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Dipak C. Jain says he spends more time in air than on ground, jokingly referring to the United Airlines and American Airlines as being his home. His travels are making him feel more and more like a global citizen, which resonates well with his job. Jain is the dean of INSEAD (Institut Europeen d’Administration des Affaires)...

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Unstoppable Sania-Hingis pair scoops record 29th win in a row - Pioneer
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World’s first dengue shot, the upshot for India - Pritha Chatterjee, Indian Express
Grey Friday - Lindsey Rupp, Business Line
A new wireless reality - Mint
A towering scientist and his love for Bengaluru - Mohit M Rao, Hindu
Dal-Chawal have acche din thanks to PM Narendra Modi - Reshmi R Dasgupta, Economic Times
Windows is 30 years old this month - Hindustan Times
‘Star Wars’: a game-changer in special effects - Mint
Would you accept a pig’s heart or a cow’s skin? - Pratik Kanjilal, Financial Express
Gandhi Maidan: A fulcrum of India’s political history - Pretika Khanna & Meenal Thakur, Mint
A tribute to Narmada – The lifeline of Madhya Pradesh - Aashish Chandorkar, Swarajya
The talented Indian - Vanita Kohli-Khandekar, Business Standard
Sehwag: The utterly carefee genius - Biswadeep Ghosh, Swarajya
Judgement Day comes calling - Visvaksen P, Business Line
Re-making a capital - SK Sinha, Asian Age
How the definition of immigration has changed over the years - Reshmi R Dasgupta, Economic Times
It hapened in Bikaner - Arti Dogra, Indian Express
Shoot for the stars - Pioneer
The tussle between the family man and the outsider - Devdutt Pattanaik, Economic Times
Sports: 1970s & now - Ashok Malik, Asian Age
Sirohi turns over a new leaf - Syed Intishab Ali, Times of India
Yoga is India’s finest gift to humanity - Murli Manohar Joshi, Sunday Guardian
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A year later, Modi didn't disappoint. He seems to have delivered over the past year. Let's look at the numbers. From what we saw, numbers seem to be healthy or not degrading. The zeitgeist continues so it doesn't seem like a revolution but a systematic approach to reform. Maybe you do more here and less there but overall it is the trend that matters. Sometimes people under-deliver. You cannot control the environment but it is the effort that matters. And that fellow is ascetic. I usually trust people who are ascetic.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb

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