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Join efforts for new India, PM tells Opp

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | Pioneer News Service | New Delhi

Join efforts for new India, PM tells Opp

A combative Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday strongly defended his Government against charges of compromising the interest of farmers and going soft against communal elements. In a 75-minute power-packed speech in the Lok Sabha,…

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Vivacity

Dig out the roots

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | Divya Kaushik | New Delhi

Dig out the roots

Chef Aditya Bal is on a mission to hunt recipes which are diffused in the pages of history and rediscover cooking techniques which used piles of hay and dry leaves. He discloses some secrets to…

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Sports Bytes

Bowlers have really stepped up: Dhoni

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | IANS | Perth,

Bowlers have really stepped up: Dhoni

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni Saturday said his bowlers have elevated their level of performance, producing another exquisite bowling exhibition against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in a World Cup Pool B encounter at the…

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POTPOURRI

Case of Kalki's lost and found ATM card

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | IANS | Mumbai,

Case of Kalki's lost and found ATM card

Actress Kalki Koechlin lost her ATM card but was lucky enough to get it back, courtesy a stranger. The actress took to micro-blogging site Twitter to share her joy over a lady's good Samaritan act.“Forgot…

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BUSINESS & FINANCE

People wanted scam, corruption to end: Jaitley

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | IANS | New Delhi

People wanted scam, corruption to end: Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Saturday took a dig at the previous United Progressive Alliance government during his budget speech, saying that people wanted "scam, scandal and corruption raj to end" and the Narendra Modi government…

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Health gets Rs.33,152 crore, six more AIIMS announced

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | IANS | New Delhi

Health gets Rs.33,152 crore, six more AIIMS announced

The government Saturday announced an outlay of Rs.33,152 crore for health, with special emphasis on improving the public health sector. "In the fiscal year 2015-16, I propose to set up All India Institutes of Medical Sciences…

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Avenues

Challenges in management education

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 | Dr Daviender Narang | New Delhi

Challenges in management education

The biggest challenge of the management institutions is to produce efficient managers. We are in an era when knowledge is expanding at an unprecedented rate. The essence of good management education is to train people…

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India Abroad

New bust of Gandhian follower erected in S Africa

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | PTI | Johannesburg

New bust of Gandhian follower erected in S Africa

A bust of a teenage martyr, who fought alongside Mahatma Gandhi in his fight against racial discrimination in South Africa, has been unveiled here after her statue was destroyed by vandals in a mainly Indian…

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SHOW TIME

Satisfy my food cravings on the weekend, says Kareena

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 | IANS | New Delhi

Satisfy my food cravings on the weekend, says Kareena

Actors are always under constant pressure to maintain their physical appearance and keep a tab on their calorie intake. But actress Kareena Kapoor has found a cheat code to pave her way out of…

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Books

The city of lost selves

Sunday, 22 February 2015 | Ananya Borgohain | New Delhi

The city of lost selves

Stone Mattress Author : Margaret Atwood Publisher : Bloomsbury, Rs599 Margaret Atwood, in her quintessential manner, pushes her readers beyond the edge to speculate the incomprehensible in this collection of nine tales, says ANANYA BORGOHAIN Sigmund Freud deemed the…

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Great start by Prabhu, now for the execution

Saturday, 28 February 2015 | Bal Govind | Noida

It is refreshing to see a Railway Budget without an announcement of a new train, and kudos to Mr Suresh Prabhu for saying that his Budget is the first step towards the de-politicisation of Indian…

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Sunday Edition

Dawn of a new political era

22 Feb 2015 | RAJESH SINGH | Noida

Today belongs to Arvind Kejriwal, and it would be churlish to hurl the grimmest possibilities at him at a time when he has just taken over as the Delhi Chief Minister with the promise of clean, effective, non-arrogant, and people’s governance, writes RAJESH SINGH In Thomas Hardy’s 19th century classic, The Return of the Native, the protagonist Diggory Venn travels the country marking flocks of sheep with a red mineral called…

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STATE EDITIONS

Congress to invigorate the failures of central and state

28 Feb 2015 | RAJESH SINGH | Noida

The state unit of the Congress will use the failures of central and State Government to invigorate the party workers as AICC general secretary and in-charge of state affairs, Madhusudan Mistry asked party men to highlight the failures of both the governments in a forceful manner through protest on March 12. The Congress plans ‘rail roko, and highway jam karo’ agitation for March 12...

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SOUND BITES

Whether India decides to formally join the coalition to combat Islamic State or whether it takes other steps, is for India to determine.

US Assistant Secretary of State | Nisha Desai Biswal

It would have been nice to have finished New Zealand before coming to Australia. It is tiring for the boys.

Sri Lankan cricket team manager | Michael de Zoysa

The Common Minimum Programme for governance in J&K will come out in black and white, and the country will see what we are doing.

PDP leader | Mufti Mohammed Sayeed

POLLS

Should India react to the Pak ceasefire violation or the two countries should talk to each other to stop violation ?

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