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DEMOCRACY takes power away from the few, or the one, and places it in the hands of the many. Which is why we hear phrases like “people power” and “returning power to the people” bandied around when speaking about democratic reform.
A group of Singapore’s future leaders made clear that they would decide when and who among them will be the leader.
Aldous Huxley’s dystopian vision of a future filled with passive pleasures resonates more today then ever, says Booked Out columnist Sharmilla Ganesan.
An Italian plumber from the Mushroom Kingdom could be the key to Nintendo Co continuing its three-year rebound.
ALL right, this is going to be a short one. It is my Christmas gift to my editors who are all champing at the bit to begin their Christmas celebrations, so much so that the last thing they want right now is to be bogged down by a lengthy piece by me, riddled with grammatical mistakes and conniption-inducing passages for the in-house lawyers.
Money will be key issue to be discussed at One Planet Summit in Paris
Guidelines to investing in this brave new world of opportunities
The Opposition’s plans for the interim leaders of the nation are more complex than Game of Thrones.
Parliament should be a place where there is intelligent and sophisticated debate, in a dignified atmosphere.
LONDON (Reuters) - Keith Glass took the balls to serve during the second set of his match against Anthony Fawcett in the 1975 Surrey grass court championships and served, and served and served... and served.