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Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 22:15:03 GMT

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Why replacing branded drugs with generics won't be easy
Mandatory prescription of generic names is not a complete solution. Rather, in the absence of a range of approaches, it could mean passing the choice of selecting a drug from a doctor to a pharmacist, says Chandrakant Lahariya.

An encounter with Brad Pitt: On screen and off it
'I don't give a f****. I am old enough now.'

India doesn't want to join China's OBOR, but...
'Does the country risk being enclosed in a geographical cocoon if it spurns a multi-continent project for which everyone else has signed up,' asks T N Ninan.

What Major Gogoi did was Chanakya Niti
Major Gogoi thought like Chanakya when he tied a Kashmiri man on an army jeep to keep the stone pelters at bay, argues Rajeev Sharma.

Be wary about the Muslim law board's stand on triple talaq
When the Muslim Personal Law Board promises 'advisories' and nikahnamas to the Supreme Court, one has to remember not only its recent campaign against any change in Muslim personal law, but also its past record of inaction on the question of triple talaq, says Jyoti Punwani.

Trump sent Pakistan a message in Riyadh
'The Trump administration is on the same page as India that Pakistan is not the solution, but the problem itself,' says Rajeev Sharma.

A survivor's guide for AAP
The party needs to fight competition not by acting like others, but by finding a strong narrative of its own.

Why these are scary times for India
'There is no holistic picture of our own goals and objectives.'

What Trump can learn from Modi
'Modi has also made mistakes and overpromised.'

What the fiddich! Why are books so fat?
When size matters. Just as scotch bottles have become bigger, novels have also become fatter.