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Chugging against change: Few things ailing the Indian Railways
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Chugging against change: Few things ailing the Indian Railways

Nearly a hundred years later, though the Indian Railways have long discontinued the third class compartments, the problems rail travellers face are much the same as what Gandhi experienced.   The railway carriage was packed and in the compartment that had a capacity of nine, 12 passengers were already crammed in. But for a friend's help, the frail Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi would not even have been able to secure a seat for himself. Just then, a railway employee swore at a commuter, ... Rediff.com, 3 hours ago
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'I have always played in a responsible way for the Indian team'

The Indian team during a practice session. Photograph: PTI His batting form has not been the best of late but an unfazed Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli has said he does not need to put in any extra effort on that front as he has always played with responsibility for the team.  Kohli, who played for India A in the just-concluded second unofficial four-day Test against Australia A, produced knocks of 16 and 45 in the match which the visiting team won by ...
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Airplane debris arrives in France for Malaysia crash investigation

Airplane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion and may belong to the vanished Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 arrived in France on Saturday for investigators to study its origin. According to a Reuters witness and Agence France Presse, an ...
 Deccan Herald5 hours ago Debris very likely to be from a Boeing 777: Malaysia PM  Deccan Herald2 days ago
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'The Indian board is not interested in playing against Pakistan'

India's Virat Kohli (left) talks to Pakistan's Misbah-Ul-Haq as they leave the field. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt has said that the present PCB set-up should stop wasting its time trying to organise a series against India as "it would never happen".  "It is a waste of time. It is never going to happen because the Indian board is not interested in playing against us. They use the excuse of their ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago If Finalised, India vs Pakistan series could Be Misbah-ul-Haq's Farewell from Cricket  International Business Times India5 days ago

Manish Tewari taunts Sushma Swaraj for claiming credit for Indians released by IS; asks if India is doing business with them

Senior Congress leader Manish Tewari on Saturday sparked a controversy after he raised a question on whether India was doing business with the Islamic State in Libya, following the release of two detained Indians. The Islamic State terror group (IS) had ...
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'I want to study Architecture in Canada. Please advice'

"Banking in India is no longer dealing with checking and savings. "The sector is now starting to handle products like insurance, wealth management, retirement planning and investing. "In my opinion (and if you are interested) you must learn more about these, study more (in college, university or getting professional certification) and possibly intern with that experience." "Return on investment on an executive MBA, in my opinion can be slightly better if you do in USA, considering ...
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India ranks second only to Mexico in abductions

Insurers say this does not mean that neighbouring countries like Afghanistan or Pakistan are any safer. MUMBAI: For specialty underwriters sitting in global reinsurance markets like London, India has a dubious distinction. It ranks second only to Mexico on a ...
 Economic Times9 hours ago
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How GM India sped away from Halol, unrest, and standstill

The temporary worker, in his late 40s, stands at the factory gate of General Motors India's Halol unit. He holds a steel lunch box and sports a helpless look. He pours his heart out on his current predicament, but refuses to share his name. Such is the fear of losing his job early at this ill-fated plant, which the auto major plans to shut down by June next year. Around 1,100 workers are said to be working at Halol, out of them 500-600 are contractual workers, who get paid a minimum wage of Rs ...
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Prepaid users get a minder in Mubble

Mubble, a mobile app, intends to make life simpler for prepaid smartphone users in India. Almost 95 per cent of the mobile users in the country are on prepaid connections. The biggest difficulty with prepaid connections is the lack of a record of deductions ...
 Deccan Herald20 hours ago
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Would love to work with India's great cricketers, says former Australian cricketer Stuart Law

Australia A assistant coach Stuart Law may be busy strategising India A's downfall during the ongoing second unofficial 'Test', but the former cricketer is keen to coach the India's senior team if and work with some of the greatest players in the ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago DANGEROUS TERRITORY IN  Yahoo! India1 day ago Former Australia Batsman to be the Next India Coach?  International Business Times India1 day ago Stuart Law says he wants to be Team India's coach  MSN News US1 day ago
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