China may have bigger trade and investments in Africa but it can learn from India's approach of manpower training and technical support to African people, a Chinese daily said on Tuesday, highlighting India's big push into Africa by holding the biggest summit of African countries. "China can also learn from India's experiences of providing assistance to Africa", an article in the Global Times said advocating a ‘benign’ competition can held New Delhi and Beijing. "India pays more ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Here, we bring some Buddhist temples located at stunning locations: 1. Paro Taktsang, Bhutan: The temple is also known as the Tiger’s Nest. It is an iconic temple built at the cliff side of the Paro valley in Bhutan. 2. Key monastery: Key ...Jagran Post, 4 weeks ago
'There is no longer any pressure to play the heroine. So I can have fun and be the actor I want to be. I can look beyond the hairstyles and the clothes. It is liberating to not have that constant pressure on you.' Lara Dutta enjoys being 'back'! Lara Dutta loves to talk. We saw that in 2009 and then again in 2010, and she hasn't changed at all. The actress will be seen in Akshay Kumar-starrer Singh Is Bling, and tells Patcy N/ Rediff.com that she's "nothing" like her ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'I don't say no to Salman Khan. He is a very important part of my life. He is my in-case-of-emergency-please-contact person,' Nikhil Advani tells Patcy N/ Rediff.com Director Nikhil Advani may be releasing two films back-to-back but he hardly looks like a happy man. In fact, he seemed angry and defensive through the entire length of the interview. Patcy N/ Rediff.com finds out why. You have two back-to-back releases, Hero and Katti Batti. Do you think one film may kill the business of the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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