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Oh boy! He is the youngest editor in India
A dash of insightfulness, a touch of business acumen, loads of confidence, and you have the recipe for a successful CEO of a magazine. Nothing new in it, except that Sahil Bansal is a teenager.
Delve-ing deeper into the Web
Technology does not always have to be the preoccupation of ‘techies’ alone but can be interesting and interactive for any of us. Every week, Techtroniks will talk about new developments, tech czars and tech users, their favourite gadgets. Plus reviews and simply fun facts to know.
Modi’s quest for the perfect gift for Obama
Indian Prime Minister is well-versed in the art of charming his guests, a sprinkling of the world’s most important people, with his personal, hand-picked gifts and customised menus. Just before he left for a high-profile meeting with the US president, Modi was pondering what the perfect gift would be for Barack Obama…
Just say Yo!
The explosion of mobile telephony, snazzy handsets coupled with improved features with every new handset and software release have helped the fraternity of app developers launch apps for a wide range of functions.
Mantel in overdrive
The author of best-selling books such as Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies is at the receiving end of a volley of criticism after she said recently that she fantasised about assassinating Thatcher.
The drone effect
It wasn’t long ago the idea people would move round the globe in airborne metal carriers or order all manner of things to our doors through magic boxes would have been cast off as madness; so does the idea of artificially intelligent drones as prolific as cars fall into the same basket (case)? AMANDA FISHER talks to drone experts to separate fact from fiction.
Jayalalithaa Jayaram: The Iron Butterfly
As September 27 draws near and with it the verdict on a corruption case against one of India’s most charismatic and popular leaders, SANDHYA RAVISHANKAR finds out why Jayalalithaa Jayaram has much at stake
A Social Network — But Not For Fun
As a picture emerges of Syrian women struggling alone to look after their children, one website in Dubai — hoping to become a Facebook for Good — is straining to provide solutions. But it’s not just Syrian refugees across the region that need help, they say, but also those inside the country, as AMANDA FISHER finds out
Watch out for the Apple watch
Apple’s new smart watch named Apple watch was officially launched with much fanfare.
Rupert Murdoch and all things in the bluff
Rupert Murdoch has been crying himself hoarse on social media saying he is tired of the topless women who have been grabbing space in his money-grossing paper.
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