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Books

The distractions in Aldous Huxley’s 1932 book, ‘Brave New World’, seem awfully familiar

Aldous Huxley’s dystopian vision of a future filled with passive pleasures resonates more today then ever, says Booked Out columnist Sharmilla Ganesan.

TECH

An Italian plumber and the future of a Japanese icon

An Italian plumber from the Mushroom Kingdom could be the key to Nintendo Co continuing its three-year rebound.

Brave New World

A not-so-simple decision

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.

Business

India faces painful move to cleaner energy

Money will be key issue to be discussed at One Planet Summit in Paris

Business

Equity crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending

Guidelines to investing in this brave new world of opportunities

Brave New World

The plot thickens in Game of Tuns

The Opposition’s plans for the interim leaders of the nation are more complex than Game of Thrones.

Brave New World

Respect in and for the House

Parliament should be a place where there is intelligent and sophisticated debate, in a dignified atmosphere.

Tennis

Is clock ticking on tennis marathons?

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.

Football

England reserves determined not to be embarrassed

LONDON (Reuters) - It was meant to be an opportunity to let England's young lions roam free to demonstrate how they may just be equipped to inject fear into the two best teams in world football.

Tennis

Future arrives, a little late, as Next Gen revolution begins

MILAN (Reuters) - The future arrived late but after some old-fashioned glitches, two Russian trailblazers fired the first shots in what could be a revolution in tennis at the Next Gen ATP Finals on Tuesday.