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Kathmandu Post

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JUL 30 - I WAS looking for material to explain Sania Mirza's trauma with Hindutva's ultra-nationalists when I remembered that Dilip Kumar had undergone similar experiences, of being called a Pakistan sympathiser, even a Pakistani agent. It is ... Kathmandu Post, 18 hours ago

Culture beat July 25

Take a peek inside the state offices of the Belgian monarchs as the Royal Palace opens its doors for the summer. You can visit the imposing building, once one of the finest royal residences in Europe, until September 7. In tribute to the 100th ...
 Xpats.com6 days ago
Apun Ka Choice

Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee to kick off India Couture Week 2014 on July 15

India Couture Week 2014 will have a befitting start on July 15 with opening show by ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee , known for mixing splendour with art in his creations, will be the opening designer at ...
 Apun Ka Choice3 weeks ago India Couture Week 2014: Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee to make grand opening  India TV3 weeks ago Sabyasachi Mukherjee to open India Couture Week 2014  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
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Basketball and scholarships

don't usually go together, but in a recent swing through three provinces in Central Visayas, Director-General Joel Villanueva of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) found the time to combine the game with the grant of ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer4 weeks ago

Dinanath Batra, the bogeyman of Indian publishing

Dinanath Batra, the convenor of Shiksha Bachao Andolan and the bogeyman of Indian publishing, talks to Gargi Gupta about what his organisation is all about Vande Mataram/ Sujalaam Sufalam...." A board with the verses of India's national ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Dust Bowl Dàjá Vu?

Drought plus rail logistics problems spell rough outlook for the Plains The Great Plains suffered a terrible year in 1935. Already struggling in the fifth year of the drought, the Plains folk still had to endure one of their single worst days: ...
 Feed and Grain1 month ago

Pulmonary toxicity in a renal transplant recipient treated with amiodarone and everolimus: A case of hypothetical synergy and a proposal for a screening protocol - Abstract

Pneumotoxic drugs like amiodarone and m-TOR inhibitors (m-TORi) may be administered contemporaneously in therapy for patients who had renal transplants. We present a case of amiodarone pulmonary toxicity (APT) in a patient treated with amiodarone ...
 UroToday1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Sonam Kapoor birthday special: From typical foodie to international diva (see pics)

A typical Punjabi girl, Sonam Kapoor has all that makes her a perfect 'punjabi kuddi'; apt attitude, fashion and the famous of all, her foodie side. Born to parents Anil Kapoor and Sunita Kapoor, Sonam has two other siblings, younger sister Rhea ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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Never heard of the Hindu Rashtra Sena? Here's why

The extremist outfit has a tainted past and has been entangled in different legal cases for extortion, rioting and instigating violence. Devidas Deshpande reports from Pune. The Hindu Rashtra Sena, which has been implicated in the murder of a Pune-based techie, is a shadow organisation about which not much information can be found. It has a Facebook page that doesn't say much, and its official blog has only one post, that too from 2000.   Twenty-year-old IT graduate Mohsin Sadiq Shaikh was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Message for Modi from Sharif's visit

The biggest success of Nawaz Sharif’s visit to India is that it will lessen mistrust between the two countries, writes Amir Mateen from Islamabad. As Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif dares to attend prime minister-designate Narendra Modi’s oath-taking, India exudes two contrasting signals of simultaneous patronising and showing humility to its neighbours. The ceremony has all the trappings of a royal coronation at the Delhi darbar where regional satraps, call them SAARC heads, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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