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Parking may cost you 4 times more

Parking may cost you 4 times more

Wednesday, 18 October 2017 | Sapna Singh | New Delhi

As Delhi’s air quality has deteriorated into the worst “red zone”, Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) has taken up mitigation plans, like banning diesel generators and shutting down Badarpur thermal plant. Now, the EPCA under the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP)...

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Delhi gears up for less noisy, less toxic Diwali

Wednesday, 18 October 2017 | IANS | New Delhi
Delhi gears up for less noisy, less toxic Diwali
It is expected to be a less noisy and less toxic Diwali this year after the Supreme Court imposed a ban on sale of firecrackers in Delhi and the NCR. While some people claim to...

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Real Madrid held by Tottenham; Sevilla routed; Man City stay perfect

Wednesday, 18 October 2017 | IANS | Madrid/Manchester/Berlin
Real Madrid held by Tottenham; Sevilla routed; Man City stay perfect
Real Madrid could do no better than a 1-1 draw at home against Tottenham Hotspur in the third round of the 2017-2018 Champions League group stage, Manchester City and Besiktas stayed perfect and Sevilla crashed...

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India Abroad

India, Mozambique agree to develop Rovuma gas find

Wednesday, 18 October 2017 | PTI | Tokyo
India, Mozambique agree to develop Rovuma gas find
India and Mozambique today agreed to expedite development of the giant Rovuma gas discovery, which is planned to be converted into LNG for exports. Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who is here to attend the LNG Producer-Consumer...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Training exercise that boosts brain power identified

Wednesday, 18 October 2017 | PTI | Washington
Training exercise that boosts brain power identified
Scientists have identified certain brain-training methods - such as the "dual n-back" and "complex span" - that can significantly improve memory and attention. Although exercise does not make anyone smarter, it greatly improved skills people need...

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‘Audience is hard to please now’

‘Audience is hard to please now’

Tuesday, 17 October 2017 | Angela Paljor

Parineeti Chopra, the new member in the Golmaal team, tells Angela Paljor how she looks for variety in her choices Luck has been on Parineeti Chopra’s side ever since her accidental audition tape while working as a Public Relation consultant for Band Baaja Baarat landed up with some creatives and paved the way to her becoming the diva of the industry. Chopra has been in town for the promotion of her forthcoming film, Golmaal Again. “I live to make people laugh....

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SOUND BITE

  • The GST is a path breaking measure of the Government. With any new legislation, there will be some problem and there are problems, how can anybody deny, the debate is on...
    Vice President | Venkaiah Naidu
  • As far as romantic relationships are concerned, they are complicated because it is difficult to find someone who understands your success, your passion.
    Actor | Deepika Padukone
  • Nepal's ties with India are very unique but some parties may whip up anti-India sentiment for political gains in the upcoming elections.
    Nepalese Ambassador | Deep Kumar Upadhyay

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  • Money matters

    Many of you must be planning to study abroad. Sudarshan Motwani says it is crucial to have answers to forex-related...

  • ‘An office nearby is loaded with benefits’

    Ashish Agrawal lists things one can do to uplift productivity at the office Many research directed to demonstrate that proficiency of...

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‘When a man talks about misogyny, men get the point sooner’

Pink: The inside story Author- Gautam Chintamani Publisher- HarperCollins, Rs 299 The film Pink is a result of real-life men and women reflecting on blatant instances of misogyny...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • A visionary who challenged orthodoxy

    Wednesday, 18 October 2017 | Azhar A Khan | Rampur
    This refers to the article, "Paying tribute to a legend" by MJ Warsi (October 16). Sir Syed Ahmad Khan's immense contribution as an instrumental social reformist, intrepid free-thinker, indefatigable educationist and bold religious scholar of the nation and the Indian Muslim community beggars all descriptions given his unique blend of...

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