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NRI woman goes missing after boarding train from Mumbai

A 76-year-old NRI woman went missing after boarding a long distance train from the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) in suburban Kurla, a senior GRP official said today.The woman, identified as Devikiamma Pillai, a South African national of Indian origin, had ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Homeward Bound

WHEN MANOHAR Shetty was a 14-year-old at St Peter’s, a boarding school in Panchgani, Maharashtra, he started writing short stories in the style of O Henry with a “surprising ending, a twist in the tale”. He remembers an excellent English Literature ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago

The Stephen Hawking I knew

'When I met him last year for his 75th birthday, he seemed frail. There was a sense of urgency.''I will miss Stephen. His passing fills me with sadness.'An Indian student remembers his teacher, Professor Stephen Hawking. Professor Daksh Lohiya's association with Stephen Hawking -- who passed into the ages on March 14 and will be buried in Westminster Abbey on March 31 alongside other giants of science like Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin -- began with a letter in 1976-1977. Professor Hawking ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Demand for probe in Loya death case bid to target 'one man': Maha to SC

The Maharashtra government on Friday told the Supreme Court that the batch of petitions seeking an independent probe into the alleged mysterious death of special Central Bureau of Investigation judge B H Loya were motivated and aimed at targeting 'one individual' in the guise of upholding the rule of law. It said the idea behind these petitions was to keep the 'pot boiling' against this individual and urged the apex court not to order an investigation which will create doubts about judges and ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Hoped that marriage would give him an Indian citizenship: Mumbai Wife of Pakistan national who was deported

A day after a Pakistani national was deported from Mumbai after he strayed into India 27 years ago when he was 10, his wife, a resident of Mumbai’s Antop Hill said that she had hoped their marriage would help Siraj Khan secure an Indian citizenship.
 DNA1 week ago

Global Stock Pare Losses After Robust US Jobs Data

Posted by Equitymaster Global financial markets slumped this week after the US imposed steel and aluminium tariffs on exports. However, markets worldwide pared the losses on Friday amid robust US jobs data. Data from the U.S. Labor Department revealed that ...
 Equitymaster.com1 week ago Carnage in Global Stock Market Continues  Equitymaster.com1 month ago Global Markets Remain Buoyant  Equitymaster.com2 months ago

Firm US Markets; Sun Pharma, Software Stocks & Other Top Cues to Sway the Markets Today

Posted by Equitymaster Indian share markets finished the previous trading session on a strong note amid firm Asian markets after comments from a Federal Reserve official eased worries about faster rate hikes in US. At the closing bell on Friday, the BSE ...
 Equitymaster.com3 weeks ago Sensex Drops 200 Points; IT, Pharma Stocks Top Losers  Equitymaster.com1 month ago Indian Share Markets Open Flat; Metal Stocks Witness Selling  Equitymaster.com1 month ago Sensex Surges 300 Points; Tata Steel Up 3.5%  Equitymaster.com1 month ago

Nephew Modi's scam turns Choksi's Gitanjali toxic; investors flee as scrip races off to 52 week low

Punjab National Bank has officially commented that Nirav Modi is the man responsible for wiping off nearly 1/3rd market share of the bank. The bank has admitted that this is a scam, an inside-angle, and fired employees linked with the scandal. Highlights: ...
 Sify1 month ago

SC adopts new roster system, CJI to hear all PILs

Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Thursday put in place a roster system for allocation of cases in the Supreme Court in what could be a move to address the grievances by four-senior most judges over assigning matters that sparked an unprecedented judicial crisis. Justice Misra has kept to himself the public interest litigation cases under the roster system that will come into effect from February 5.   Previously, the cases in the apex court were assigned by the CJI in his capacity as ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

18 years of struggle. Now he has charmed India

'I would count my rotis and eat.''I broke my sister and brother's insurance policies.''Whatever savings I had got over.''I was struggling for work.''I used to struggle for Rs 500, Rs 1,000.' IMAGE: Vineet and Zoya Hussain in Mukkabaaz. Vineet Kumar Singh let go of a secure, well-paying job of a doctor -- he has an MD in Ayurveda -- to chase his dream of becoming an actor. Of course, that's an uphill task, and Vineet went through 14 years of struggle. He did bit roles in Hindi films, a Bhojpuri ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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