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Demonetisation is immoral, theft of people's property: Forbes

New Delhi - Calling India's demonetisation drive as immoral, Steve Forbes, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine, said it also amounted to theft of people's property. The November 8 move to spike the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes had damaged the Indian economy, ... Sify, 1 month ago

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How To Love Someone With Opposite Political Views

&& Just two weeks into Donald Trump’s presidency, news hit of the first divorce triggered by the election results (or at least, the first to go viral). In an interview with Reuters, Californian Gayle McCormick, 73, said she and her husband of 22 years ...
 Huffington Post3 days ago

Wouldn't recommend childhood stardom to anyone: LeAnn Rimes

Singer LeAnn Rimes has learned to accept all she went through as a child star - but she doesn't think young performers should chase fame. The "How Do I Live" singer scored her first hit at the age of 13 and she has been making music for the past 20 years.
 Business Standard1 week ago
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This woman dumps her husband of 21 years for backing Trump

A 73-year-old woman has separated from her husband of over 20 years after he voiced support for Donald Trump in the run-up to the United States presidential polls. Gayle McCormick, a retired California prison guard, said that she was shocked last year when her husband Bill McCormick, 77, mentioned during a lunch with friends that he planned to vote for Trump. "I was in shock. It was the breaking point. The Trump issue was the catalyst," she told the People magazine. It was the toughest ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Are you following this model on Insta?

What makes Lakme model Merrylin Boro so popular on Instagram? Find out. IMAGE: Merrylin Boro started modelling at 18.Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com Merrylin Boro, 23 is among the hottest new faces to feature at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week this season. She's born to parents with mixed origin: "My father is an Anglo Indian from the North East and my mother belongs to the Bodo tribe from Assam" she told Rediff.com. With no mentors to guide her, she started her modelling career in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Why Anjali will make waves at Lakme Fashion Week

'I've been the first transgender to step out of my community.''Indians are far more broad-minded and receptive.' Anjali Lama, 32, was born as a boy (Nabin Wabia) in Nuwakot, Nepal. Her childhood days were spent struggling to come to terms with her identity. Once she moved to Kathmandu for higher studies, she decided to embrace her true self. Anjali underwent a sex change surgery much to her family's reluctance. Today, at 32, she has come a long way in the modelling world and her struggle has ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Need more humour and satire in daily life: Prime Minister

Batting for more humour and satire in daily life, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today termed humour as the "best healer" and said the power of a smile or laughter is more powerful than abuse or any other weapon. Addressing the 47th anniversary of Tamil ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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8 Things People Who've Been In Open Marriages Wish You Understood

Open marriages and other types of “monogam-ish” relationships are still considered taboo by many. But for couples with a strong foundation built on love, trust and communication and a mutual desire to open the marriage, it can be a positive ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago
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3 terrorists killed in Samba wanted to blow up trains

The three heavily-armed terrorists killed by the Border Security Force in Samba district had infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir to carry out a chain of terror attacks by blowing up running trains and tracks with chained IEDs and hard to detect liquid explosives, a top force official said on Wednesday. A day after the three infiltrators were killed by the BSF, top officials said the trio was carrying five bottles of liquid explosive trinitroglycerin. "Terrorists had infiltrated to carry out big ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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