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International seminar to mark Tagore's Nobel centenary
International seminar to mark TagoreR...

International seminar to mark Tagore’s Nobel centenary

Kolkata – The eastern metropolis is hosting music scholars from seven countries along with international musicians as part of Rabindra Bharati University’s celebrations to mark the centenary of poet Rabindranath Tagore’s Nobel prize. Christened ‘International Seminar on... read more »

Parrikar likes to read in loo, be it even on Mahabharata
Parrikar likes to read in loo, be it eve...

Parrikar likes to read in loo, be it even on Mahabharata

Panaji – Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar likes reading in the loo, even if the book is based on an epic, like the Mahabharata. Speaking at a book release function in Panaji, Parrikar said that Maratha King Shivaji was his ideal and that he always tried following his tenets, even though... read more »

Remove make-up with care
Remove make-up with care

Remove make-up with care

New Delhi – Pop colours can brighten up your face, but to improve your skin ensure that you clean it with mild face wash once you get back home from your outings. Makeover expert Aashmeen Munjaal shares how to go gentle on skin after exposing it to a heavy dose of make-up: – Wash your... read more »

Aleph to publish 'A Suitable Boy' sequel
Aleph to publish ‘A Suitable Boy&#...

Aleph to publish ‘A Suitable Boy’ sequel

New Delhi – Aleph Book Company has acquired publishing rights of Vikram Seth’s much-awaited “A Suitable Girl”, sequel to the 1993 bestseller “A Suitable Boy”. The novel is set for release 2016. Aleph will also be publishing the 20th anniversary edition of... read more »

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By Arun Kumar Washington – An independent, bipartisan federal agency has asked the US defence leadership to explain why Sikh Americans wearing beards and turbans are not allowed to... read more »

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New legislation for disabled to be finalised soon: Selja

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New Delhi – The new draft legislation for people with disability is in the last stage of finalisation, Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Kumari Selja said here... read more »

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Kolkata – Youngsters here will be encouraged to use art to campaign for the environment, courtesy a new venture launched Monday. Initiated by Nokia India and German Society for... read more »

Is China going to eat up the whole world?

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The most obvious one is to use weapons and armies, kill the enemy and damage their property. The other one is to damage their crops and make them die of hunger. Many countries have thought of... read more »