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 The Ray of Hope- Haji Ali Op-Eds

The Ray of Hope- Haji Ali

On 24 October 2016, Haji Ali Trust informed the Supreme Court that it would rescind the ban on women entering the shrine. The ban had been imposed in 2012 and Muslim clerics stated that it was a...

After Snowden: How vulnerable is the internet? Op-Eds

After Snowden: How vulnerable is the internet?

The technology pioneers who designed the net's original protocols saw their creation as a way to share information freely across a network of networks.Yet Edward Snowden's leaks of classified...

Refugee crisis Op-Eds

Refugee crisis

On 26 October 2016, UNHCR reported that 65 Million people world-wide, had fled their homes and more than a third (21 Million) were refugees. This was the largest migration crisis, since World ...

NATO set to extend its Afghan support Op-Eds

NATO set to extend its Afghan support

NATO allies are likely to formally extend their support for Afghan forces after President Barack Obama decided to keep thousands more U.S. troops in Afghanistan than planned through the end of his...

The perils of de-monetization Op-Eds

The perils of de-monetization

The PM’s initiative to de-monetize 1,000 and 500 rupee notes has dealt a knock-out punch for both ‘Black Money’ and counterfeit currency. Every Indian, even crooked politicians and unscrupulous...

Accenture ties up with IITs for research into Artificial Intelligence Op-Eds

Accenture ties up with IITs for research into Artificial Intelligence

MUMBAI: Accenture has entered into a joint research collaboration with IIT Bombay and IIT Patna focused on the different application aspects of Artificial Intelligence. The research, focused on IT...

Tata Chairman- FIRED Op-Eds

Tata Chairman- FIRED

On 24 October 2016, Cyrus Mistry was sacked as Chairman of Tata Sons and replaced by Ratan Tata, who will be the interim chairman, for four months. In Nov 2011, Cyrus (48 years) had taken over from...