Monthly Archives: June 2011

Ten years… and still counting

DEFENCE | aircraft induction The IAF might be crying for fighters but the MoD has no sense of urgency Read more… by M K SHUKLA and VINCENT VAN ROSS THE Panipat syndrome runs deep in the psyche of the Indian … Continue reading

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No sympathy for a rogue state

GLOBESCAN | pakistan-us ties No sympathy for a rogue state Pakistan had it coming, for not behaving like a dutiful client state Read more… by SHASTRI RAMACHANDARAN NATIONS, like individuals, have multiple identities and may be seen in ways that … Continue reading

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Meet the TOPPER

TALKTIME | s divyadharshini S Divyadharshini, the 2011 UPSC Civil Services Examination topper, is the first woman from Tamil Nadu to top the exam. An alumnus of Asan Memorial School and a law graduate from Dr Ambedkar Law University, Chennai, … Continue reading

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The scourge of the Underworld

FIRST STIRRINGS | yadavrao c pawar The mere utterance of his legendary one-liner, “Me YC (I am Y C)” was enough to send shivers down the spines of hardened criminals and crooked politicians. At a time when politicians and policemen … Continue reading

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Further fall of markets not ruled out

STOCK DOCTOR | gs sood Read more… THE markets have fallen by around 10% from their recent highs, making investors take a re-look at the valuations that should have by now become reasonable enough. Unfortunately, the markets may still have … Continue reading

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