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12K loot Rs 1,60,256 cr from banks

12K loot Rs 1,60,256 cr from banks

Thursday, 22 February 2018 | J Gopikrishnan | New Delhi

Nearly 12,000 wilful defaulters have siphoned off more than Rs 1,60,256 crore from both public sector and private sector banks, co-operative banks, foreign banks operating in India and other financial institutions. This latest figure (as on December 31, 2017) of...

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Gitanjali Gems plunges over 56% in six days

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 | IANS | Mumbai
Gitanjali Gems plunges over 56% in six days
Within a week of surfacing of $1.8 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB)fraud, Gitanjali Gems' stock has nosedived over 56 per cent. It fell for sixth consecutive session on Wednesday. The stocks of the jewellery company plunged...

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India score 188/4 against South Africa in 2nd T20

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 | PTI | Centurion
India score 188/4 against South Africa in 2nd T20
Invited to bat, India scored 188 for four against South Africa in the second Twenty20 International, here today. Manish Pandey remained unbeaten on 79, while Mahendra Singh was unconquered on 52. Brief Scores: India: 188 for 4...

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China wanted to split India, Bhutan through Doklam: Menon

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 | PTI | New Delhi
China wanted to split India, Bhutan through Doklam: Menon
China's political goal was to "split" India and Bhutan over the Doklam standoff, former National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon said today while appreciating the way the government handled the issue. Menon, who was NSA...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Low-fat diet as effective as low-carb for losing weight

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 | IANS | New York
Low-fat diet as effective as low-carb for losing weight
Confused whether to follow a low-fat diet or a low-carb diet to shed weight? Reducing either carbohydrates or fats from the diet shaves off excess weight in about the same proportion, claims a new study. Published...

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Into the blues

Into the blues

Tuesday, 20 February 2018 | Saatvik Jha

Legendary American jazz Drummer Dave Weckl hopes that the next generation gets exposed to and sustains the legacy of jazz artists. By Saatvik Jha Have you ever felt like breakdancing to jazz? Hearing Saraswati played live by this dazzling ensemble is all it takes to evoke the desire. The electrifying energy of Dave Weckl and Absandey reverberated under the crescent moon at One Golden Mile on Sunday night. The legendary American drummer has featured recurrently on lists of all-time greats, inducted...

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  • The reason why we saw that activity in Doklam last year was not because they (China) had a clear military option or superiority, but (because) they had a political goal of splitting us from (the) Bhutanese.
    Former National Security Advisor — Shivshankar Menon
  • If as a country, or as an industry, we take a collective stance against working with artistes from across the border, I’m happy to adhere to the same. I will be the first one to refrain.
    Composer —Shamir Tandon
  • India must not worry about Dhaka’s growing ties with China. It should rather have good relations with its neighbours, including Bangladesh, so that this region can be developed further.
    Bangladesh Prime Minister —Sheikh Hasina

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  • Language extinction may lead to loss of information

    Thursday, 22 February 2018 | Sujit De | Kolkata
    This refers to the article, “Mother Language Day: The Bangla connection” (February 21) by Syed Muazzem Ali. Mother Language Day was first announced by Unesco on November 17, 1999, that February 21, would be observed as the International Mother Language Day every year to promote the preservation of all languages....

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