Punjab `supercop' KPS Gill passes away
KPSGill has been credited with bringing an end to the Khalistan movement which let lose the bloodiest insurgency in the history of the state, after he assumed charge of law and order in Punjab in 1984
GM faces suit for alleged VW-type diesel emissions scam
GM and its German supplier Bosch have been accused of rigging its heavy-duty trucks with Duramax engines to detect and pass emissions tests but to scale back those controls in real driving conditions - much like the Volkswagen scam
SBI picks 6 banks to manage Rs15,000-cr share sale
Cash-strapped SBI also put up assets worth over Rs1,471 crore, including a Rs807-crore loan account of Kolkata-based Adhunik Power and Natural Resources Ltd and equity worth close to Rs200 crore
PM Modi inaugurates India's longest bridge Dhola-Sadiya
This new, three-lane, 9.15 km bridge, built over river Lohit, a tributary of the Brahmaputra, links Dhola to Sadiya in Assam, filling a huge connectivity gap in the region
 
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Interviews
  Demystifying the Kohinoor
  Best-selling author, historian, broadcaster and critic, William Dalrymple in conversation with Swetha Amit about his new book Kohinoor, which he co-authored with British radio and television presenter and journalist Anita Anand
  How to manage the failure of your venture
  Entrepreneur Sanil Sachar, co-owner of the sports brand Trusox, advises aspiring entreprenurs, "If the impact of your business leaks into your personality, then a failed business equals to a failed you. An entrepreneur is not the business but the ideas. So, don't take it personally. Separate yourself from your work."
  PK's karmic ride for love
 

Dr Pradyumna Kumar Mahanandia, aka PK in conversation with Swetha Amit on his remarkable 7,000-mile, five-month journey that transformed him from a street artist an adviser on art and culture for the Swedish government, while reuniting him with someone he loved.

  WannaCry a wake-up call for businesses
  As cybersecurity threats continue to evolve, ransomware is fast becoming the number one cyber security challenge for businesses, irrespective of their size, location or industry they operate in, says Shree Parthasarathy, partner, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP
  Retirement associated with lower stress, but only those with a top job
  A research paper suggests that the period around retirement may widen socio-economic inequalities in stress and health amongpPoorer people, or those in low status occupations, who often have poorer health and higher biological stress response levels, especally post retirement
  Fake news and filters aren't fooling internet users
  Despite what some politicians argue, fake news and biased search algorithms aren't swaying public opinion, finds a survey of 14,000 internet users in seven nations: the US, Britain, France, Poland, Germany, Italy and Spain
  Bahubali: the backstory of a blockbuster in 100 days
  Bestselling author Anand Neelkantan talks to Swetha Amit about his new book The Rise of Sivagami-part 1of the Bahubali series
  Food webs entangle humans, animals, crops and the environment
  What people plant and eat has a great effect on the environment and on ecosystems. In the end, those choices will impact human survival
  Juggling between reality and idealism
  Authors Padmashri Sudha Murty, Roopa Pai and Ranjit Lal in conversation with Swetha Amit on their experience of writing stories for children and adult segments
  Struggling with different work identities? Your work may suffer
  A new study from Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business suggests that how employees juggle different work identities may affect their job performance
  Curiosity skills the marketer
  Harish Bhat Brand Custodian, Tata Sons and chairman of Tata Global Beverages Ltd. and Tata Coffee Ltd director on the boards of Titan, Trent, Tata Starbucks, Infiniti Retail, Tata Unistore and Tata AIA Life Insurance Company, talks to Swetha Amit about his recent book The Curious Marketer,
  The physics of wealth inequality
  Adrian Bejan, professor of mechanical engineering and materials science at Duke University, says in a new paper published in the Journal of Applied Physics, that the growing income disparity between the rich and poor is part of the laws of physics
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