Amaravati is headed since victor CM Jaganmohan Reddy
is unlikely to go ahead with vanquished CM Chandrababu Naidu’s pet project?
From RTI to triple talaq, the government rushes through a slew of bills and Parliament
clears them into laws. A gawking Opposition asks: “Where’s the scrutiny?”
It’s been more than a year and there’s no end in sight to the central rule in Jammu and
Kashmir, a state currently on military-style auto-pilot. But the government apparently
has a plan, multiple initiatives to be precise. What is it?
The Footie Master’s Ilish
Now in its centenary year, East Bengal is not just a football club of the Bangals,
the baatis. It’s an institution, as much loved as the sweet hilsa of the Padma.
World of the MadRasana
Old Madras and Carnatic music are a rasam blend. But the crowd has drifted in the neon
razzmatazz of Chennai. To win back the young, the classical has entered digital infinity…
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