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Addressing a programme of All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called upon them to look beyond the domestic market....

by : FnF Correspondent

An Indian artist in Paris - an Indian artist who decided he would explore the rudiments of plastic art, a gentleman who was subtle and every bit an arts connoisseur, a vo...

by : Uma Nair

Three Chinese journalists representing the state-run Xinhua news agency have been denied permission to stay on in India....

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National

Attacks on Dalits leave Modi govt wounded, nervous BJP deploys seniors

by : FnF Desk

A united opposition launched a frontal attack on BJP over what they said were growing attacks on Dalits and other sections, saying a 'Taliban-like attitude' was prevailing in some parts of t...

FIR against Mayawati, BJP in offensive mode now, demands apology

by : FnF Correspondent

With an FIR being lodged against BSP chief Mayawati by the wife of the UP BJP leader who had slandered the Dalit icon, the unseemly episode seems far from abating. Interestingly, the BJP is also prepa...

I tried to run away from the reality in Kashmir, but failed

by : Ruwa Shah

It has been exactly a week since I landed back to peace - after my return from the burning paradise, Kashmir. From on board the plane, I overlooked my beautiful homeland where mountains stood naked wi...

World

Now Germany targeted: Gunman kills 9 before committing suicide in Munich Mall

by : FnF Desk

A gunman carried out a shooting rampage Friday in a busy shopping area of Munich, killing at least nine people and wounding several others in an act of "suspected terrorism" before he committed suicid...

Mexico and India join forces for Science and Technology

by : FnF Correspondent

The Indo-Mexican Committee on Science and Technology was held in Mexico City to evaluate ongoing actions of cooperation as well as new mechanisms to strengthen the bilateral relation, including strate...

India, Pakistan in diplomatic war on Kashmir, China muddies waters

by : FnF Desk

India and Pakistan have returned to fight on Kashmir on the diplomatic turf, with China also muddying waters, dropping its usual reticence and unilaterally commenting on the violence in the region. ...

Business

Ayush hospital in every district soon

by : FnF Correspondent

The government is planning to have an Ayush hospital and a Yoga Wellness Centre in every district and has sought proposals from various state governments in this regard. ...

World's fastest-growing economy lags most South Asian neighbours

by : Chaitanya Mallapur

The world's fastest-growing economy, on course to become the world's third largest by 2030 with a gross domestic product (GDP) of $7.3 trillion, India continues to trail smaller South Asian ...

Kerala Tourism's marketing campaigns fetch it PATA awards

by : FnF Desk

Kerala Tourism secured two Gold Awards at the prestigious Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) awards in recognition of its trendsetting marketing initiatives, said state Tourism Minister AC Moideen...

Others

Korean Cultural Centre, India Organized Dream Project 2016

by : FnF Correspondent

Korean Cultural Centre, India in collaboration with Korean National University of Arts and Ministry of Foreign Affairs organized 'Dream Project 2016' at KCCI, Lajpat Nagar. ...

Heard of snail dish for dinner! New delicacy in South

by : FnF Correspondent

A new delicacy on dining tables in Kerala could well be African snails, millions of which have invaded many areas of the state. At a meeting called here last week to tackle the menace of African snail...

On a day I am fit, I can defeat anyone: Saina Nehwal

by : FnF Desk

India's premier badminton star Saina Nehwal believes that her in-born go-getter attitude will help her overcome opponents, a couple of nagging injuries and pressure of expectations as she bids to...

Entertainment

My dad wanted me to be a cricketer: Salman Khan

by : FnF Correspondent

Superstar Salman Khan says his father Salim Khan wanted to see him play cricket for the country. Salman, who played a wrestler in his latest film "Sultan", said former Indian cricketer Salim Durani wa...

Amitabh, Rekha emerge as India's most searched 'classic actors'

by : FnF Desk

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan and evergreen actress Rekha, who have famously co-starred in films like 'Silsila' and "Mr. Natwarlal", have landed top spots in a list of 'Classic Actors'...

Cinema is always telling lies: Priyadarshan

by : Sanu George

"Cinema is always telling lies and how you convince people. I will attribute my success because I told lies quite well and was able to convince the audience," the 59-year-old film director Priyadarsha...

Human Interest

Ethics, moral science must be taught in schools

by : Anil K Rajvanshi

In the recent past a theft of a camera, an iPod and cash took place in my younger daughter's house in rural Maharashtra. The finger of suspicion fell on a Class 8 student from a good local school...

Lines between journalism and PR are blurring, says media veteran

by : Deepak Goel

Journalism and Public Relations may have come a long way since the days of the town-criers. But the professionals in these respective fields have kept re-inventing themselves with the changing times, ...

How a protein can cause blindness in diabetics

by : FnF Desk

The study, reported in the journal PLOS Computational Biology, could also lead to better treatment for diabetic retinopathy, which currently requires multiple, invasive procedures that are not always ...

Editor's Blog

NSG and Foreign Policy: Diplomacy works

by : Priti Prakash

India exhausted all its diplomatic energies to get into NSG although, the forebodings say sooner or ...

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Bloggers Spot

Himalayan Quietness needed for practicing Yoga

by : Satya Narayan Sahu

What is Yoga? Is it confined to some Asanas or regulation of breath? The answer is no. Yoga means a ...

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...

Dengue or crop failure, concern of climate alert

by : Sunita Narain

What does farmer's despair over crop failure have in common with dengue fever, which is ravaging Del...

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...

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