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Punjabi satirist Hari Singh Dilbar battling with cancer, gets ...

Battling with head cancer and having lost one eye due to lack of treatment, Punjabi satirist Hari Singh Dilbar (85), known for his four- and six-line poems in literary circles, is preparing for the Republic Day kavi sammelan at the historic Red Fort ... Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
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'Navjivan' to open cafe, portal to spread Gandhian ideology

resent Gandhian ideology in a modern way, Mahatma Gandhi-founded publication house Navjivan Trust will open an art gallery, cafeteria and a centre for sustainable development here. Gujarat Chief Minster Anandi Patel will inaugurate the art gallery, ...
 Business Standard India7 hours ago Navjivan Trust to open cafe, portal to spread Gandhian ideology  Business Standard India1 hour ago
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Rear view: Lost in Lanka

Rajiv Gandhi's Colombo policy was flawed. It turned both Tamils and Sinhalese against New Delhi and dented the image of the Indian army. By the middle of 1987, Rajiv Gandhi was besieged by many domestic problems of extreme gravity. Yet he decided ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Punjabi satirist Dilbar fights cancer, official apathy

SIRSA: "Khan ne dende jo kuch khan nu dil kerda, sir wich si cancer da foda (they don't let me eat what I want because a have cancerous tumour in my head)". When Hari Singh Dilbar started his poem with this line and soon led the audience on a laugh ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Kailash Satyarthi, Manjul Bhargava to receive honorary degrees at Panjab University convocation

CHANDIGARH: Noble Peace Prize Laureate (2014) Kailash Satyarthi and Fields Medal winner (2014) Manjul Bhargava will receive their respective honorary degrees of Panjab University from President Pranab Mukherjee at the PU convocation on March 14. PU ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Numaish: biggest, most inexpensive entertainer

His Exalted Highness the Nizam, who declared open the Hyderabad Industrial Exhibition on February 22, 1940, is seen along with the Princes, Princesses and other staff after the opening ceremony on the footsteps of the newly constructed Exhibition ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Rear View: How Rajiv had a great fall

Like the Bourbons, Rajiv Gandhi learnt nothing and unlearnt nothing from his mistakes. Instead, he went on compounding them disastrously. Shaken by the consequences of his policy of simultaneously appeasing both Hindu and Muslim bigots (The era ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

Gaurav Samman for Kaul

Excelsior Correspondent New Delhi, Dec 25 : Dalip K.Kaul, a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) was awarded Gaurav Samman by the Kashmiri Samiti here today. It was yet another feather in the cap of the young ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

SAIL seeks panel's views

Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL) has requested the administrative Ministry of Steel to seek the opinion of a committee of secretaries regarding its obligation to pay excise duty on steel already sold by it and proceeds forwarded to the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

President to deliver convocation address at PU on March 14

President Pranab Mukherjee will visit Panjab University (PU) to deliver convocation address during the 64th annual convocation at the university on March 14. Mukherjee will be the fifth President to deliver the convocation address at the ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
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