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"Once you take to kite flying, you're never gonna turn back," Bohart, from Portland, Oregon, said as he used his entire body weight to leverage his gigantic 15-metre-long kite intricately stitched together to form a Red Indian riding a horse and titled 'Crow'....

Aimed at encouraging higher education institutions to engage with problems of rural India like sanitation and hygiene, water, health and education and to provide appropriate solutions for them, the government's recently launched Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA) can lead to transformational change in the country if the technologies are "relev...

Two contrary tactics are apparently guiding Narendra Modi. On the political front, he is willing to accommodate outsiders in senior positions even if it means breaking the rigid mould of a cadre-based party. Outside politics, however, he is filling crucial posts in what can be called cultural outfits with acknowledged saffronites....