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Pak shoots itself in foot at UN

Pak shoots itself in foot at UN

Monday, 25 September 2017 | S Rajagopalan | Washington

Pakistan shot itself in the foot on the floor of the United Nations General Assembly by flaunting a fake image of a purported victim of “Indian brutality” in Kashmir. The graphic picture of a blood-splattered face peppered with shrapnel injuries, it...

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Exports of petrol, diesel cars can continue, hints Gadkari

Sunday, 24 September 2017 | IANS | Hyderabad
Exports of petrol, diesel cars can continue, hints Gadkari
Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday hinted that automobile industry could continue exports of petrol and diesel cars even as government will go ahead with its plan to transition India to...

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Gaurav Gill wins Round 3 of Indian National Rally Championship

Sunday, 24 September 2017 | IANS | Jaipur
Gaurav Gill wins Round 3 of Indian National Rally Championship
Two-time APRC champion Gaurav Gill asserted his supremacy in the MRF FMSCI Indian National Rally Championship 2017, comfortably winning four out of the six special stages to claim Round 3 here on a blistering Sunday. ...

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India Abroad

Indian man's sweet shop vandalised in Nepal

Sunday, 24 September 2017 | PTI | Kathmandu
Indian man's sweet shop vandalised in Nepal
A group of unidentified people vandalised an Indian national's sweet shop here. Around five people entered the Aangan Sweets shop at Gyaneshwor and smashed the glass covered showcase causing a damage of around Rs 500,000, police...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Multi-gene test found effective in predicting Alzheimer's disease

Sunday, 24 September 2017 | IANS | San Francisco
Multi-gene test found effective in predicting Alzheimer's disease
In a new test, a research team has found that combining the effects of over two dozen genetic variants help in predicting which cognitively normal older adults will go on to develop Alzheimer's dementia. The...

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‘Luxury is in our DNA’

‘Luxury is in our DNA’

Monday, 25 September 2017 | Mansi Bhansali

Panellists at Ritu Beri’s Luxury League conference discovered ways of making India a global brand. Mansi Bhansali listens in Which country could you think of better than India to talk about luxury? Having a heritage associated with maharajas, elephants, forts and jewels, India should be an epitome of luxury. But in aping the Western concept of luxury, quantified by branded extravagance, we have disregarded our monuments, craftsmanship and uniquely Indian experiences. In order to take into account the broader concept of...

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  • Our (BJP) politics is not for votes, our culture is different. In politics, people do only that task which yields votes, but our character is different. The nation is our top-most priority for us.
    Prime Minister | Narendra Modi
  • Yes we have left that (Dokalm episode) behind and are working together to take forward the bilateral relationship. India and China are working together.
    Chinese Consul General | Ma Zhanwu
  • I am a fantastic story teller. I narrate the character in the best way to my actors and they get interested. I ask them how the character would react to a particular situation.
    Film-maker | SS Rajamouli

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Panchatantra Author- Vishnusharma, Rohini Chowdhury Publisher- Puffin, Rs 299 The art of storytelling runs through generations and keeps one connected to the other. It is also means...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Mamata’s appeasement drive will be too costly

    Monday, 25 September 2017 | MC Joshi | Lucknow
    This refers to the editorial, “Costly appeasement” (September 23). West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee should blame none but herself for the huge embarrassment she brought to herself by issuing a totally arbitrary order banning Durga idol immersion on the Muharram day and shifting it to the next day. The...

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