• Indian women in workforce fell 10% in last decade

    New Delhi, June 26 (IANS) The participation of Indian women in the workforce fell 10 per cent in the past decade as India recorded the lowest female labour force participation rate, a joint industry chamber Assocham-Thought Arbitrage Research study showed on Sunday. "There is an urgent need to

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  • Clarity on Brexit, monsoon to steer markets

    Mumbai, June 26 (IANS) Clarity on Britain's plans to exit the European Union (Brexit), along with the progress of monsoon rains and derivatives expiry are expected to steer the Indian equity markets in the upcoming week.

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  • Not every film can be made in multiple languages: Filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli

    Mumbai, June 26 (IANS) At a time when the demand for bilingual and dubbed versions of films is at an all-time high in Indian cinema, ace filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli of "Baahubali: The Beginning" fame, says it's only feasible to release those films in multiple languages which have a universal

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  • 1975 emergency was black day for India: Modi

    New Delhi, June 26 (IANS) Calling the 1975 emergency period a black day for the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that he was "happy" that the people in India have always given priority to democracy. There was a day when voice of people was trampled over but now, the people

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  • 'Indian students should choose science, research as profession'

    New Delhi, June 26 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Indian students contribution in the field of science and technology, and said that there was a need for more youth to choose science and research as their profession. "I feel proud to see the contribution of our young

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  • Hot, humid Sunday morning in Delhi

    New Delhi, June 26 (IANS) It was a hot and humid Sunday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature recorded 29.6 degrees celsius, a notch above the season's average. The Met has forecast the sky to be partly cloudy ahead. The maximum temperature of the day is likely to hover

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  • Pune: DAAD announces academic opportunities in Germany

    The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) announced a slew of academic and research opportunities for students seeking degrees and collaborations in Germany, including the first Falling Labs India 2016 at the Indian Institute of Science, Education and Research (IISER) in September. “The Falling Wall

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  • Pune: DTE warns students against taking admissions in bogus institutes

    With the admission season at it’s peak, the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has issued a notice to all students to be aware of fake colleges and asked them to verify before joining any institute. In an open letter to all students and their parents which has been put up on it’s website, DTE

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  • Device to reduce ‘Load On The Spine’: Workers, fasten your belt to reduce pain

    After Jaipur Foot, innovators in Rajasthan have now come up with Jaipur Belt, an unpowered and lightweight exoskeleton which, according to its inventors, reduces the load on the spine by up to 80 per cent. Clinical trials are set to begin soon. The story of innovation starts eight years ago when Ganesh

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  • In changing power structure in London, some India links

    INDIAN LINKS to the heart of power in the UK have never before been as strong as they are today. Singh’s ancestors are from Sargodha in West Punjab who migrated to India after independence. So Marina’s emotional and cultural ties to India are beyond question and they will be still more in evidence if

    The Indian Express
  • Peddlers turning school kids into drug addicts in Punjab, says SC advocate

    Senior Supreme Court advocate H S Phoolka said that cases related to drug abuse among children is rising in Punjab and is the main reason why they go missing from homes. Speaking to The Sunday Express, Phoolka said, “They are made addicts by the peddlers in schools itself and later encouraged to leave

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  • After NSG hitch, India set to become member of MTCR

    Notwithstanding the failure of its ambitious bid to become a part of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), India is all set to become a member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) next week — one of the four export control regimes of which Delhi has been aspiring to become a member. The Sunday

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  • 'Game Of Thrones' to roll on, despite Brexit vote

    London, June 26 (IANS) The hit TV show "Game of Thrones", partly filmed in Northern Ireland, will not suffer due to Britain's decision to leave the European Union. "We do not anticipate that the result of the EU Referendum will have any material effect on HBO producing 'Game of

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  • Pune: Cabs buck auto sector slowdown

    Notwithstanding the general slowdown in the automobile sector, registrations of taxi cabs in both Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad have seen as much as double digit growth. With both Ola and Uber competing in the sector, the Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Regional Transport Office (RTO) has seen registration of

    The Indian Express
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  • Tamil Nadu Congress chief Elangovan resigns over ‘differences with Rahul’

    Tamil Nadu Congress Committee (TNCC) president E V K S Elangovan, who took charge of the party in late 2014, has sent his resignation to the All India Congress Committee, reportedly because of disagreements with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi over the Tamil Nadu poll results. While Elangovan was

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  • Sourav Ganguly plays safe, ducks Ravi Shastri’s bouncer

    Former India captain Sourav Ganguly, who reportedly played a ‘game-changing’ hand in appointing Anil Kumble as the head coach of the Indian cricket team, reacted to The Indian Express story — Ganguly wasn’t there when I was interviewed: Shastri — saying the interview (process) was a “confidential” matter

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  • Gajendra Chauhan set to preside over key FTII meeting next month

    Exactly six months after it assumed charge, the Gajendra Chauhan-led Governing Council of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) will hold its second meeting at the campus on July 5. The meeting, like the previous one, is likely to be stormy as several contentious proposals, including an

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  • India, Pakistan must work together, says Abdul Basit

    Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit Saturday said India and Pakistan must work together to have a “tension-free” and “cooperative” relationship. Basit made the statement during an Iftaar party he hosted at the High Commission. Jama Masjid’s Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari was among those present on the occasion

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  • Months before retirement, Railway Board financial commissioner puts in his papers

    In a curious move, Railway Board Member Financial Commissioner Sanjoy Mookerjee put in his papers on Friday, seeking voluntary retirement in August, three months before he is due to retire. Mookerjee did not respond to messages from The Sunday Express. Railway Board Chairman A K Mital said he had not

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  • Red, tall and flowery: Japanese Garden in Chandigrah

    Also known as anar in India and Granada in Spanish, these trees are around 5 to 8m tall. A native from Iran to the Himalayas in Northern India, pomegranate is widely grown in sub tropical and tropical areas. Pomegranate can help cure diabetes and cancer, Apart from its medicinal values, these trees

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  • Monsoon gains strength, central India awaits rains

    Rainfall activity over most parts of the country picked up in the third week of June, as had been forecast, but India still had a deficiency of about 17 per cent as on Friday from the normal. By Friday, the country as a whole had received 85.5 mm rainfall while the normal for this time is 103.8 mm.

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  • Nirmal Bangla will be model for (Centre’s) Swachh Bharat: Mamta Banerjee

    West Bengal’s ‘Nirmal Bangla’ project is all set to become one of the models for the Centre’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said Saturday. “The Secretary of Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation came to meet me today and said the Centre has decided to use Nirmal Bangla project

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  • MS Dhoni – The Smiling Buddha

    NAHI,NAHI, NAHI…," he starts shouting, shaking his hand vigorously. MS Dhoni has just been invited to represent the Indian Media XI in a match against the Zimbabwe Media XI. He’s even been promised an opening slot, just so that he finally gets to bat on this tour. But he isn’t budging from his obstinate

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  • Chandigarh child rights panel holds workshop for media, says don’t sensationalise issues

    The Chandigarh Commission for Protection of Child Rights (CPCC) on Saturday conducted a sensitisation programme for the journalists on issues related to children. Justice, SS Saron, judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court-cum-executive chairman, Punjab Legal Service Authority, was the chief guest at the

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  • Chandigarh power department incurs heavy losses in past four years

    THE CASH-STRAPPED Chandigarh electricity department has incurred heavy transmission and distribution (T&D) losses of Rs 25.08 crore in the past four years. This exceeds norms fixed by Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC). Some energy is lost in network while carrying it from from generation

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