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Pedestrians often come in harm's way on city roads

They blame motorists for not giving them way even in places marked for them When Sohan Prasad, a bicycle mechanic hailing from Bihar, arrived in Delhi to seek a better life, the traffic signals held no meaning for him. "There are no traffic signals at my ... Deccan Herald, 6 days ago

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Mumbai Mirror, 4 months ago

BJP Takes Musical Route to Woo Voters

Member of Legislative Council Tara Anuradha on Saturday released a CD brought out by the BJP exclusively for the Lok Sabha elections. The CD contains eight Kannada songs sung by Ganesh Yaji, Narasimhamurthy, Yashwanth Sardeshpande and Kiran Vipra.
 New Indian Express1 week ago

SBI loan scheme for women's boutique biz

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Kolkata,16 April State Bank of India today launched a new loan product ~ Boutique Finance ~ for the first time in Kolkata on a pilot basis, which is expected to boost the boutique business of woman entrepreneurs in the ...
 The Statesman2 days ago
The Hindu

Young physicians told to focus on research

Homeopathy physicians from across the State discussed the latest treatment methods for various ailments at the 14th A.P. State Convention of Indian Institute of Homeopathic Physicians (IIHP) here on Sunday. Physicians from various private hospitals ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
The Week

Dalits can wait

This Lok Sabha election is all about change for the Bahujan Samaj Party, which is not just reaching out to Dalits but going all out to befriend Brahmins and Muslims in order to get maximum seats-a strategy that is being sugar-coated as maintaining ...
 The Week1 week ago

Intellectuals' concern...

A group of over 100 eminent citizens today expressed concern over the possibility of Narendra Modi becoming the Prime Minister, saying his "infamous role" in the massacre of Muslims in Gujarat in 2002 is being brushed aside to promote him as a ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago Intellectuals' Concern Over Modi Becoming PM  Outlook India1 week ago Intellectuals' concern over Narendra Modi becoming PM  Economic Times1 week ago

Crafts boon in Surajkund

If faith is the belief in what one does not see; the reward of that faith is to see what you believe: and Surajkund never belies my faith. Over the past four years of my visits, year on year, Surajkund has only deepened my faith. Come February, the ...
 Sunday Observer1 week ago
The Hindu

Mulayam files nomination from his traditional seat

Share· Comment · print · T+· T- The Hindu Samajwadi Party Chief Mulayam Singh at the party office in Mainpuri before filing his nomination on Friday. Photo: Arunangsu Roy Chowdhury The Hindu A file photo of Bharatiya Janata Party leader ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

SBI unveils SBI 75plus Scheme

SBI, Bengal Circle launched a unique and innovative scheme for pensioners above 75 years (SBI 75plus Scheme) for withdrawal of pension from their home. Pensioners can request for delivery of cash at their home to the extent of one month's pension. ...
 The Echo Of India2 weeks ago

Lion roars on social media

Posters on social media screamed, 'The lion roars again'. And if you were wondering what it could be, it only takes a few more seconds of browsing to find out that its about our very own 'Balayya Babu' in the film 'Legend' that repeats the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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