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In this new column, young entrepreneurs ask questions that they have found important in the course of building their ventures, and Startrek gets them answered by seasoned entrepreneurs, investors and other startup experts: Times of India, 5 hours ago
DNA

Vaguely empowering: Is adultery a choice for women?

Not if you ask the Supreme Court.
 DNA4 hours ago
Hindustan Times

8 videos that ask Do we treat our daughters right

Indias rape epidemic continues to occupy media airtime and is a permanent fixture with the western newshounds Leslee Udwins documentary Indias Daughter has firmly reinforced the impression We take a look at social videos against sexual violence that went viral ...
 Hindustan Times6 hours ago

Shahid kapoor & Mira rajput's marriage: 6 things you wanted to know but were too shy to ask

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 Economic Times1 day ago Shahid Kapoor & Mira Rajput's wedding: 6 things you wanted to know but were too shy to ask  Economic Times1 day ago Shahid's would be deleting FB friends?  Jagran Post1 day ago
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Jaya is not the only amma in politics

J Jayalalitha cannot appropriate the moniker amma -- ask union minister Najma Heptulla.Many BJP ministers especially M Venkaiah Naidu have been addressing Heptulla as amma. Each time, she retorts saying only Jayalalithaa can be called amma, but with Nitin Gadkari and Smriti Irani also calling her amma, Heptulla has gracefully accepted the name. This invariably happens after Cabinet meetings where some union ministers much like college students crack jokes at and with each other.
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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Ask the soldiers' parents why they hate Pak, Saamna's jibe at Naseer

Taking a dig on Naseeruddin Shah after he expressed regret over the strained relations between India and Pakistan, the Shiv Sena today said the veteran Bollywood actor can seek his answers from those who have been victims of terrorist activities carried out from the soil of the neighbouring country. Shah, in an interview to an entertainment website, had reportedly expressed regret on the animosity between both the countries and had said that Indians were being brain-washed to believe that ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Jats ask BJP government to clear its stand on OBC quota

A day after controversial statement of Kurukshetra MP Raj Kumar Saini, swords are out in the open between those supporting the OBC quota for jats and those opposing the same.
 Times of India1 day ago
The Telegraph

Can't ask for anything more: Michael Clarke

Australia captain Michael Clarke was happy that his ODI career had such a complete ending at the MCG, on Sunday. Australia won the World Cup for the fifth time beating New Zealand by seven wickets and he scored 74 runs. At the post-match media conference, ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Clarke dedicates World Cup triumph to 'little brother' Hughes  Rediff.com2 days ago
NDTV

Why let Vile Parle eatery operate till 3am, ask residents

The state government is yet to frame a policy to permit restaurants to remain open all night after convincing the Bombay high court about women’s safety, then why allow an eatery in Vile Parle (W) to operate till 3am, ask activists
 Times of India3 days ago Frame policy to ban use of plastic flags, HC tells Maharashtra  Business Standard1 day ago Frame Policy to Ban Use, Sale of Plastic Flags: Bombay High Court Tells Government  NDTV1 day ago Ban sale of shark meat, gov't asked  Visayan Daily Star5 days ago
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Not quitting as AAP Lokpal: Ramdas

Aam Aadmi Party's internal Lokpal, Admiral (retd) L Ramdas, on Saturday said he will not quit the post even though he was asked not to attend the crucial National Council meeting for which he had travelled all the way from Maharashtra. "I am neither quitting nor have I been asked to go. Winners never quit," the former naval chief of staff told PTI. Ramdas said he was asked by AAP national secretary Pankaj Gupta to not attend the meeting so as to "avoid confrontation". Gupta also said it was the ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago AAP removes Ramdas as Lokpal, Bhushan from disciplinary panel  Rediff.com2 days ago Haven't been asked to go, not quitting as AAP Lokpal, says L. Ramdas  IndiaTV News2 days ago Havne't Been Asked to Go, Not Quitting As AAP Lokpal: Ramdas  Outlook2 days ago
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