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Kanika Datta: Divide & lead

First, the bad news: A survey earlier this week by TJ Insite, a platform on the TimesJobs.com portal, suggests that most people prefer male bosses to female ones and that view includes a significant majority (79 per cent) of female respondents.But ...

Kanika Datta: Activism against activists

When it comes to activists, do credit Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his consistency. His address to a joint conference of chief justices of the high courts and chief ministers on Sunday isn't the first time he has derisively referred to activists ...

Belle Epoque and a nuclear deal

Breakthrough at Beau Rivage on April 2 could mark the start of a new chapter in Iran-US relations

Kanika Datta: 'Indian culture is best'?

It is natural that someone's cultural choices will be shaped primarily by local and national influences. But much also depends on exposure

Kanika Datta: Beyond 66A

Luckily, I have not experienced the harassments to which the state and kooks, gooks and lackeys associated with it subjected hundreds of unsuspecting people under the late unlamented Section 66A of the Information Technology Act. But I do wish there ...

Kanika Datta: Women as a Cause

The Gregorian calendar, which most of the world follows today, rather dampened the enthusiasms of PR-CSR industry complex that rises to a crescendo before each March 8. In case you've been on Mars this last week, March 8 is International Women's Day ...

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