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Not a model policy

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 Priyadarshi Dutta

Chilling reminder

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Point Counter Point

Congress threw Sitaram Kesri, someone from a Dalit and marginalised community, on the footpath to make way for Sonia Gandhi.

Prime Minister -Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi
Manish Tewari

Kesri was a Bania OBC from Bihar and not a DALIT. However, when has the Prime Minister allowed facts or truth to stand in the way?

- Congress leaderManish Tewari

Agenda

A silent revolution in Sri Lanka

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Sri Lanka owes it to Lalith Athulathmudali for its emergence as a nation of enlightenment. The farsighted policies initiated by him as the Education Minister...

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A Tropical paradise

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Pictures on a high swing against the blue of sea on Bali beaches and green of the rice terrace fields may be a rage with...

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A Bid For the Rashtra

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Mohan Bhagwat: Influencer-in-Chief Author : Kingshuk Nag Publisher :  Rupa, Rs 500 Kingshuk Nag charts the history behind the emergence of the key players in the 2019...

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Midterm setback to Trump’s ‘America First’

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Still the core constituency of the Republicans is just rattled and the battle for the next American Presidency might still be a tough task for...

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Kashmir : The answer is in the past

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Radha Kumar’s Paradise at War makes the various approaches to the Kashmir conflict accessible to lay readers. An edited excerpt: A Kashmiri political scientist once...

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Culture Lane

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Aretha’s famous outfits auctioned Aretha Franklin’s voice established her reputation as the queen of soul, but her style was the stuff of legend. Fans had the...

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Being Fearless

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Human beings spend their entire lives in constant fear of the unknown without realising that the soul’s knowledge is eternal, writes Sant Rajinder Singh Why do...

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Features

Pride of the Nation

Tuesday, 20 November 2018

India is back on track towards acknowledging its creative heritage as a specimen of luxury thanks to a movement by designer Ritu Beri. By Asmita...

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New drug may help treat peanut allergy: Study

Tuesday, 20 November 2018

A novel oral immunotherapy drug -- derived from peanut protein -- could help treat people who are allergic to the nut, a study has found. Controlled...

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Jazeera Airways to connect New Delhi with Kuwait from Dec

Tuesday, 20 November 2018

Kuwaiti private budget carrier Jazeera Airways Tuesday announced the launch of its services to New Delhi from next month as part of its plans to...

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Squirmish film around a child

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Pihu *ing: Myra Vishwakarma Rated: 4/10 What genre is this one? Horror? Not really though the entire film and the situation it puts a little child into makes...

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Talktime : ‘Put heart into everything you do’

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Sanjay Khan | Miracle man,who rose from death after 65 per cent third degree burns and 73 surgeries, the 77-year-old Khan talks to Sangeeta Yadav...

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Champion Rise from East

Sunday, 18 November 2018

HIMA DAS, the doughty athlete from the North-east, talks to HARSHIT BISHT about how she grew up with the dream of representing the nation and...

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Experiential learning

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Experiential learning is an emerging tool to fill skill gaps by upgrading skillsets in a modern workplace, says Ashish Gaikwad As the country is focused on...

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Scurrying man stuck in exit, dies with 3

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 | Staff Reporter

Four people, including two women, were killed and one injured in a fire incident at a laundry factory in Beedanpura area in Karol Bagh of national Capital on Monday after a solvent used for laundering clothes spilled out on the floor accidentally and caught fire, said police. People died after one...

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State’s loans to reach Rs 92K cr by year-end

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 | PNS

The total loan burden of the State Government was Rs 73,864.66 crore by end of 2017-18, and it is expected that the loan burden would reach Rs 91,943.68 crore by end of the current year, 2018-19.  Finance Minister Shashi Bhushan Behera informed this in the State Assembly in response to a...

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Rahul Gandhi has betrayed people of Amethi: Smriti

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 | PNS

  Bharatiya Janata Party launched a scathing attack on Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, accusing him of betraying the people of his Lok Sabha constituency Amethi. Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani stormed her political bete noire’s bastion accompanied by Union Minister of State Vijay Sanpla, Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, UP Energy Minister...

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Brig Chandpuri cremated

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 | PNS

The mortal remains of Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri (Retd), the hero of Longewala battle during the 1971 Indo-Pak war, were consigned to flames with State and military honours on Monday. A large number of civil and military dignitaries turned up to pay their last respects to Brig Chandpuri, an awardee of...

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Religious leaders urge Prez over Ram Mandir

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 | PNS

Raising the pitch for the construction of the Ram Temple at Ayodhya, the religious fraternity has demanded the President to issue a directive to the Centre to clear decks for the long-awaited construction. Assembling at Shyampur Gajiwali village on Monday, they declared that they would not wait any longer on the...

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14 polling teams leave in Chopper for red zones

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 | Staff Reporter

Some of the polling teams on Monday left by helicopter in the heavily insurgency-infested Gariaband district for polling centers located at Odh and Amamora regions , officials informed. A total of 14 teams alongwith Security Officer, Micro Observer and the polling team members boarded the helicopter at 9.15 am from Police...

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'Radical mistakes' of England tour will be cut down against Australia: Kohli

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 | PTI | Brisbane

India captain Virat Kohli Tuesday said his team made some "radical mistakes" during the disappointing tour of England and will look to ensure they are not repeated in the assignment against Australia. India will open the series against Australia with a three-match T20 International series here on Wednesday, followed by four Tests and three ODIs. India have been battling the tag of poor travellers and the 1-4 Test series loss to England earlier this year only added...

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Exotica

Much before Salman Khan, there was Dharmendra, who was the original He Man. But he also did path-breaking films like Satyakaam before he became an action hero. The actor talks about the industry which has given him dard and mohabbat, in equal measure.
From beer by the canal to doing nothing Amsterdam offers much to the young and restless traveller.
The picturesque French town of Yvoire is known for its flower-laden streets, medieval streets and an old chateau overlooking Lac Leman.

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