Category: News Scan

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The e-tailers War

  Couple of years back when flipkart’s first set of commercials got aired in television; I was attracted very much like anybody. The kid, shrugging his shoulder coolly, saying ‘I don’t buy anymore. I just...






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Imperishable Stampede Tragedies

What causes these recurring deaths by suffocation and trampling in Indian religious places? Is it because we Indians have high tolerance for crowded spaces? Or is it because the Indian administrators don’t have an idea...






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Indian Cricket Team’s Lamentable Performance

India’s five test series against England on the English soil was off to a promising start Indian players looked intent to win the series in a spectacular fashion. After India’s victory at Lord’s no one...






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Fanning Religious Hatred

    The tough stand of ISIS, a Muslim fanatic group, which at present has its presence in Iraq and Syria. They had brought Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, under their control weeks...






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Xiaomi Targets India

In the last four years, Chinese Smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi has seen a humongous growth that is disrupting the trends in mobile industry. Fondly called as ‘Apple of China’, Xiamo has reaped the Smartphone addiction of...






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Cinema and Political Fancy

  Right from the dawn of cinema it has been customized as a powerful tool for propagandizing the opinions of a country or an ideology. With art as a safe disguise it also unveiled its...






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A New Class of Exoplanet

An Exoplanet is said to be a planet situated outside the Solar system. On Jan. 2013, Astronomers announced that there might be as many as 400 billion exoplanets in the ‘Milky Way Galaxy.’ On Feb....






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The Game has Begun

The election results of a country with over 800 million voters could never be foretold by anyone, not even Nostradamus. The result of the 16th LS election is nothing short of a Pandora’s Box. In...






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Cold War V 2.0 : The Gas War ?

  Ukraine’s political crisis needs no introduction now. It’s on the papers, TV, Web, everywhere. Ever since the Orange Revolution in 2004, there hasn’t been a public opposition on a larger scale. But things changed...