Rima M | Rakesh Sharma“No people whose word for ‘yesterday’ is the same as their word for ‘tomorrow’ can be said to have a firm grip on the time.”Close So said Salman Rushdie in Midnight’s Children, and sure, it is often hard to have a sense of time and where we stand today as a Republic and as a democracy over seven decades after independence. Are we being pulled back towards the faultlines of the past or are we moving towards the future? These are questions we are forced to address more and more today. related news On the Ball podcast | EPL gameweek 11 preview: City face Southampton, Liverpool take on Aston Villa; will we see an upset? The Market Podcast | Stock rebound indicates investors pricing in economic turnaround Corporate Buzz podcast | $1.2 bn Yes Bank offer; Indigo orders 300 aircraft; Cognizant to lay off 13,000 staff As the largest democracy in the world trundles into the last phases of the national elections, it may be a good idea to look back and remember in this edition of Digging Deeper, the very first time the country went to the polls. And to cut past the WhatsApp fallacies… Read full this story
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