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Arnab Goswami -- and scores of influential but divisive people like him all over the world -- will immensely benefit by reading the wonderful book ‘The Story of Civilization’ by British philosopher C.E.M. Joad. This short book was written in 1931 as part of a “How & Why” series of books, the intended primary audience for which was most probably children and young adults.
If the 'promo' is anything to go by, it promises to be screamingly hilarious.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Times Now, his first TV interview since taking office, on 27 Jun 2016. As with his Wall Street Journal interview the month before, Modi covered a lot of ground, from economic reform to domestic politics to foreign policy. Here we specifically examine some of his claims regarding his ambitious development agenda.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi sat down for a detailed interview with Times Now editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami today. During the 85-minute conversation, the PM spoke about a range of domestic and foreign...
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Everyone who has used Google maps to find their way around a city will have stories galore about how they took several wrong turns or landed up at a wrong place thanks to the app. However, here's a go...
Words fly left and right, from Left to Right, and you wish they could all only see that the answer is simple enough to be realized by a crayon-wielding child of five.
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Where would you find former MP Milind Deora, director Anurag Kashyap, an AAP-obsessed Vishal Dadlani, Russell Peters (sans shirt), and Arnab Goswami? Well, perhaps at some point they've all been on on...
Last night, actor Anupam Kher took on Gajendra Chauhan on Arnab Goswami's News Hour on Times Now, questioning his appointment as the chairman of Film and Television Institute of India. Chauhan, when...
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On Saturday's episode of 'Frankly Speaking With Arnab Goswami', a weekly interview show aired on Times Now and conducted by anchor Goswami, it was Amitabh Bachchan who was under the spotlight. The 73-...
Does Times Now editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami, the high-profile television anchor known for his fiery nightly television debates, drive a Lamborghini? This is the question that echoed on social media M...
Vinod sounded so happy, just so happy that day, the last day we spoke. He sounded utterly content and chilled out. And I was really looking forward to the book release as well. The week after our chat I read the advance copy of the book his publishers had sent me. To be honest, I read it twice. I had never read a more complete sequel.