Tata Steel's UK sales plans hit, but may keep Port Talbot
While most reports say buyers are re-evaluating their bids for Tata Steel's UK operations in the wake of Brexit, a weaker sterling may help it strike a deal with the government to save the Port Talbot plant
Brexit: turmoil in Asian markets; Britons petition for fresh vote
As China, Japan and South Korea moved to prevent currency and stock markets from going haywire, over three million Britons and counting signed a petition demanding a fresh referendum on exit from the EU
India gains admission to missile control regime, MTCR
India's admission to the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) is something of a consolation prize after its bid for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group failed in Seoul
3-D-printed kidney helps doctors save woman's organ during complicated tumor removal
Thanks to the 3D-printed model of the organ, doctors were able to manoeuvre and successfully remove the tumour and ultimately save the patient's kidney
Messi retires from world football after Chile beat Argentina
Lionel Messi sensationally announced his retirement from international football at East Rutherford, USA on Sunday after Argentina crashed to an upset defeat against Chile in the final of the Copa America
 
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Interviews
  A fast-paced game of Monopoly
  Ashwin Sanghi, best-selling author and entrepreneur talks to Swetha Amit about his new release The Sialkot Saga - a business thriller, and his philosophies reflected in this novel
  Hitting the right note with 'The Write Place'
  Kinjal Shah, CEO, Crossword Bookstores talks to Swetha Amit about The Write Place, a new initiative introduced over the last one year to encourage budding authors get themselves published, and other initiatives
  Is Apple following the BlackBerry road to oblivion
  Market experts are beginning to believe that Apple's total focus on hand-held screens and apps may be its undoing, as rivals – especially Google – are stealing a march on what could be the next big thing, which is artificial intelligence
  Leadership lessons from the giant skip
  A leader, Lao Tzu said, is best when people barely know he exists. When his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: "we did it ourselves", says corporate trainer Arun Rao, founder-director, Focus Adventure India
  Failing antibiotics could kill millions, says report
  Antibiotic resistance could cause one death every three seconds all around the world by the year 2050, if suitable preventive measures are not taken immediately, says a new report
  Wisdom lessons from the best leaders
  Former journalist Ashutosh Sinha talks to Swetha Amit about the inspiration behind his book, and how dealing with top leaders became an MBA lesson for him, and his future plans
  Power and telephony: how things have changed
  A generation ago, a visiting Japanese minister was flabbergasted when asked by his Indian counterpart (through the interpreter) how many tries it took him to get through to the telephone number he was dialling! Things have certainly changed since then, writes retired IAS officer Vivek Agnihotri
  Being more than a five-point someone
  Dr. Sumit D Chowdhry, founder CEO of 'Gaia Smart Cities' and Amrita Verma Chowdhury, Author and consultant in conversation with Swetha Amit on a book by various IITians that they curated- Chicken Soup for the IITian's Soul and experiences of being IITians
  The tricky question of VVIP visitors
  Budding IAS officers, returning to their training academy for the final polish after a year in the field, were asked how they coped with VVIP visitors. Their replies make interesting reading.  By Vivek K. Agnihotri, former secretary-general, Rajya Sabha, Parliament of India
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