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Himachal Pradesh's popular tourist destinations Shimla and Manali received rainfall on Friday, pushing down the temperatures by several notches. ...

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Bihar joined the states that have banned liquor, with newly elected Chief Minister Nitish Kumar prohibiting sale and consumption of alcohol from April 1, 2016....

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Driver Pradeep Shukla who fled with Rs 22.5 crore in a bank's cash van was arrested early Friday, police said. All the money was found, except for Rs 11,000. ...

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'Secular' most misused word in India: Rajnath Singh's remarks in Parliament spark row

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Union minister Rajnath Singh sparred with the opposition Congress today over the word 'secularism' during a special discussion in Parliament on the Constitution as the winter session began....

India's Constitution a ray of hope, debate soul of Parliament: PM Narendra Modi

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On the occasion of India's first Constitution Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the document is a ray of hope for the country....

Media in India has always supported freedom of individuals to speak out their conviction: Prez Pranab

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President Pranab Mukherjee received today the first copy of english version of the book 'The Eighth Ring', the autobiography of late K M Mathew, former Editor and Publisher of Malayala Mano...

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Italy, France urge 'broad coalition' against Islamic State

by : FnF Desk

Italian Premier Matteo Renzi and French President Francois Hollande called on world powers to intensify the fight against the Islamic State (IS) with the aim of eliminating the terrorist group. '...

China's peace commitment unchanged after military overhaul

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China's plan to reorganise the current military administration structure and command system, will not affect the country's peace commitment and defence policy, an official said on Friday. De...

India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable Agni-I missile

by : FnF Defence Correspondent

India on Friday successfully test-fired indigenously built nuclear-capable Agni-I missile, capable of hitting a target at a distance of 700 kms, from a test range off the Odisha coast as part of Stra...


India shows highest growth in cross border shopping: PayPal report

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Indians are growing accustomed to cross-border shopping and the country showed the highest growth in all key countries stated a report released by PayPal. "Most shoppers are evolved and the average sp...

'Women entrepreneurs more celebrated than men'

by : Somrita ghosh

Women entrepreneurs are more celebrated than male entrepreneurs. One may not hear the name of men entrepreneurs having a new start-up but the news of women having a start-up spreads rapidly...

E-commerce start-ups scout for artisans at IITF 2015

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The India International Trade Fair (IITF), which attracts thousands of participants from all across the world and millions of visitors every year, has caught the fancy of e-commerce start-ups....

Human Interest

'Toxic waste at Bhopal gas tragedy site worrisome'

by : Sandip Pauranik

Thousands of tonnes of toxic chemical waste, remnants of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy in which over 3,000 people were killed, is still dangerously polluting the area, an expert has warned. Satneesh Sha...

Demolishing the differentiation risk of climate terrorism in Paris

by : Rajendra Shende

As the world approaches the beginning of the much awaited climate summit in Paris, the trail and trajectory of recent and potential terrorist attacks are looming large.The climate summit too is threat...

Kasturi restaurant: Guwahatians tryst with Dhakai Cuisine

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Most of the towns in Assam and other states in the region have several restaurants of different sizes and scales serving Bengali cuisine. Dhakai Bengali cuisine, the quintessential recipes of East Ben...


Jazz Utsav 2015 to celebrate the Past, Present and Future of Jazz

by : Jack Thomas

Capital Jazz, in collaboration with Teamwork Arts, presents Jazz Utsav 2015, a 2 day festival featuring the best known Jazz artistes from India and across the globe, on the 5th and 6th December 2015 a...

Cinema has no boundaries: MoS IB Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

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Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting said that Cinema is a powerful medium of communication and entertainment and the Government's world over had recog...

Would love going to Pakistan to promote girl child education: Kareena Kapoor

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Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor has said that she would love to go to Pakistan to promote the education of the girl child. According to several reports, the percentage of the girl child's educat...


Turn a summer dress into a winter skirt

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Turn a summer dress into a winter skirt by putting on a complementing pullover or cardigan or layer your cotton and floral tops with cardigans and plain jackets to winterise your summer wardrobe, says...

Odisha's tribal women uphold age-old self-reliance

by : Chinmaya Dehury

Every day, over 100 women in colourful attire are seen selling forest products, fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers in Jeypore town, the sub-divisional headquarters and nerve-centre of Koraput distri...

Feeling drained? Try these DIY massage tips for instant energy!

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Isn't the feeling of someone giving you a massage one of the best feelings ever? If you feel the same way, this one's for you!A fast-paced life, as is symbolic of the 21st century, comes pac...

Editor's Blog

The malady of exposing a journalist on your own

by : Priti Prakash

A journalist's contribution to the service of the nation is no less than a soldier. Believe you me i...

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Car Free Day in Gurgaon: A perspective from Mahatma Gandhi

by : Satya Narayan Sahu

Proliferation of cars in our towns and cities has caused unending problems such as pollution of air,...

Conduct Rules for whom?

by : Rajeshwar Singal

This may sound like a dilemma, but it is not far from truth. Conduct Rules are meant to govern condu...

From basic needs to infrastructure, governance matters

by : Sunita Narain

We first need to recognise that India and countries like ours have to find new technical solutions a...

Common Man and Judicial System

by : Ravi Kishore

Today every one is talking about judicial accountability i.e. how the whole system of judiciary is t...