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Online scam: Dried lizard penises being sold as 'magic root'

[U.K.], June 20 (ANI): Everyone is aware of the stream of bizarre drugs available online to increase sexual prowess and desire, but a recent case stands out as the classic example of 'it happens only in India'. A team of investigators and scientists from ... Sify, 4 days ago

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The brands Bollywood won't promote

Actors and sportspersons are increasingly blacklisting products like colas and fairness creams.Urvi Malvania explores what lies behind the concern among endorsers over brands they promote and how will it impact both. POLL: Should celebrities be more responsible for products they endorse? IMAGE: From left, Bollywood stars Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan with tennis stars Roger Federer, Patrick Rafter, Pete Sampras and Boris Becker at the Coca-Cola International Premier Tennis ...
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'If the velvet glove comes off, the iron fist will show'

'Civilians are disrupting army operations.''When they go to capture terrorists, stones, petrol bombs are thrown.''Which country in the world deals with this situation with the gloves that we deal with?' IMAGE: Soldiers during a major anti-terror operation in Shopian, south Kashmir, May 4, 2017.Photograph: Umar Ganie for Rediff.com Was it right to strap a civilian to an army jeep in Kashmir? What did the army chief mean when said civilians should 'fear' the army? What is the fallout of ...
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Xiaomi Redmi 4: Should you buy it for 7k?

The handset delivers on build quality, battery, design, ergonomics and a pretty decent display. The camera performance is not exactly ground breaking, but the price tag covers up for that slight blip, says Himanshu Juneja. Xiaomi has been on a spree of sorts by releasing one budget smartphone after another. The move has not only allowed the company's name to stay afloat in the minds of the buyers, it has also enabled Xiaomi to make a killing with the sales of the refreshed handsets while ...
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'Indians' love for social media is driving sale of cameras'

'As people crave for better quality in their pictures, they are going for DSLR, which is driving sales.' Nikon India MD Kazuo Ninomiya shares his plans for how the camera giant plans to clock sales worth Rs 1,200 crores in FY18. IMAGE: 'Selfie-clicking is very high among Indians. We appreciate this,' says Kazuo Ninomiya, managing director, Nikon India. Aptly illustrated by these soldiers taking selfies at a Republic Day parade in Mumbai. Photograph: Shailesh Andrade/Reuters. Nikon, the ...
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India says banks must start bankruptcy proceedings against 12 major defaulters

By Devidutta Tripathy MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has identified 12 of the country's biggest loan defaulters and said creditors must pursue bankruptcy proceedings against them, as it begins to cut the $150 billion in stressed debt ...
 Sify1 week ago RBI says banks must start bankruptcy proceedings against 12 major defaulters  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago UPDATE 2-India says banks must start bankruptcy proceedings against 12 major defaulters  Sify1 week ago
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'Facts are not truth': Hilary Mantel goes on the record about historical fiction

In a recent talk at the Hay literary festival, Cambridge historian and biographer John Guy said he had seen an increasing number of prospective students citing Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize-winning historical novels, Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies, as ...
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Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro review: A phablet for Netflix binge-watchers alone

Samsung, of late, has been pretty consistent with its smartphone offerings across different price brackets. There is the J-series 30 (around Rs 10k) A-series (around Rs 20k), C-series (around Rs 30k) and the S-series (around Rs 60-70k). Launched last January ...
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PM Modi faces a bureaucratic test

Here comes the moment of truth. Modi prides himself on offering an "incorruptible" government. Will he dilute the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill to coax the administration's fealty and compromise his self-image? Radhika Ramaseshan takes stock. MODI@3: FULL COVERAGE IMAGE: When Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the Secretaries to the Government of India after taking office in 2014. Photograph: NarendraModi.in. In the aftermath of the conviction of three top officials in the ...
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She’s Here to Stay

THE FIRST VOICE in Meena Kandasamy’s novel When I Hit You: Or, a Portrait of the Writer As A Young Wife is that of the protagonist’s mother. The matriarch opens the book with a discussion of how she nursed the narrator back to health after the young woman ...
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