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FIFA world cup’s going on and Football fever everywhere, But when there’s no Indian team, why would I even care? Batting and Bowling excite us, Not a bloody save from Casillas, What’s with this forward, Mid-field and defense? All I know is hitting the ball outside the fence. Cricket is my religion, Packed up with [...]

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Even Indian politicians got influenced by the Football World Cup mania like the common man and formed their respective party teams to play football matches. So a league stage comprising teams representing BJP, Congress, JD(U), LJP, TMC, CPI(M), AAP and the media was set up. In the BJP team, too many players wanted to play [...]

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Dear Dr. What Ho! I’m a student in a CBSE school in Delhi. I’ve just entered this torture chamber that they call Std XII. I think people should be happy that we go to school at all. It’s not like we’re getting paid for it. Putting such annoyances aside, I’ve been a hard working kid [...]

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We are well acquainted with the public side of Narendra Modi – the master orator, able administrator and loyal party worker but what about Narendra Damordas Modi the person? What makes him tick? What forces shaped him into what he is today? To answer some of these questions, we commissioned the prime minister elect’s younger [...]

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Mr. Damodar was leading an almost perfect life A house, a car, a job, two kids and a nagging wife Trusted all was right and ignored all his fears Until a little man’s voice opened up his ears   Who with uncommon grit upheld, the power of a common man Vowed to end the siege [...]

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“Are you ready, ji? Upinder will be coming in 5 minutes to pick us up. Chalen?” asked Gursharan Kaur, her voice echoing through the nearly empty house at 7 Race Course Road. Her question drawing no response, she said, “Okay, I’ll be waiting outside in the garden, I’ll call you when she arrives,” said the PM’s [...]

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Left with no other choice, a group of  prominent intellectuals from India have begun to call upon interplanetary and extraterrestrial forces to descend on the country and prevent Narendra Modi from becoming the PM on May 16. “This is our last hope. It’s okay even if aliens can come down and take over the reins [...]

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Gajodhar Mishra, a man from Varanasi who had stepped out to buy a plate of jalebis two days ago, hasn’t yet been able to return home because of streets blocked by heaving crowds and vehicles participating in the string of roadshows by BJP, AAP, Congress and SP. Watching helplessly from one side of the road as yet [...]

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What happens to Dr. Singh, one of India’s longest tenured Prime Ministers, come May 16th? All the usual options are on the table: teaching, mentoring, writing. However, there are also three compelling job offers that Dr Singh is contemplating: Option 1: First, is the option to become CEO of one of India’s largest IT companies. At [...]

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September 2013 ‘GET UP!’ ‘Mmm . . . five more minutes . . . I just went to sleep . . .’ ‘It’s 6.30 already! Get up!’ Rajnath Singh woke with a groan and peered at his wife, dark circles exaggerating his sunken eyes. ‘You look like shit,’ she said matter-of-factly. It was the 245th [...]

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