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Novels set in 1857 India

A few days ago, I came across one of the books that had troubled me so much when I first read it - over a decade ago. M.M.Kaye’s The Shadow of the Moon. I enjoyed reading the book; at the same time, it left me strangely upset. It tells the…
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The Power of Young India

"India has close to ideal demographics. It's in a sweet spot," said Robert Prior-Wandesforde, director, Asian economics research at Credit Suisse. Demographics have changed drastically since the Independence of India. In India one third of…
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Lucas & Brazil

By ANIRBAN NANDA (After the flood at Parana and cyclone at Natal; Brazilian citizens are starving paying its government 40.5% of earning as tax to host confederation cup and world cup 2014. Huge price hike in daily food and transportation…
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