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Brain Stormer: More Divorce Among the Muslim Women

As per the Census data of 2011, the rate of divorce among the Muslim women is one of the highest in comparison to other religious groups. Further the Census shows that the married women...

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Rajnath on Mission Kashmir

Rajnath on Mission Kashmir

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 | PNS | New Delhi

In an attempt to tame the demon of violence in Kashmir valley through political initiative, Home Minister Rajnath Singh will embark on a two-day visit to Jammu & Kashmir on Wednesday. The announcement of Rajnath’s visit came a day after...

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Sensex regains 28K level, up 118 pts in early trade

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 | PTI | Mumbai
Sensex regains 28K level, up 118 pts in early trade
The benchmark BSE Sensex regained the 28,000-mark by surging over 118 points in early trade today on renewed buying by participants in auto, teck and IT counters amid mixed global cues. Moreover, short-covering of positions...

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Grand welcome for wrestler Sakshi Malik in Haryana

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 | IANS | Bahadurgarh/New Delhi
Grand welcome for wrestler Sakshi Malik in Haryana
Rio 2016 Olympics bronze medalist wrestler Sakshi Malik was accorded a grand welcome by people and the state government as the motorcade carrying her entered Haryana on Wednesday. Sakshi, who arrived in Delhi's Indira Gandhi...

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US asks India, Pak to sign, ratify CTBT

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 | PTI | Washington
US asks India, Pak to sign, ratify CTBT
Encouraging India and Pakistan to engage in talks and exercise restraint for improving strategic stability, the US has asked the two countries to sign and ratify Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT). State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Umbilical cells linked to increase risk of obesity

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 | IANS | New York
Umbilical cells linked to increase risk of obesity
Children born to obese mothers are likely to be at an increased risk of obesity as a result of their umbilical cells showing impaired expression of genes regulating cell energy and metabolism, a study has...

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wall of fame

Tuesday, 23 August 2016 | Team Viva

Public art has found its biggest patron in the national Capital’s administrative bodies and it’s a win-win for both. Team Viva reports If the sheer volume of people descending on just concluded India Art Fair are any indication, the art scene in the national Capital is on a major upswing. How much the jamboree is truly connecting with whatever’s on display is another story, for now feel good that it’s seeking something out-of-the-box. Even better, the authorities are heeding to it. Weeks...

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SOUND BITE

  • All his artificial love which he (Arvind Kejriwal) is professing for Goans, is buried in his ambitious plan of looting and eradicating the Goan identity.
    Goa Congress leader | Trojano D'Mello
  • We need to stop getting taxed as much we do. Hollywood films aren't as taxed as Indian films which are bleeding.
    Film director | Zoya Akhtar
  • We strongly support all efforts between India and Pakistan that can contribute to a more stable and prosperous region.
    US State Department Deputy Spokesperson | Mark Toner

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    As the US-or-UK debate goes on, students must weigh their options before applying for universities at these two main global...

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    DEET The Anna University, Centre for Distance Education (CDE), Chennai, will be conducting the Distance Education Entrance Test (DEET) 2016 for...

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The making of classics

Penguin Modern Classics Author : Ashokamitran Publisher : Penguin, Rs 299 One cannot but appreciate the flair with which the prolific Tamil writer, Ashokamitran, deals with the seemingly...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Next RBI chief Urjit Patel is an inflation warrior

    Wednesday, 24 August 2016 | Vinod C Dixit | Ahmedabad
    The choice of Urjit Patel, an eminent economist, consultant and banker, as the 24th Governor of the Reserve Bank of India reflects the Government's preference for continuity to the Rajan tradition. It is a step in the right direction. Patel will face many challenges, from reining in inflation to managing...

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