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Relentless efforts paid off: Army

Relentless efforts paid off: Army

Monday, 20 November 2017 | Khursheed Wani | Srinagar

A day after six Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT) terrorists were gunned down in north Kashmir’s Hajin area, top security force officers in Kashmir said the ‘relentless focus’ on security operation has led to elimination of hardcore terrorists and brought remarkable changes...

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M&M for expanding footprint in Rs 1,000-cr e-rickshaw market

Monday, 20 November 2017 | PTI | Kolkata
M&M for expanding footprint in Rs 1,000-cr e-rickshaw market
Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) today said it will expand its footprint across major cities in the country to penetrate deeper into the e-rickshaw market which is estimated at Rs 1,000 crore annually. "We have launched e-Alfa...

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Don't want to compare Sachin with Virat: Ganguly

Monday, 20 November 2017 | IANS | Kolkata
Don't want to compare Sachin with Virat: Ganguly
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Monday did not want to compare Virat Kohli with batting great Sachin Tendulkar, saying the current team captain will score many more hundreds like the one at Eden Gardens...

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India Abroad

Indian-origin female officer jailed for maid abuse in Singapore

Monday, 20 November 2017 | IANS | Singapore
Indian-origin female officer jailed for maid abuse in Singapore
An Indian-origin former army Warrant Officer was sentenced to four months and three weeks in jail on Monday for abusing and beating her Indian maid. K. Rajakumari, 57, repeatedly abused her maid in 2012,...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Blood test may prevent liver damage due to paracetamol overdose

Monday, 20 November 2017 | IANS | London
Blood test may prevent liver damage due to paracetamol overdose
A blood test may help people who overdose on paracetamol as it shows quickly if they are at risk of suffering liver damage, says a study. The test - which detects levels of specific molecules...

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Wake-up call

Wake-up call

Monday, 20 November 2017 | Saimi Sattar

Neel Madhab Panda’s Kadvi Hawa is the first Indian movie on climate change and deals with the subject in an entertaining manner. By Saimi Sattar The first movie on climate change became the casualty of environment. The screening of Kadvi Hawa, at an open space at World Health Organisation headquarters on Friday was cancelled and shifted to the enclosed environs of a cinema hall. And herein lies the relevance of the movie directed by Neel Madhab Panda, best known for...

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SOUND BITE

  • After destroying India's economy, the Modi Government is clutching at straws to claim lost credibility. Modiji and Moody's 'Jodi' have failed.
    Congress spokesperson | Randeep S Surjewala
  • The best part about my journey is that I have got more and more love, continuing love for Gauahar Khan, the personality than Gauahar Khan the actor.
    Actress | Gauahar Khan
  • Modi is the only world statesman to stand up to China's Belt and Road Initiative. He and his team have been outspoken, partly because the BRI includes violation of Indian sovereign claims.
    American expert on China | Michael Pillsbury

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    IRMASAT The Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA) will be conducting Institute of Rural Management Anand Social Awareness Test...

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Dalit Paradigm Author : Priti Nath Saxena Publisher : Rawat Pubns Price : Rs 595 Readers will find in this book the basics for understanding Dalits...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • India’s ailing health sector needs medicine

    Monday, 20 November 2017 | Sujit De | Kolkata
    This refers to the editorial, “One size won't fit all” (November 16). It is a matter of grave concern that India's healthcare spending is only 1.3 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) when the global average for countries is about six per cent. It is a fact that...

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