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PM Modi writes heart-warming letter to Swacch Bharat hero Prachi Deshpande
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PM Modi writes heart-warming letter to Swacch Bharat hero Prac...

Recently, PM Narendra Modi made a good Samaritan’s day when he replied to her and praised her efforts in keeping India clean. Mission Swachh Bharat is close to PM Modi’s heart and he keeps an eye out for any endeavours in that field. Prachi B ... DNA, 1 month ago
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'You may not have won the final but you've won 1.25 billion Indian hearts'

Don't feel burdened by World Cup defeat: PM to Women's cricket team IMAGE: The Indian women's team have been felicitated through the week since their return from the World Cup on Wednesday. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his monthly radio show, has advised the Indian women's cricket team not to feel burdened by the World Cup final defeat since they had backing of the nation. India ended runner-up at the prestigious ICC event after losing the final ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Possessing this quality bowling line-up augurs well for Team India  Rediff.com3 days ago 'Tenacious' India women's team get all round applause  Rediff.com2 months ago
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The role Bangladesh played in India's change of heart about the Rohingya crisis

India is trying to put "pressure bilaterally and multilaterally on Myanmar to stop persecution on ethnic minority Rohingya Muslims", the office of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina claimed Friday after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj made a ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Rohingyas' deportation damages idea of India  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Saina crashes out of World Championship, brings home bronze

Saina Nehwal’s impressive run at the World Championship came to an end after a heart-breaking loss against Rio Olympics bronze medallist Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in the women's singles semi-finals in Glasgow on Saturday. Saina pockets a bronze following this effort. Saina, who had won a silver medal two years ago at Jakarta, gave everything in a battle of attrition but Okuhara's never-say-die attitude helped her to outmanoeuvre the Indian in an energy-sapping sem-ifinal clash at the ...
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India's top climber graces a new type of adventure sport!

India’s ace rock-climber and Red Bull athlete Tuhin Satarkar, was seen egging on the participants at the 3rd Edition of Red Bull Jod Ke Tod as curtains were drawn on a sensational note as Sarvajanik Ganeshoutsav Mandal & Parle Sports Club were crowned men’s and women’s champions with timings of 16.84 seconds (men’s category) & 19.83 seconds (women’s category). The 2017 edition of the event that went on from July 29 to August 6 at the MET, Bandra, Mumbai, ...
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Pak PM blames India in I-Day address for impasse in ties

Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday blamed India for the impasse in bilateral ties, saying New Delhi’s “expansionist designs” was the “main hurdle” in constructive relations between the two neighbours. IMAGE: Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said Pakistan “desires positive and constructive” relations with all countries based on sovereign equality. Photograph: Caren ...
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Will ISL inspire youth to take up football as career?

IMAGE: Nita Ambani said that ISL had ‘rekindled’ love for the beautiful game in India The ISL 2017 witnessed a spike of over 103 per cent in domestic players' salary as compared to the inaugural year, as the 10 clubs together spent  48.85 crore on Sunday to secure signatures of 156 players in the player draft in Mumbai. The Indian Super League 2014 player draft, the first ever draft held in India, saw  24 crore being spent by eight clubs. Anas Edathodika and ...
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Why KL Rahul is nervous

‘The body is still very unsure and it keeps holding me back every time’ IMAGE: India's KL Rahul reacts. Photograph: Getty Images. Making a comeback from a shoulder injury, India opener K L Rahul is ‘still very nervous’ and his body is still ‘very unsure’ four days before the start of the three-Test series against Sri Lanka. "I am still very nervous. The body is still very unsure and it keeps holding me back every time. That's the biggest challenge ...
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Hindu youth’s heart beats in Muslim man

A 36-year-old Muslim man from Anand got a new lease of life on Thursday when a 21-year-old brain-dead patient’s heart was transplanted to him at CIMS hospital in Ahmedabad. This was the third live heart transplant in the state, according to doctors. The ...
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On the anvil: IndiGo 2.0 with low-cost Air India

At the heart of the strategy is the basic fundamental of keeping costs for long-haul flights low. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. A philosophical Rakesh Gangwal -- a veteran at running international airlines -- invoked Shakespeare, cited the example of five international carriers to justify the case for acquiring Air India’s international business through which IndiGo wants to foray into long-haul, low-cost operations. At the heart of it was the basic fundamental of keeping ...
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