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Magazine: Meet the Indian women hunted as witches

For 40-year-old Bahura Bai it began as these things often do in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. First, a village girl she had affectionately caressed in the marketplace fell sick. Then, a year later, her brother-in-law developed an ... Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 3 weeks ago

Music lovers bid adieu to Pandit Vithal Rao

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Tara Bai, wife of Pandit Vithal Rao Sivpurkar, breaks down after hearing about the news of her husband's death, on Friday. Photo: G. Ramakrishna The ghazal singer, who was suffering from ...
 The Hindu1 day ago Music lovers in tears for Pandit Vithal Rao  The Hindu3 days ago
New Indian Express

'Bhangarh to Bedlam': Notes from Twilight Trails

The subtle knife in the second book of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy is a magical dagger used to cut the air to open windows into other universes. That parallel worlds co-exist, however, has been a claim made in earnest only by ...
 New Indian Express23 hours ago Notes from Twilight Trails  New Indian Express2 days ago

Owners of houses under JNNURM get their keys

Technical Education Minister Umashankar Gupta handed over keys of houses along with possession letters, flower pots with rose plants and packets of sweets to 25 beneficiaries at Siddheshwari Nagar in ward 46 here on Friday. The houses have been ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago

Lasya, Harhitha in second round

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Hyderabad, June 24 -- Lasya Pathnaik sailed to the second round of the AITA Talent Series Tennis Tournament at Rama Tennis Academy at Neredmet here on ...
 HT Syndication5 days ago

Gandhi's coterie did not let Dalmia prevail upon Jinnah on Partition

aid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah (1876-1948) and Ramkrishna Dalmia (1893 to 1978) were both iconoclasts of the last century, born seventeen years apart, had developed an unlikely friendship of polar opposites, bound by stark dissimilarities, not least ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 week ago

Mysore city engagements

Comment · print · T T T+· T- MYSURU Hindustan First Grade College: Mysuru District Open Chess Championship 2015,City Commissioner of Police B. Dayananda, chief guest, college premises, No. 27/F, 3rd Stage, Rajarajeshwari Temple Road, ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Five officers fined for poor service delivery

17,000 has been imposed on five officers for not delivering services to people within time-limit under Public Services Delivery Guarantee Act. Similarly, show cause notices have been issued to one dozen officers. The amount of fine will be ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Bhopal: Civic body mural gives ex-PM Indira Gandhi a miss

Why a mural of top Indian woman achievers in the middle of the city misses former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi? A government teacher asked the question on Friday referring to the beautifully sculpted mural adorning the wall of the Kamla Nehru ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Of strength and surrender

The millennium city of Gurgaon had a date with one of India's most renowned Kuchipudi danseuses, Meenu Thakur, who presented a Kuchipudi choreography Shakti Aur Samarpan, the saga of strength and surrender depicting the tale of Durga and Meera. As ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago
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