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Delhi Godmother’s run ends

Delhi Godmother’s run ends

Sunday, 19 August 2018 | Garen Warjri Panor | New Delhi

Mafia queen on way to retrieve assets runs into police trap The “Godmother” of organised crime, also addressed as the “Mother of Gangsters” and one of the most dreaded and wanted women criminals of the national Capital, sexagenarian Basiran, alias Mammi,...

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Rupee might stabilise at 68-69 a dollar: Garg

Saturday, 18 August 2018 | PTI | Kolkata
Rupee might stabilise at 68-69 a dollar: Garg
The rupee, which has taken a severe battering of late, is expected to stabilise at 68-69 per US dollar level riding on positive capital inflows this month, Economic Affairs Secretary Subhas Chandra Garg today said. The...

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India reach 189/3 at Tea on Day 1

Saturday, 18 August 2018 | PTI | Nottingham
India reach 189/3 at Tea on Day 1
India were 189 for three at tea on the opening day of the third Test against England at Trent Bridge. Both Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane notched up half centuries rebuilding the Indian innings. Brief scores: India...

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Over 1.28 lakh Indians pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Hajj

Saturday, 18 August 2018 | PTI | Jeddah
Over 1.28 lakh Indians pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Hajj
Over 1.28 lakh Indian pilgrims have reached Saudi Arabia to perform the annual Hajj pilgrimage, officials said. A total of 1,28,702 Indian pilgrims are facilitated by the government to undertake the pilgrimage through the Hajj Committee...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Brain tumours may occur in children with common genetic syndrome

Saturday, 18 August 2018 | IANS | New York
Brain tumours may occur in children with common genetic syndrome
Parents, please take note. The frequency of brain tumours has been underestimated in children with the common genetic syndrome -- neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), a new study has found. According to the researchers, this disorder is...

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Unlock the  rhythm within

Unlock the rhythm within

Saturday, 18 August 2018 | Ayushi Sharma

Singer-rapper Badshah brings musicians together to recreate old songs for his debut web series, Lockdown. By Ayushi Sharma A lot can happen when two musicians from different genres get locked in together. The result of this experiment that involved singer-rapper Badshah and Kailash Kher and many other performers was surprising, to say the least. A first-of-its-kind show Lockdown, produced by the rapper, who has given hits like DJ Waley Babu, Kala Chashma, Mercy and The Breakup Song, features the two...

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SOUND BITE

  • Who is he (Trump) to tell India? Who are you to say take (oil) from here, from there? Would the US President say what to buy and from where by interfering in India's sovereignty?
    AIMIM president | Asaduddin Owaisi
  • Looking at the present scene in the backgro-und music of our cinema, it will start looking much better once people know the importance of silence in music.
    Music composer | Salim Merchant
  • Inability to tackle emotions creates problems. Education needs to impart modern knowledge to children as well as the ability to deal with their emotions.
    Tibetan spiritual leader | Dalai Lama

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  • ‘Bringing change through Education’

    Raised from poverty and hunger, Dr Achyuta Samanta, the founder of KIIT and KISS, has dedicated his life towards eradicating...

  • Admissions Open

    Online courses While the role played by freedom fighters was of utmost importance in securing freedom, role of our defense personnel,...

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What's in a name?

APEX HIDES THE HURT Author : Colson Whitehead Publisher: Fleet, Rs 599 A ‘nomenclature consultant’ is hired to give a town a new name. The idea is...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • India needs a leader bereft of personal ambitions

    Saturday, 18 August 2018 | BP Srivastava | Noida
    This refers to the editorial, “India at 72” (August 15). The editorial critically analysed the state of affairs of India, which as correctly said, will condemn us to another seven decades of under achievement. The reasons for such state of affairs are not too far to seek. The first is...

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