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Aldous Huxley’s dystopian vision of a future filled with passive pleasures resonates more today then ever, says Booked Out columnist Sharmilla Ganesan.
Rajinikanth is gung-ho about stepping into politics but being a big screen hero is no guarantee to a successful political career.
JACKSON HOLE: Federal Reserve policymakers are signaling they could raise US interest rates soon but they are already weighing new tools they may need to fight the next recession.
The connected car may be catching everyone's imagination at this year's IAA auto show. But the new technology also brings with it new dangers, such as hacking.
When General Motors Corp. wanted to stop speculation this spring that it might eliminate its Pontiac and Buick brands, Vice Chairman Bob Lutz took his case directly to dealers and customers who were up in arms about the possibility. He wrote about it on the company's blog.
The Star’s long-time columnist, Azmi Sharom kicks off his weekly online talk show
What does a cartoon and teeth surgery have in common? Read about Elaine Dong's revelations.
Democracy is an ongoing process, and if we value it we must continue to take part in that process.
I AM not very good at goodbyes. I prefer to slip away quietly. I find it’s the best way (especially when evading bitter girlfriends and debtors!).
LONDON (Reuters) - Few subjects animate tennis aficionados quite like the "greatest of all time" debate, but there is a consensus that Rod Laver's 1969 calendar year grand slam remains a yardstick for the modern game.