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Father-daughter duo among three miners killed in Uttarakhand
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Father-daughter duo among three miners killed in Uttarakhand

Three labourers, including a father-daughter duo, were killed when a heap of earth collapsed on them while they were mining in a field in Udham Singh Nagar district, police said today.Two other labourers were injured when the incident occurred in the field in ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Modern athletes lack hunger, reckons legendary Mike Powell

Track and field legend Mike Powell doesn't doubt the talent of modern athletes but feels they lack hunger and that is precisely the reason why his world record of 8.95 metres in long jump still stands intact even after 26 years. "There have always been good young talents out there but they don't have the same type of expectation and hunger that I had when I was competing," the legendary American athlete said. "I was competing with the likes of Carl Lewis and many more at the highest level, so I ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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How Mugabe plunged Zimbabwe into an abyss of despair

During his 37-year rule, the nation’s lush fields became wastelands, disease and hunger became rampant and the economy registered a negative growth of six per cent, says Shreekant Sambrani. IMAGE: Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace. On November 18, the 37-year-long rule of the country's founding father came to an end. Photograph: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters. “Game over. Done. Finished!” said a spokesman for the Zimbabwe War Veterans on November 18. I ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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This Indian Coal Field Has Been Burning Continuously for Over 100 Years

One of India’s largest coal reserves, the Jharia coalfield, situated in the Dhanbad district of Jharkhand, is the site of one of the longest-burning fires in the world. The area has been burning continuously for over 100 years.Mining in the Jharia ...
 Oddity Central2 months ago
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Day 5: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Brilliant Hirscher claims elusive first alpine skiing gold medal IMAGE: Marcel Hirscher of Austria in action. Photograph: Alexis Boichard/Agence Zoom/Getty Images Marcel Hirscher, the greatest skier of his generation, ended his long wait for an Olympic gold medal when the Austrian claimed top spot in the men's combined event after a blistering slalom run on Tuesday.   Hirscher, who has won the last six overall World Cup titles and is poised to claim a seventh, climbed from an ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Day 8: What's hot at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics  Rediff.com3 days ago
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Meet Pad Didi

Maya Vishwakarma gave up her job as a scientist in California to make 'No Tension' sanitary pads for tribal women who have never used one before.Archana Masih speaks to the real PadWoman. IMAGE: Maya is visiting 22 tribal districts in Madhya Pradesh, speaking to women about menstrual health and bringing them low cost sanitary pads. Photographs: Kind courtesy, Maya Vishwakarma/Facebook If the telephone does not keep getting disconnected, there is a cross connection. At the other end of the line ...
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Coal scam: CBI seeks nod for prosecuting Karnataka IAS officer

Senior Karnataka cadre IAS officer Yogendra Tripathi is in trouble with the CBI seeking sanction to prosecute him in connection with corruption charges arising out of a coal scam case. Tripathi, a 1985-batch officer, is presently chairman-cum-managing ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

India, Oman calls for cooperation in trade, investment

[Oman], Feb 12 (ANI): India and Oman called for a greater cooperation in trade and investment and underlined the on-going transformation of both the countries' economies. The two sides directed their finance and trade ministers to work together to find ways ...
 Sify6 days ago
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Oman visit will impart 'substantial momentum' to ties, says Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said his visit to Oman and talks with the oil-rich Gulf nations top leadership will impart a "substantial momentum" to all spheres of bilateral ties. "This Oman visit is one I will cherish for a long time to come," Modi ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago EXCLUSIVE: I don't waste time thinking about elections, says PM Modi  DNA1 month ago
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'At least 100 tonnes of gold can be mined a year in India'

While the gold policy covers every aspect, from sourcing gold to trading and investing in it, experts assert that the policy is incomplete if mining of gold in India isn't promoted. The issue of gold mining has made it to the policy makers’ table for the first time.   The reason, according to sources, is that Department of Economic Affairs is considering a proposal to promote domestic gold mining as part of the comprehensive gold policy that is being finalised. It could not be ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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