How to make flying accessible to all

UDAN demonstrates that good policy-making can fulfill important public requirements without requiring budgetary support, says MoS for civil aviation Jayant Sinha. UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik) is one of the flagship programmes of the Narendra Modi government. Its outstanding success makes the dream of the prime minister of “hawai yatra for the hawai chappal citizen” a reality. Towns and […]

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Report shows how Trump’s inauguration committee spent $107 million in 72 days

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump thank guests during the inaugural Freedom Ball at the Washington Convention Center on Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images) If you had 72 days and $100 million to throw a party, how would you spend it?  It might sound like a daunting task, but President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee […]

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How boardroom dynamics have changed 10 years after Satyam

Going by the provisions of the new company law, the responsibility and accountability equation for independent directors has seen a major change. The 2009-financial fraud at Satyam had put the spotlight on the role of independent directors in the company’s board like never before. The Satyam board had several marquee names as independent directors, including the ‘father of Pentium’ chip […]

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How Sony Profits From the Mobile Market Without Hit Smartphones

Sony's (NYSE: SNE) smartphone business is a money pit for the company. Its Xperia phones have about 1% of the global smartphone market, and it's losing money on each device sold. Last quarter, Sony's mobile communications unit's revenues — which accounted for 5% of its top line — tumbled 32% annually as its operating loss widened, making it the company's […]

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Judge Andrew Napolitano: How dumb are the politicians who want to remove your right to self-defense?

Most of the mass killings by guns in the United States in recent years — Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora, Newtown, Charleston, San Bernardino and Orlando — took place in venues where local or state law prohibited carrying guns, even by those lawfully licensed to do so. The government cheerfully calls these venues “gun-free zones.” They should be called killing zones. […]

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How the partial government shutdown could affect you

The government shutdown blame game Former Sen. Mike Lee chief of staff Boyd Matheson and former DC Democratic Party Chairman Scott Bolden on the government shutdown over funding for a border wall. A partial government shutdown stretched into its second week on Wednesday after congressional leaders and President Trump failed to reach a bipartisan funding deal because of a dispute […]

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Anna Kooiman: How live TV prepared me for the unpredictable joys (and frustrations) of motherhood

Anna Kooiman launches new online fitness business ‘Strong Sexy Mammas’ Anna Kooiman demonstrates a fitness routine that mothers can do with their babies. I am currently sitting in the Fox News Channel newsroom in New York City. It is 2 am and I am preparing for a news cut-in which will be broadcast live. These crazy hours we work in […]

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