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Friday, 21 Jul 2017 | Pioneer

Richa on TV with Queens of Comedy One of the most versatile actors of Bollywood, who has given us several iconic characters, Richa Chadha is all set to reveal a brand new side of her personality. It was recently reported that Richa will soon be taking to the stage for a stand-up...

Gear up twins!

Friday, 21 Jul 2017 | Mansi Bhansali

The one half of angry twins, Raghu Ram doesn’t have a softer side, discovers Mansi Bhansali Reality shows nowadays are increasing exponentially and new concepts keep on being added to the genre. The best-known Indian twins, Raghu Ram and Rajiv Laxman in association with Zee TV are bringing India’s Best Judwa,...

Cult fest of ideas

Friday, 21 Jul 2017 | Saimi Sattar

Environmental conservation, natural history, leadership, entrepreneurship, spirituality and the global evolution of textiles and design traditions will be the focus of the Mountain Echoes lit fest in Bhutan. By Saimi Sattar In the sylvan vales of Bhutan, and far away from any contexts, controversies and correctness, writers, biographers,...

Of food, people and jinns

Friday, 21 Jul 2017 | PNS

The launch of Sadia Dehlvi’s memoir cum cookbook was a nostalgia trip through Delhi, says Saimi Sattai Sunday mornings started with Nihari (a mutton dish, cooked overnight) from Kali Masjid and Khamiri roti from Nikke. A dastarkhwan was spread out in the verandah and an angithi was set...

Sizzle in the rain

Friday, 21 Jul 2017 | Mansi Bhansali

Delectable pakodas, piping hot tea have an indivisible bond with monsoons, says Mansi Bhansali The pitter patter of raindrops immediately conjures up images of deep fried pakodas and tea. And Mister Chai taps into this craving with their special Monsoon menu. The menu at the restaurant is limited to traditional Indian...

A big Bruiser

Friday, 21 Jul 2017 | Kushan Mitra

Isuzu's mu-X is not the most refined 4x4 out on the market but when it comes to its ability and price, it does seem compelling When you travel and have to select a hotel, most of us try to balance the books when it comes to choosing a room, a balance...

TV plunges to medieval low

Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 | Team Viva

After child bride, it is a child groom’s marriage to an adult that is being portrayed as an emotional fairytale. Team Viva pans Pehredaar Piya Ki In the busy mall square of Noida, buzzing with new aspirations and shopping fervour, unfurls a banner hoarding depicting a young boy, of not more...

Ironman is back with Pinkathon

Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 | Mansi Bhansali

Running helps Milind Soman focus on positive energy, says Mansi Bhansali The original ‘Made in India’ man was in town and this time around he was batting for women. Ironman Milind Soman, a fitness freak, is the founder of Pinkathon, a marathon exclusively for women. He said, “It is for every...

He has the moves

Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 | Angela Paljor

Tiger Shroff reminisces about MJ’s steps that inspired him to become a dance icon. By Angela Paljor The senior Shroff had two left feet. But it is in dancing that the son, is making a mark. “I am running out of moves now,” says actor Tiger Shroff who is all set...

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Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 | Pioneer

No permit to shoot in J&K Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal’s upcoming movie, Raazi is set to be directed by Meghna Gulzar. Based on Harinder Sikka's bestselling novel, Calling Sehmat, the film revolves around a Kashmiri spy (Alia Bhatt) who gets married to a Pakistani Army Officer (Vicky Kaushal). And taking...



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Of 4,862 large dams, only 349 have emergency disaster action plans: CAG

23 Jul 2017 | IANS | New Delhi

Only 349 of 4,862 India's large dams have emergency disaster action plans in place, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India's performance report on flood control and management schemes of the Water Resources Ministry has revealed. "Out of 4,862 large dams, emergency action plans or disaster management plans of only 349 dams, which is seven per cent, were prepared (March 2016)...

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Minister offers Rs 50K to RIMS laxity victim

25 Jul 2017 | PNS | ranchi

Health, Medical Education and Family Planning Department Minister Ramchandra Chandravanshi offered Gudia Bai a monetary assistance of Rs 50,000 in his personal capacity on Monday and pledged the best available medical treatment to her apart from grant of Rs 12,000 for a toilet at his home after he visited to Sadar Hospital to see the ailing lady under treatment. Chandravanshi also said that the doctor in RIMS had already been suspended...

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