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Nirmala Sitharaman takes over as defence minister

Soon after taking over as Indias first full-time woman defence minister, Nirmala Sitharaman said she would give "importance, priority and focus" to indigenous manufacturing in the defence sector. "I would be giving importance, priority and importance to Make ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
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The Baahubali story is not over... yet!

An international television series is on the anvil, says Anand Neelkantan as he shares the challenges of penning The Rise Of Sivagami with Rediff.com's Savera R Someshwar. IMAGE: "Rajamouli Sir was very clear the tale had to be told from Sivagami's or Katappa's point of view." If your phone rang and the voice on the other end identified itself as belonging to S S Rajamouli, the director of that lavishly mounted moneyspinner, Baahubali, you'd probably be forgiven for thinking it was a prank ...
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'Confident' Indian women's team lands in Kuala Lumpur

The Indian senior women's team arrived in Kuala Lumpur today morning to play two back to- back international friendlies against Malaysia. Both the matches have been arranged by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to provide more exposure to the team. The ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Indian women's cricket on the cusp of its 1983 moment  Sify2 months ago
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The Reshuffle: What it says about Modi

'While Piyush Goel, Dharmendra Pradhan, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and a clutch of former bureaucrats including R K Singh, Hardeep Singh Puri and K J Alphons are loyal BJP members, none of them fit the mould of party apparatchiks.''In fact, many of the latter kind have been shown the door or have been given reduced charges.''That goes to show the prime minister's comfort level in dealing with professionals and administrators and the trust he reposes in them,' says Shreekant Sambrani. Numerous ...
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Your comic book can make you rich!

The rarity of comic books in mint condition or nearly perfect ones, and the rising demand, have caused the prices to spiral internationally, says Avantika Bhuyan. IMAGE: According to Edouard Boccon-Gibod, managing director Christie's France, Hergé is the most sought after comic strip artist.His originals from Tintin are the only ones to be sold for over one million euros.Photograph: Kind courtesy Sotheby's An original Hergé, anyone? There is the Lyria Exchange -- akin to a stock ...
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Housework keeps India's women at home. Some women are changing that

Mumbai: There's a great deal of giggling at Nikhil Kalelkar’s class for two-wheel riders. “If you’re passing a person who is handling an animal that looks like it might get out of control, how will you respond?” asked Kalelkar. “Will you slow down ...
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Will try not to fall short of target in 2021 World Cup: Harmanpreet

Star all-rounder Harmanpreet Kaur has assured the Indian fans that the team would continue to perform in the same way as they did in the recently concluded ICC Women's World Cup and will win the prestigious quadrennial global tournament in 2021, slated to be ...
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This engineer wants to change tribal lives

Vat Vrikshya -- banyan tree in Sanskrit -- helps tribal women, with absolutely zero formal education, set up businesses. IMAGE: Vikash Das is a first generation entrepreneur. All photographs: Kind courtesy Vikash Das "One day I thought to myself, what am I doing sitting in a cubicle and making an MNC richer!" With these thoughts, Vikash Das, 28, decided to quit his high paying job as a security analyst at IBM, Bengaluru, where he had been working for three-and-a-half years. "I had a good job, ...
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Sports Shorts: Tomic boasts of 'amazing' achievements; Spieth wins

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Monday IMAGE: Bernard Tomic said he felt 'trapped' in the sport and had no regrets about his Wimbledon admission of being 'bored'. Photograph: Chris Hyde/Getty Images. Under-fire Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic has boasted of his 'amazing' achievements in the sport and winning millions of dollars in prize money despite not really trying hard throughout his career. In a candid interview with Australian broadcaster The Seven ...
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The Outliers

By and large, Bollywood is considered to be a haven of nepotism. If the lucky progeny of Bollywood’s A-listers aren’t being launched in a lavish debut film then they are busy being set up by daddy dear for a career behind the camera. As such lakhs of ...
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