the defining miracle of the Industrial Age.

How SP reached the breaking point
Akhilesh was always seen as someone working under the shadow of his father and uncles. However, overtime, he started asserting his authority.