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Comic Book Benchmarks: Exit Wounds is a riveting ride through Israel

2007 was a good year for the Graphic Novel. First, the success of movies based on them spurred a whole new set of readers to read the original works. Popular movies even used the medium for promotion by launching novels of their own. Then, having established ... [Published Times of India Blogs - 2 hours ago]
Entities: Israel
First reported 17 hours ago - Updated 5 hours ago - 1 reports

Whose idea of India?

It's powerful poll fodder — but just who truly supports this thought?Amidst volleying insults in 2014's polls, BJP's PM aspirant Narendra Modi gets the sharpest rises from opponents. Modi's recent 'RSVP model' jibe — NaMo caustically spelling out 'Rahul, ... [Published Times of India Blogs - 17 hours ago]
First reported 6 hours ago - Updated 6 hours ago - 1 reports

'Much misunderstood' Mulayam, Azam & Abu

In the Central Doab region of Uttar Pradesh, the land is so fertile on both banks of the Ganga, that scattering a few seeds of wheat and transplanting a few shoots of rice will keep your stomach full and your family happy for a long time. The river meanders ... [Published Times of India Blogs - 6 hours ago]
Entities: Dispersion, Wheat, Memory
First reported 15 hours ago - Updated 15 hours ago - 1 reports

Goodbye Salman, says Farrukhabad

Along the banks of the Ganga on which is situated Farrukhabad, not much seems to have changed since 1714 when Nawab Mohammed Khan Bangash (from Bangash in present-day Afghanistan) put down roots for a city and named it in honour of the Mughal emperor ... [Published Times of India Blogs - 15 hours ago]
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Press charges: The foreign media gives Modi a bad report — with a few notable exceptions

Narendra Modi ensconced in his campaign headquarters with his trusted henchman, Amit Shah.NaMobhai: What's this that i hear about the foreign press saying bad things about me, Amitbhai?Amitbhai: I'm afraid it's only too true, NaMobhai. The Economist ... [Published Times of India Blogs - 17 hours ago]
First reported 22 hours ago - Updated 22 hours ago - 1 reports

The prime minister's wife

Since time immemorial, in Indian politics, the private lives of our politicians have never entered the public sphere. This is a vestige of our colonial past, though the British have long throw in the towel on this one, and today the private lives of their ... [Published Times of India Blogs - 22 hours ago]
First reported Apr 24 2014 - Updated Apr 24 2014 - 1 reports

C’mon EC, show these idiots you’re the boss

As we go through the 6th phase of the long-winded, and most eagerly awaited, elections in this nation's history, one thing that has stood out is the vitriolic attack on opponents, not only along religious and faith lines, but even physical and personal, ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 24 2014]
Entities: Democracy, Religion, Attack
First reported Apr 24 2014 - Updated Apr 24 2014 - 1 reports

Historic Sotheby’s Photographers Sale

Art bodies and dealers and institutions all over the world could learn from this philanthropic confluence at Sotheby’s London. Leading contemporary photographers have donated major works to help save the Fox Talbot Archive. The act of coming together ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 24 2014]
First reported Apr 24 2014 - Updated Apr 24 2014 - 1 reports

Game of Thrones

Let me begin with a caveat. I am no blind admirer of Narendra Modi. To be truthful, I am not even an admirer. I have a typical journalistic insouciance towards all things political. So I admire no one till they actually demonstrate that they can rise ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 24 2014]
First reported Apr 23 2014 - Updated Apr 23 2014 - 1 reports

The wonderbra PM

NaMo too has been pushed up as being fashionable and sexy In this season of smarmy polliticking, the STOI cleverly featured the top PR campaigns of all time. Three stand out for their strong contemporary parallels. The first, dating way back to the late ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 23 2014]
First reported Apr 23 2014 - Updated Apr 23 2014 - 1 reports

External challenges for the new government

The new government in India will have to deal with a number of external challenges, which have proved to be ticklish and have assumed serious dimensions. Our immediate neighbours Pakistan and China would be on priority. The issues involved with both these ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 23 2014]
Entities: Pakistan, India, China
First reported Apr 23 2014 - Updated Apr 23 2014 - 1 reports

It ij tact, not grit, that makes Youngistaan tick

First there was the Vodafone ad in which father and son alike actually run from a gecko screaming for their respective parents. Next I witnessed, on a trip to the cinema with my own parents, the scene in the somewhat pretentiously made film, 'Queen', ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 23 2014]

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The latest in Reserve Bank of India’s measures to protect customers with home loans is a proposal to change the way banks determine their ` "base rate’ – the benchmark for all floating rate loans. The need for a re-look arose because customers have been complaining of a raw deal in pricing. "

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Whose idea of India? [Published Times of India Blogs - 17 hours ago]
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C’mon EC, show these idiots you’re the boss [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 24 2014]
Historic Sotheby’s Photographers Sale [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 24 2014]
Game of Thrones [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 24 2014]
The wonderbra PM [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 23 2014]
External challenges for the new government [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 23 2014]
It ij tact, not grit, that makes Youngistaan tick [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 23 2014]
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Comic Book Benchmarks: Exit Wounds is a rivetin... [Published Times of India Blogs - 2 hours ago]
2007 was a good year for the Graphic Novel. First, the success of movies based on them spurred a whole new set of readers to read the original works. Popular movies even used the medium for promotion by launching novels of their own. Then, having established ...
'Much misunderstood' Mulayam, Azam & Abu [Published Times of India Blogs - 6 hours ago]
In the Central Doab region of Uttar Pradesh, the land is so fertile on both banks of the Ganga, that scattering a few seeds of wheat and transplanting a few shoots of rice will keep your stomach full and your family happy for a long time. The river meanders ...
Goodbye Salman, says Farrukhabad [Published Times of India Blogs - 15 hours ago]
Along the banks of the Ganga on which is situated Farrukhabad, not much seems to have changed since 1714 when Nawab Mohammed Khan Bangash (from Bangash in present-day Afghanistan) put down roots for a city and named it in honour of the Mughal emperor ...
Whose idea of India? [Published Times of India Blogs - 17 hours ago]
It's powerful poll fodder — but just who truly supports this thought?Amidst volleying insults in 2014's polls, BJP's PM aspirant Narendra Modi gets the sharpest rises from opponents. Modi's recent 'RSVP model' jibe — NaMo caustically spelling out 'Rahul, ...
Press charges: The foreign media gives Modi a b... [Published Times of India Blogs - 17 hours ago]
Narendra Modi ensconced in his campaign headquarters with his trusted henchman, Amit Shah.NaMobhai: What's this that i hear about the foreign press saying bad things about me, Amitbhai?Amitbhai: I'm afraid it's only too true, NaMobhai. The Economist ...
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