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Manual scavengers’ death shames Delhi

Manual scavengers’ death shames Delhi

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 | Rahiba R Parveen | New Delhi

Delhi has a reason to hang its head in shame as manual scavenging death toll reached 10 in the national Capital. Though prohibited by the Supreme Court in a 2014 order, manual scavenging continues to flourish right under the apex court’s...

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Delhi Government approves construction of 5,012 EWS houses

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 | IANS | NEW DELHI
Delhi Government approves construction of 5,012 EWS houses
The Delhi government on Tuesday approved construction of 5,012 houses for the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) at three locations at an estimated cost of Rs 654 crore. The decision was taken at a meeting of the...

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Jhajharia, Sardar to get Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 | IANS | New Delhi
Jhajharia, Sardar to get Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna
Paralympics double gold medallist and world record holder Devendra Jhajharia has been named as the recipient of this year's Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award along with former India hockey team captain Sardar Singh. Jhajharia won gold...

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India Abroad

China rejects Rajnath's hope of early solution

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 | PTI | Beijing
China rejects Rajnath's hope of early solution
China said today that the only way to end the standoff in Doklam was for India to unconditionally withdraw its troops from the area, a day after Home Minister Rajnath Singh hoped Beijing would soon...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Here's why you tend to be less alert during afternoon

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 | IANS | Sydney
Here's why you tend to be less alert during afternoon
Do you find yourself grumpy and less alert in the afternoon hours as opposed to the morning hours? It is because your brain expects a reward, while activation is greater in the morning and evening...

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New grammar for bridal couture

New grammar for bridal couture

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 | Angela Paljor

Getting married? Designers Rohit Bal, Anju Modi and PAYAL JAIN share what’s trending this season with Angela Paljor Can you remember wedding parties that you attend year after year? Apart from the hazy dinners overflowing with wine and a traditional Indian twist of tandoori chicken and sophisticated salmon, you do recall how the bride and groom looked and what they wore. The Indian Wedding Show 2017, spread over the weekend, gave an insight into the continuity of tradition through modern reinterpretaions....

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SOUND BITE

  • There is a deadlock at Dokalam between India and China. I believe there will be a solution soon. I hope China will undertake a positive initiative (to resolve the stand-off).
    Union Home Minister | Rajnath Singh
  • I don't think Salman is looking at what numbers Shah Rukh Khan's film did and vice versa. They all are superstars in their own space.
    Director | Kabir Khan
  • Steps will soon be taken to remove AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala by convening the general council meeting.
    Rajya Sabha MP | R Vaithilingam

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  • Overseas portfolio

    ADARSH KHANDELWAL lists down pros and cons of undergrad courses in different countries USA The US is by far the most popular...

  • How to market your business

    Now that young & fresh enterpreneurs are budding on the career graph, here is a look at ways to increase...

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Loyal Stalkers Author- Chhimi Tenduf-La Publisher-PanMacmillan, Rs 499 Author Chhimi Tenduf-la tells ANANYA BORGOHAIN about how he prefers dialogue to description in his stories, never facing writer’s block,...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Vishal Sikka's exit has lessons for job seekers

    Tuesday, 22 August 2017 | JS Acharya | Hyderabad
    This refers to the editorial, “The promoter problem” (August 19). Infosys has been one of the most successful stories among the Indian technological ventures. The founders of the tech giant, headquartered in Bengaluru, have lent their support to the startup ecosystem. But now, Vishal Sikka, the beleaguered 50-year-old former Chief...

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