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Amit Shah's son to sue 'The Wire' for Rs 100 crore for story
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Oppn demands probe into allegations against Amit Shah's son

Opposition parties today sought a probe into claims in a media report that a company owned by BJP chief Amit Shahs son saw a huge rise in its turnover after his party came to power in 2014. The charge was rejected by the BJP and Shahs son, Jay Amit Shah, who ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

Dance of divine love

Lord Krishna decorated himself with fragrant flowers and played his flute. On hearing the notes from his flute the Gopis were enchanted. They left whatever they were doing and rushed to be with their loved Krishna.That's just one aspect of Kathak exponent Uma ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago

Andhra CM Naidu to visit London on October 24-25 to finalise designs for government complexes

[India], September 28 (ANI): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu will be visiting London on October 24 and 25, to finalise designs for government complexes. The Chief Minister will be visiting London for an exclusive meeting with Foster & ...
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The Scotsman who knows India better than many of us

'Men of the calibre of Shri Ramana Maharishi, Satya Sai Baba, Shri Aurobindo -- you don't get that level of excellence in the West.''The quality of Indian saints is unmatched.'Bill Aitken came to India nearly 60 years ago. He never returned.An Indian citizen since 1972, he speaks to Rediff.com's Archana Masih about finding a religion, a country and discovering India on steam engines and motorbikes.   IMAGE: Writer and scholar of Hinduism, Bill Aitken arrived in India in 1959 and took ...
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NGT asks govt to prevent further encroachment in Ridge

The National Green Tribunal has directed the Centre and the Delhi government to prevent any encroachment from coming up in the eco-sensitive Central Ridge area near the Birla temple here, where several illegal religious structures have been demolished. A ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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When the British arrested Annie Besant, who, with Tilak, demanded Home Rule

Dr Annie Besant, an Englishwoman, was part of India's freedom movement. 100 years ago, she was placed under house arrest by the British in a bungalow in Ooty.It was here she unfurled the Home Rule flag as a symbol for India's right to self government.Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com Places of lived history, like a house, lead one to wonder what the past must have been like. Stockbridge House in Ooty is where Dr Annie Besant was placed under house arrest by the British for three months ...
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PHOTOS: When Earth cast a shadow over the moon

A blood red moon lit up the night sky in many parts of the world, including India, during a partial lunar eclipse on Monday. IMAGE: A partial lunar eclipse is pictured beside a building in Berlin, Germany. Photograph: Hannibal Hanschke/Reuters However, heavy rains and overcast sky prevented Delhiites from viewing the eclipse. The penumbral part of the lunar eclipse, which is difficult to discern, began at 9.20 pm, while the partial phase began at 10.52 pm, N Rathnashree, director of ...
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