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Pak reels as India hits back

Pak reels as India hits back

Monday, 21 May 2018 | Mohit Kandhari | Jammu

Begging for their lives, the Pakistan Rangers on Sunday made frantic calls to local BSF formations in Jammu to stop use of ‘lethal’ fire power as it was causing huge damages on their side. In response, the BSF put retaliatory fire...

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Royal Enfield launches classic World War II era motorcycle model in UK

Monday, 21 May 2018 | PTI | London
Royal Enfield launches classic World War II era motorcycle model in UK
India's Royal Enfield today launched a new limited-edition model of a classic motorcycle inspired by a World War II bike used by British paratroopers behind enemy lines. The ?Classic 500 'Pegasus' is inspired by the legendary...

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Buttler relishing 'another Test debut' with England

Monday, 21 May 2018 | AFP | London
Buttler relishing 'another Test debut' with England
Buttler had said getting a recall to England's Test squad feels as if he had been given "another debut". Buttler played the last of his 18 Tests in December 2016, against India in Chennai. But despite becoming...

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India, China discuss security, law enforcement cooperation

Monday, 21 May 2018 | IANS | Beijing
India, China discuss security, law enforcement cooperation
India and China on Monday discussed security and law enforcement cooperation as Deputy National Security Adviser Rajinder Khanna met Chinese Public Minister Zhao Kheji here. Khanna met Zhao on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation...

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Restaurants most common source of food-borne illness: Survey

Monday, 21 May 2018 | PTI | Washington
Restaurants most common source of food-borne illness: Survey
Restaurants are the most common source of contaminated food that causes children to fall sick, say scientists who found that very few parents use simple preventive strategies to protect kids from food poisoning outside the...

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Bleisure  picks up speed

Bleisure picks up speed

Monday, 21 May 2018 | Team Viva

Combining business with leisure was a selective liberty but now has become more commonplace with the hospitality industry offering tailor-made packages, says Team Viva Today’s hard-pressed professionals often feel that they’re losing that difficult work-life balance. A subway ride to or from the office can turn the day into a marathon shift if you don’t turn off the internet on your smartphone. Sending emails, messaging with colleagues, making to-do lists for the day while on the go commuting or otherwise —...

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  • Obvious attempts were made by the Congress and JD(S) to hijack people's mandate, which was in favour of the BJP. Therefore, Yeddyurappa decided to take the honourable way. I salute him for this.
    BJP MP | Rajeev Chandrasekhar
  • I will never be happy with my career. It has to do with my personality. But yes, I would like to work more.
    Actor | Nimrat Kaur
  • The Indian Government has the sovereign right to decide obviously… but the Indian signing of foundational agreements with the US can broaden defence relationship.
    Senior US official | Tina Kaidanow

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  • Nurse the way

    Nurses are becoming more specialised and their role has expanded far beyond that of a caretaker, says Usha Banerjee The history...

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    MSc & MPhil The Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management- Kerala (IIITM-K), an autonomous institute established by the Government of...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Ceasefire will send a subtle message

    Monday, 21 May 2018 | Ganapathi Bhat | Akola
    This refers to the editorial, “No surrender” (May 18). Unilateral ceasefire is a sensitive move on the part of the Governemnt. It is, therefore, bound to invite plaudits and brickbats in equal measure. Though the Government should have meticulously weighed all options, keeping in mind the failed experiment of the...

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