• The God-Fathers: The story of Sarfaraz Khan’s father

    Sarfaraz Khan was right though. On the face of it, Arjun Tendulkar was of course more fortunate than many others. For, he ran back almost immediately, wrapped himself around Naushad and said as an instantaneous afterthought, “Abbu main usse zyaada naseebwala hoon.

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  • Make in India week: Rs 15,000-crore JICA loan for trans-harbour link

    The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has agreed to loan Rs 15,000 crore, about 86 percent of the total estimated cost of the showpiece Sewri-Nhava Sheva Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, the cost of which has ballooned by nearly 60 percent to over Rs 17,000 crore. On the sidelines of the inaugural

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  • Finally, a snoring fix that beats CPAP

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  • Raghu Dixit Project mesmerises Udaipur at World Music Fest

    Performing at Day One of the maiden edition of the World Music Festival here The Raghu Dixit Project literally brought the packed audience at the dusty railway training institute ground at their feet. Known for his charismatic stage presence, Raghu Dixit, the band's frontman, welcomed the audience

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  • The God-Fathers: The story of Armaan Jaffer’s father

    It was the dream of their father, a bus driver who loved the game, that one day his second son Kaleem would make it big. Forced by financial difficulties, Kaleem gave up that dream but promised his father that he would make Wasim Jaffer, the youngest of the four brothers, play for India. Years later

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  • Make in India week: Maharashtra bags Rs 62,000 cr investment on Day 1

    Maharashtra bagged investments worth Rs 62,000 crore on the first day of the Make in India Week in Mumbai on Saturday, with Chief Minister Devendra fadnavis showcasing the industrial state and its huge business potential. The government of Maharashtra signed MoUs with three big companies in presence

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  • At girgaum chowpatty: Horses, history, Bollywood on state’s big night

    A giant screen, almost 120 feet by 20 feet, with the map of Maharashtra on it, occupies centrestage on the elevated platform where performances will be held on Sunday night at Girgaum Chowpatty, as part of the Maharashtra Night cultural event in the ongoing Make in India Week. On the Maharashtra map

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  • Make in India week: Putting design at the heart of manufacturing

    As business leaders and investors descend on Mumbai for the Make In India Week, among the talking points is how a better design culture can be nurtured to enable growth of the manufacturing sector in India. This conversation is being led by the India Design Forum (IDF) 2016 which, in its third edition

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  • Make in India: Number of registered Muslim-owned units fall

    Businessmen feel that rather than going through the rigmarole of documentation and end up with no benefits, it is better if they do not register themselves,” Aamir Idrisi, President of the Association of Muslim Professionals, said. Muslim representation in the unorganised MSMEs, which is around 2-crore

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  • No mention of Abu Jundal in David Headley deposition

    27 hours in five days this week, one name remained missing — the very reason David Coleman Headley had been ordered to attend an Indian court via video link from an undisclosed location 12 hours behind IST. The crucial moment for Mumbai Police, who needed Headley to recognise Ansari’s voice, came when

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  • Once upon a time: How Mumbai watched films before cinema halls were built — in tents

    The first film screening in India was held in the iconic Watson Hotel on July 7, 1896. Tickets were priced at one rupee, so the audience was inevitably an uncompromising selection of Mumbai’s rich and elite, but the very existence of the cinématographe excited every breathing soul in Bombay. For years

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  • Snoring can cause health and relationship issues.

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  • World focus has shifted to India from China: Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven

    With Sweden already having 160 enterprises across India, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said at the ‘Make in India’ conference on Saturday that his country has long-lasting relations with India, and that Sweden is here for the long term. Outlining great potential for cooperation with India, the

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  • On-tap issue of bank licences soon; need more competition, says Raghuram Rajan

    Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram G Rajan on Saturday said the central bank will soon begin on-tap issuance of bank licences. Delivering a lecture on financial sector reforms in India in Kochi, Rajan said public sector bank boards would soon be professionalised to create capacity for better risk

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  • Rs 3,342 crore loss: BoB reports biggest loss in banking history

    Adding to the increasing pain of the banking sector, public sector Bank of Baroda has come out with the worst set of quarterly numbers reflecting the poor asset quality of PSU banks. The bank posted a quarterly net loss of Rs 3,342 crore, the largest loss by a bank in the Indian banking history, as

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  • Namazis taken to Bhojshala rooftop via ‘secret’ ladder

    The administration had moved nearly two dozen Muslims in the adjoining dargah in the night, much before the 1 pm to 3 pm schedule fixed by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) for Friday prayers at the disputed shrine. The chosen Muslims were taken to the rooftop of Bhojshala before 1 pm by a ladder

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  • Muslim Spelling Bee set to make debut in India

    Muslim Spelling Bee, a word based competition which began in the United States to cater to Muslim students, is set to make an entry in India. The initiative was started in 2011 by 40-year-old Tausif Malik, an Indian American who decided to start a community based competition after noticing the low level

    • The Indian Express
  • JNU protests: Manohar Lal Khattar ex-OSD’s tweet draws flak

    JAWAHAR YADAV, former Officer on Special Duty (OSD) to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, in a tweet Saturday termed prostitutes as being “better” than protesting women students at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. The tweet came in for sharp criticism, following which Yadav

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  • US decision to sell F-16 aircraft to Pakistan disappointing, says India

    With the US administration deciding to sell eight nuclear-capable F-16 fighter jets worth nearly USD 700 million to Pakistan, India on Saturday summoned US Ambassador Richard Verma and conveyed its “displeasure and disappointment” over Obama administration’s move. Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar summoned

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  • Gangster threatened to kill Syed Ali Shah Geelani: Hurriyat

    Gangster Ravi Pujari has allegedly called up the Hurriyat Conference office here and threatened to kill its chief Syed Ali Shah Geelani. “The gangster named Ravi Pujari called on a landline number of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat head office at Hyderpora (Srinagar) around 8.45 Friday evening,” Hurriyat spokesperson

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  • Jharkhand Mukti Morcha leader shot dead in Khunti, party unit calls for bandh

    A member of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) Central Committee, Jidan Horo, was shot dead allegedly by unidentified assailants in Khunti district on Friday evening. The Khunti district committee of JMM had given a bandh call for Saturday. The police said nobody has been named in the FIR, but attack

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  • Idea Exchange: We’re being trained to watch bad films, says Adoor Gopalakrishnan

    Regarded as the pioneer of the ‘new wave cinema’ movement and the film society movement in Kerala, Adoor Gopalakrishnan has made 11 feature films and 30 short films and documentaries. SHUBHRA GUPTA: When you visit Delhi and other parts of north India, do you feel that the audience here is now more receptive

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  • The pleasure is also hers

    Time and money, two of life’s precious luxuries, are clearly a pre-requisite for a life lived according to the Kama Sutra. From arranging flowers to picking fruits, watching sunsets to reading poetry, there is no aspect of the sensual life that was left uncovered by the Kama Sutra. In contemporary

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  • Unchained Matrimony

    Yes, Sister Philomena, this is the new India, and sorry about all the effort you took in convent school. This is a very different India from what is projected in our newspapers and soap operas. A very different India from what the religious fundamentalists go on about.

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  • Can a meteorite kill you?

    WHAT IS A METEORITE? A small natural object (smaller than a minor planet) is considered a meteoroid when it is outside the Earth’s atmosphere, a meteor when it is in the Earth’s atmosphere, and a meteorite if the object (or pieces of it) survives the entry through the atmosphere to land on Earth’s surface

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  • Hold me, thrill me, kiss me, kill me

    If anything, Crime & Detective pales in comparison to its sister publication Madhur Kathaye, the Hindi magazine that began in 1984, and which remains Nai Sadi Prakashan’s most reliable performer. “For our readers, it is a habit, almost like an addiction,” says Shailabh Rawat, the 58-year-old editorial

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  • An atlas of impossible longing

    Ek Duje Ke Liye (1981) was a powerful film. For the first time in Hindi cinema, lovers surmount the language barrier and end up sacrificing their lives for an idea of a great India that is often a loud, empty boast. Rati Agnihotri and Kamal Hasan, playing that couple, can still make you cry.

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  • We learn to imagine love through cinema: Ravish Kumar

    हर कोई इश्क़ में नहीं होता है और न हर किसी में इश्क़ करने का साहस होता है । हमारे देश में ज़्यादातर लोग कल्पनाओं में इश्क़ करते हैं । मुझे बाकी मुल्कों का पता नहीं लेकिन भारत में इश्क करना अनगिनत सामाजिक धार्मिक धारणाओं से जंग लड़ना होता है । मोहब्बत हमारे घरों के भीतर प्रतिबंधित विषय है । कितने माँ

    • The Indian Express
  • Snoring is worse for your health than you think.

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  • From the lab- Retinal damage and blindness: can we learn from zebra fish?

    Zebra fish, for example, can regenerate every part of its body, including brain and heart. In higher order vertebrates including human beings, this ability is extremely limited. Humans can only regenerate their skin and, to some extent, their liver after damage.

    • The Indian Express
  • Reverse Swing: Modi is not Trump, Trump is not Modi

    Narendra Modi, we’re being told in a glib new outbreak of ‘pundit-itis’, is just like Donald Trump, the flashy, proto-fascist American huckster who’s mouthing his way to the presidential nomination of the Republican Party. Trump is only the latest ‘strongman’ with whom Modi has drawn comparison. Remember

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  • Sunday story: ‘The others’ in nothern Bengaluru’s village turned student hub

    As the sun sinks into the evening sky, in Soladevanahalli, a neighbourhood near Dasarahalli on the northern fringe of Bengaluru, half a dozen employees of Ambari Retail liquor store are crowding around two young African women at the cash counter. The two women are students of one of the dozen colleges

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  • Fifth Column: Losing time in Kashmir

    If there is one Indian state in which we cannot afford to have a government in suspended animation, it is the state of Jammu & Kashmir. The reason for this indecision is his daughter, and I hope that by the time you read this, Mehbooba Mufti will have made up her mind. If Mehbooba thinks this kind

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  • Make in India Week: Seize the opportunity, don’t wait, says PM to India Inc, global investors

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi wooed global investors Saturday by highlighting India’s growth story and promising policy reforms to make business easier, including a transparent tax regime. “Come, make India your workplace. This is the best time ever to be in India and it’s even better to Make in India

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  • Bhojshala on Basant Panchami, the day after locals attack RSS office, leaders’ houses

    A day after they claimed victory for praying inside the Bhojshala-Kamal Maula mosque during the time meant for namaz, houses of leaders of Bhoj Utsav Samiti (BUS), which spearheads the movement to liberate the disputed structure, and the RSS office were stoned on Saturday by angry Hindu activists, who

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  • Out of my mind: The right way for India

    Few people noticed that the Centre for Civil Society (CCS) was the only Indian think tank to make it in the top 100, coming 79th. The CCS has been championing free market economics, and the ideas of libertarians such as Friedrich Hayek. India has no libertarian political party.

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  • NETAS FLOCKTO BATTLEFIELD J NU

    A DAY after the Delhi Police slapped sedition charges on Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar, the JNU campus turned into a gladiatorial political arena on Saturday. Congress vice- president Rahul Gandhi came calling on students agitating for Kumar’s release. Rightwing

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  • Indian footballers struggle to bag overseas deals

    LONG before India’s iconic footballer Bhaichung Bhutia signed up for English club Bury in 1999, Mohammed Salim had experienced what it is like to play for an overseas club when Scottish club Celtic Football Club took him on board in 1936. Sunil Chhetri joined an American Major Soccer club Sporting Kansala

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  • India can bag 10 medals in Rio Olympics

    EVER since the NDA government rolled out the ambitious Target Olympic Podium Scheme ( TOPS), athletes have complained about inordinate delay in the release of funds, multi- layered clearances and never- ending paperwork. With less than six months to go for the Rio Olympics, Sports Minister Sarbananda

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  • ‘ Unfair’ trials leave Pinki out of Rio qualifiers

    THE boxing selection trials have been a messy affair with no federation in place and Pinki Jangra recently had a first- hand experience of the politics involved. Pinki, whose rivalry with Mary Kom is well known, finds herself in the midst of a row related to India’s entry in the 51kg category for the

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  • Delhi police to probe whether teachers are shielding the accused

    WITH the Afzal Guru protest at the Jawaharlal Nehru University blowing into a major controversy, the Delhi Police is now probing the role of a few varsity teachers in the episode. Police sources said a section of varsity teachers was mounting pressure on the administration to shield the accused in and

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  • Parrikar orders nationwide security audit

    DEFENCE Minister Manohar Parrikar has constituted a fivemember inquiry committee headed by former Army vice-chief Lt General Philip Campose to probe the January 2 attacks on the Pathankot airbase. The Ministry of Defence notified the terms of the five-member commission of inquiry on February 8. The

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  • After discarding socialism as ‘western’, country losing its idealism of yore: Lord Meghnad Desai

    Making a strong comment on the decline of India as a nation that pursued idealism as compared to its heydays, renowned UK-based economist and politician of Gujarati origin- Lord Meghnad Desai on Saturday pitched for a return to its idealistic values, while speaking at the launch of a book here in Ahmedabad

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  • PM Narendra Modi at ‘Make in India Week’: 10 takeaways from his speech

    Kickstarting the 'Make in India Week' at MMRDA ground in Mumbai, PM Narendra Modi on Saturday spoke about how this was the best time to invest in India as the government carries out reforms, including setting up a company law tribunal and effective IPR regime. 1. We are working to make India

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  • Congress says ABVP activists attacked leader

    New Delhi, Feb 14 (IANS) The Congress party issued a statement condemning the attack on deputy leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma at a protest meet in JNU on Saturday evening. The party claimed that he was attacked by "ABVP goons". "Today is a black day for India's

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  • Entangled in net, two Asiatic lion cubs found dead in Gujarat

    Two cubs of Asiatic lions were killed after they allegedly got entangled in fishing net tied round an agricultural field to protect the crop from wild animals, in Nageshri village of Rajula taluka of Amreli on Saturday. Forest officers got a message that two lion cubs were lying dead on the agricultural

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  • No invite to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for India-Pakistan World T20 match: Anurag Thakur

    BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) has no plans to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the World T20 match between India and Pakistan. Prime Minister has so many important engagements during the month, besides the upcoming Parliament session,” he told

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  • '1982-A Love Marriage' cast visits college on Valentine's Day eve

    Mumbai, Feb 13 (IANS) The lead cast of upcoming romantic entertainer "1982-A Love Marriage", visited a college in Navi Mumbai on the eve of Valentine's Day to promote their film. Lead pair Amitkumar Sharma and Omna Harjani, along with co-actor Gaurav Kothari visited the Rajiv Gandhi College

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  • NPCI to launch RuPay credit card by July

    Bengaluru, Feb 13 (IANS) The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) on Saturday said it will launch a RuPay credit card by June or July this year. "By June or July we will rollout RuPay version of credit cards," said NPCI chairman M. Balachandran on the margins of a Unified Payment

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  • 500 orthopaedics discuss tackling ankle-foot injuries

    New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) Over 500 orthopaedics participated in a conference here aimed at improving medical treatment for ankle and foot injuries in India. Currently, over 50 percent of Indians having ankle or foot problems undergo surgery in hospitals of medically advanced Western countries as India

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  • AAP government's first year 'complete failure': BJP, Congress

    New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) As the AAP government in Delhi prepares to tell people about its achievements after completing one year in office on Sunday, the Congress and the BJP on Saturday termed the government's first year as "a year of complete failure and betrayal". Delhi Congress chief

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  • Ranchi Rays beat Wizards 6-0, book semi-final berth in HIL

    Ranchi, Feb 13 (IANS) Defending champions and league toppers Ranchi Rays on Saturday displayed their class, defeating Uttar Pradesh Wizards 6-0 in a Hockey India League encounter. With 32 points to their kitty from six win and three losses, the Rays are also the first team to have booked a semi-final

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  • South Asian Games: India to play Nepal in women's football final

    Shillong, Feb 13 (IANS) The Indian women's football team entered the final of the 12th South Asian Games by defeating Bangladesh 5-1 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here on Saturday. In the 2010 edition of the South Asian Games held in Dhaka, the Indian women led by Oinam Bembem Devi had defeated

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  • Modi's 'Make in India Week' speech: Highlights

    Following are the highlights of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech at the inauguration of 'Make in India Week' in Mumbai on Saturday. There are immense opportunities in India. ** Today's India is a four dimensional India.

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  • PM Narendra Modi’s clarion call: India is open for business

    When Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Make In India week in Mumbai on Saturday, he made a pitch to global captains of industry, one that full page advertisements in all the national dailies have declared this morning already: India is 'Open For Business', ready to turn into the world

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  • U-19 World Cup Final: Five India players to watch out for

    India U-19 started the tournament as favourites and rightly find a spot in the final of the 2016 U-19 World Cup. Whether it's the consistent run of Sarfaraz Khan or the bowling display by Avesh Khan, India have been a formidable unit so far. Rishabh Pant: An opener is expected to give the team

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  • Conducive environment waiting for investors in Jharkhand: CM

    Mumbai/Ranchi, Feb 13 (IANS) Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, inviting investors to his state, said on Saturday that a conducive environment for investment is awaiting industrialists and his government was ready to roll the red carpet for them. Speaking in 'Make in India' programme in

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  • 80 percent of elderly consider bone surgery non-recovering

    New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) Nearly 80 percent of senior citizens in India do not undergo bone surgery thinking they won't be able to recover post operation, say orthopaedics. "In India, old people are struggling with knee problems and limiting their lives to beds. According to doctors, 80 percent

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  • Opposition comes together against JNU crackdown, hits out at Modi govermment

    New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) The Congress, CPI-M, CPI and JD-U on Saturday came together to participate in a protest meet against the arrest of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar in a sedition case. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi accused the Narendra Modi government of trying to crush students' voices

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  • Rahul insulting nation by supporting anti-nationals: BJP

    New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) Hitting out at Rahul Gandhi for addressing a students's meet organised to protest against the police crackdown on the JNU campus and the arrest of the students' union president in a sedition case, the BJP on Saturday accused the Congress vice president of supporting &

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  • Maharashtra govt to allot land for Lalit Kala Akademi in Mumbai

    The Maharashtra government will allot land in Mumbai to set up a branch of the Union government's Lalit Kala Akademi to forge Mumbai's identity as not just the country's financial capital, but also the focus centre of art, literature, theatre and films. Lalit Kala Akademi, which the Centre

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  • Snoring is worse for your health than you think.

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  • Hunan keen to set up industrial park in Telangana

    Hyderabad, Feb 13 (IANS) China's Hunan province has expressed willingness to set up an industrial park in Telangana and requested the state government to set up land for establishing small and medium enterprises in various sector. A high level delegation from Hunan province consisting of 12 officials

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  • President presents Infosys Prizes to six winners

    New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday felicitated six winners of Infosys Science Foundation Prizes 2015 for their outstanding contribution in their fields.

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